I am a writer and small press publisher (James Ward Kirk Publishing). I have a Master's in English from Indiana University at Indianapolis. I live in Indianapolis with my wife of twenty-three years and a mean Chihuahua.
Three mercenaries, Grim, Gray and Thoreld, are on the run from an ancient evil and in their wake prophecies crumble and long dormant conflicts resurface. The Failing God is the first part in a five novel epic dark fantasy series
“The Failing God is an outstanding epic fantasy, highly recommended.” – Fantasywereld.nl
Sex, Drugs & Horror is an all-out assault on the senses. Everything—from Splatterpunk to Horror Erotica will find a home here. This one is not for the squeamish or prudish. Filled with chills and thrills, this anthology will not disappoint!
Songs for the Raven” investigates the human condition, trying to establish a literary approach to horror by bringing together stories and poetry that show us thoughtful perspectives of the painful truths that humanity tries to hide from itself, the deep, subconscious currents that run through our collective minds.
Fresh Fear is an eclectic collection of the very best horror fiction from across the world. Dare you to read it! Switch the phone off, make yourself comfortable, and prepare for a trip to the darkest depths and most shadowed recesses of the human imagination.
There’s nothing quite like the birth of a child. Children are born in our likenesses... we treasure their beauty, their innocence, and marvel as they take their first breaths outside of their mother’s womb. In a perfect world, babies are miracles. But as we know, the world is not always perfect.
As with many writers who experienced challenging childhoods, Scathe meic Beorh has, with Children & Other Wicked Things, written, using heavy metaphor, of the horrors (and surprising joys) of growing up in the late 20th century. Today he serves as contributing editor for the atmospheric horror periodical Haunted Magazine.
Welcome to the Indiana Science Fiction Anthology 2011. Here you will find some of the best science fiction by today’s Indiana writers. Discover worlds where alien insemination happens more often than you think. Find planets where frogs rule and love wins every time.
Guilt. Butterflies. Murder. Sex. Archangels. How insane can one brain be? Find out by reading the stories of Francis, Pandora, Joe, Mrs. Applebee, Able and Engelbert. Who is the voice behind the poetry? Enjoy yourself with this anthology of short stories and poetry by the author of "The Butterfly Killer" and the publisher/editor of the Indiana Horror, Science Fiction and Crime anthologies.
It may seem you've left Indiana, but look again. Some of it is strangely familiar, some of it exceeds your wildest imagination. The future is right around the corner and numerous authors give you their visions in this Indiana Science Fiction Anthology for 2012.
This anthology contains poetry, flash fiction and short stories from Indiana authors and stories situated in Indiana.
Donald White begins his story with some bad writing--on purpose. When the real story starts, hold onto your hats. The plot and its protagonist are perfectly outlined in one simple sentence: "A roach crawled across his arm rest, and he knocked it to the floor." The story is chock full of metaphor. The title of this review is a reference to this. When was the last time you looked into a mirror? I mean, really looked? Donald White delivers. [[ASIN:1470123851 Indiana Horror 2012]