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My first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures, Hippocampus Press, will be out of print soon. Copies are still currently available on Amazon or the Hippocampus site. This book contains the story “How Bria Died,” which appeared also in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best … Continue reading

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“Quest for Sadness” from ‘Seven Deadly Pleasures.’

The third story in the ‘Seven Deadly Pleasures’ collection is surely the creepiest, titled “Quest for Sadness.’ Though the tale went through multiple drafts, it was pretty much completed after the first run, written over the span of one snow … Continue reading

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“The Clever Mask” from Seven Deadly Pleasures”

The story that appears in the two-hole in my first collection is titled “The Clever Mask.” This was the first horror story to get accepted anywhere long before I put Seven Deadly together, and it has a nifty little story … Continue reading

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Literature Tips: Nicholas Fisher

Hey World! I am on Twitter now as “Michael Aronovitz” and also my young adult fiction author’s pseudonym “Nicholas Fisher.” I am in that wonderful position where I have a novel coming out through both personas in the next few … Continue reading

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Announcement Page for new YA Novel

The folks at Vinspire Press have developed an awesome announcement page for my first young adult novel, titled ‘Becky’s Kiss’ that I plan to show soon. The release date for the book is at the end of this November and … Continue reading

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Nice Review of ‘Witch’

A short blog entry today! I saw a nice review of my 2nd (and latest) novel ‘The Witch of the Wood.’ This came out fairly recently, and I wanted to share! http://thisdarkmatter.com/reviews/witch-wood-michael-aronovitz/

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“Dead Red” is Rockin’

My latest endeavor ‘Dead Red’ has passed the 100 page mark, and I am at the place where the piece is almost writing itself. I am hoping it will be a good follow-up to ‘Phantom Effect,’ that which comes out … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ken Bingham

My Note: I have known Ken Bingham for twenty-three years now and he is one of my dearest friends. He is a Professor at Drexel University, a creative writing instructor for The University of the Arts, a novelist, playwright, theatrical … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Erin Thorne

My Note: Erin is plainly one of the most exciting current writers of weird fiction. I was pleased to receive a response from her on Facebook a few years ago when I designed the site to attract fellow writers, editors, … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Jason Brock

My Note: I have known Jason for better than four years now, and he is a living example of a Renaissance Man. A pioneer in film, music, authoring, and editing, Jason is a force in the world of weird fiction … Continue reading

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