Cover Reveal for the Re-Issue of Michael West Novel The Wide Game!

For Immediate Release May 24, 2013

Cover Reveal for the Re-Issue of Michael West Novel The Wide Game!

Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new cover art from the award-winning Matthew Perry for the re-issue of Michael West's The Wide Game, a Harmony, Indiana Novel! The 2nd edition of The Wide Game was edited by Amanda DeBord and joins other novels from West such as Cinema of Shadows and Spook House in taking horror fans into the fascinating and often dangerous realm of Harmony, Indiana. In The Wide Game, Paul Rice, on the advice of his wife, is making plans to attend his 10th year High School reunion.  Returning to his boyhood home of Harmony, Indiana, he finds that he is still haunted by memories of that time–memories of Deidra, his first love, and memories of the Wide Game.  It was ten years ago that Paul and his friends watched their day of fun become a race for their lives, a fight for their very souls.
Now, as he meets the survivors of that day once more, Paul makes a chilling discovery: the incomprehensible forces that toyed with them have yet to finish playing their own game.
Originally published in trade paperback by Graveside Tales, The Wide Game was the first Harmony, Indiana novel released, but has never before been made available in hardcover and eBook formats.  Michael recently commented on the re-release, and the expanded availability in more formats. "The Wide Game was my first novel, and it holds a special place in my heart and the hearts of all my faithful readers everywhere.  This is something they have been requesting for years!  Not a day goes by without messages and emails asking me when The Wide Game would be available as an eBook.  Still others have asked if it would ever be available in hardcover.  I am thrilled that Seventh Star Press will now be offering the work in both formats, and I hope that even more readers will now get to see how the Harmony, Indiana series all began." Michael is the critically-acclaimed author of Cinema of Shadows, Spook House, Skull Full of Kisses, and The Legacy of the Gods series. He lives and works in the Indianapolis area with his wife, their two children, their bird, Rodan, their turtle, Gamera, and their dog, King Seesar. He has made certain there are no cornfields near his home. The Wide Game will be released in trade paperback and eBook formats during the beginning of June, with a limited edition hardcover to follow. For further information on The Wide Game and Michael West's other releases, please visit the author's site at www.bymichaelwest.com or Seventh Star Press at www.seventhstarpress.com     Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky  

Cover Reveal of J.L. Mulvihill’s New Steampunk Novel,The Boxcar Baby!

For Immediate Release May 22, 2013 Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new cover art from the award-winning Matthew Perry for J.L. Mulvihill's The Boxcar Baby, which kicks off an exciting new steampunk series, Steel Roots! Edited by Amanda DeBord, The Boxcar Baby introduces steampunk readers to AB'Gale Steel. Born in a boxcar on a train bound for Georgia. At least that is what Papa Steel always told AB'Gale. But now, fifteen years later, the man who adopted and raised her as his own is missing and it’s up to AB'Gale to find him. Aided only by a motley gang of friends, AB’Gale train hops her way across the United States in a desperate attempt to find her papa and put her life and family back the way it was. Her only guide is a map given to her by a mysterious hobo, with hand written clues she found hidden in her papa’s spyglass. Here is the Great American Adventure in an alternate steampunk dystopian world, where fifteen-year-old AB'Gale Steel learns that nothing is as it seems, but instead is shrouded in secrets and mysteries … and that monsters come in all shapes and forms. Born in Hollywood and raised in San Diego, CA, J.L. Mulvihill has made Mississippi her home for the past fifteen years. Her debut novel was the young adult title The Lost Daughter of Easa, an engaing fantasy novel bordering on science-fiction with a dash of steampunk, published through Kerlak Publishing. J.L. also has several short fiction pieces in publication, is very active with the writing community, and is the events coordinator for the Mississippi Chapter of Imagicopter known as the Magnolia-Tower. She is also a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Gulf Coast Writers Association (GCWA), The Mississippi Writers Guild (MWG), as well as the Arts Council of Clinton, and the Clinton Ink-Slingers Writing Group. The Boxcar Baby will be released in both print and eBook formats during the beginning of June. For further information on The Boxcar Baby and the Steel Roots series, please visit www.seventhstarpress.com       Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky

Four ’til Late Cover Reveal with Eric Garrison!

For immediate release May 21, 2013
Four 'til Late Cover Reveal With Eric Garrison
Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new cover art created by the award-winning Bonnie Wasson for Eric Garrison's novella Four 'til Late, the first book of the Road Ghosts Trilogy!
Edited by Joshua H. Leet, Four 'til Late will take readers who enjoy paranormal fiction along for a haunted road trip!  In Four 'til Late, amateur ghost hunter Brett and his friends Gonzo, Jimbo, and Liz are on a road trip with dangerous detours, dreadful dreams and dire warnings. But that won't keep them from reaching their goal: New Orleans. Along the way they discover that some spirits leave you with more than a hangover and regrets. Can they get there in one piece, or will they be stopped and rest in peace?
The bags are packed, the engine's running. Turn up the radio and get moving because the road ghosts are waiting, and it's Four 'til Late.
Eric Garrison lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife, stepdaughter, and, as he describes it, “an alarming number of cats.” A paranormal enthusiast and home brewer, Eric is the author of dark fantasy and science fiction novels including the Road Ghosts Trilogy (Seventh Star Press) and Reality Check (Hydra Publications).   Four 'til Late will be released in both print and eBook formats during the beginning of June.  For further information on Four 'til Late and the Road Ghosts Trilogy, please visit www.seventhstarpress.com
Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky

5 New SSP Anthologies: One Amazing Virtual Tour

Beginning tomorrow and running late into June, the SSP Anthology Extravaganza is going to be your introduction to five fantastic new anthologies from Seventh Star Press:  Southern Haunts (paranormal), The End Was Not the End (fantasy), Vampires Don't Sparkle (horror), Perfect Flaw (dystopian) and Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy (writing advice/speculative fiction theme). You will get to meet all kinds of wonderful authors and editors, with guest posts from many of the writers featured in these books, interviews, reviews, and more. Here is a list of all the activities on the calendar as of today!  Get ready for a big month of activity! (Schedule shows name of blog, type of activity, and the book being featured for that day)
Full Tour Schedule:  
May 16     Jay Wilburn Blog          Guest Post       (Southern Haunts)
May 16  MikesFilmTalk       Guest Post   (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 16    Armand Rosamilla, Horror Author     Guest Post (Perfect Flaw)
May 17     Laurie's Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews     Interview    (Southern Haunts)
May 17    Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews     Interview   (Perfect Flaw)
May 17    Come Selahway With Me    Guest Post  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 17    The Dan O’Brien Project   Guest Post  (The End Was Not the End)
May 18     The Dan O’Brien Project     Promo-Spotlight  (Southern Haunts)
May 18   A Girl and Her Kindle   Review (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 18   Ian’s Realm   Guest Post   (The End Was Not the End)
May 19   Angela Meadon Blog    Guest Post   (Perfect Flaw)
May 19   Strange Amusements    Review  (The End Was Not the End)
May 20     Book in the Bag          Review   (Southern Haunts)
May 20     The FlipSide of Julianne     Guest Post   (Guest Post)
May 20  Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews   Interview  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 21     Spellbound by Books     Excerpt  (Southern Haunts)
May 21  The Dan O’Brien Project   Guest Post  (Perfect Flaw)
May 21   Kentucky Geek Girl   Interview  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 22     Darlene’s Book Nook         Guest Post  (Southern Haunts)
May 22 Strange Amusements   Promo/Spotlight  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 22   Bookishly Me   Guest Post  (The End Was Not the End)
May 22   Ian's Realm   Guest Post  (Perfect Flaw)
May 23    Workaday Reads   Guest Post  (Perfect Flaw)
May 23  Book Den  Guest Post  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 23  Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews    Interview  (The End Was Not the End)
May 24   Books, Owls and Tea    Guest Post  (Perfect Flaw)
May 24  Beagle Book Space  Promo/Spotlight  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 24  I Read a Book Once   Review  (The End Was Not the End)
May 26     Kentucky Geek Girl     Interview  (Southern Haunts)
May 26 Armand Rosamilla, Horror Author   Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 27  Bookishly Me    Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 28  Spellbindings   Guest Post  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
May 28  A Haunted Head  Interview (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 29 Darlene’s Book Nook   Guest Post  (The End Was Not the End)
May 29   Book in the Bag    Interview  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
May 30    Darlene’s Book Nook      Guest Post  (Perfect Flaw)
May 30  The Cabin Goddess Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 31  WTF Are You Reading?   Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
May 31  Literary Meanderings   Interview (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 1      Babs Book Bistro     Excerpt  (Southern Haunts)
June 1  Readings Sunshine    Review  (Perfect Flaw)
June 1   The Witchy Contessa   Review  (The End Was Not the End)
June 1  Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews   Interview  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 2     Beagle Book Space  Promo-Spotlight  (Southern Haunts)
June 2  Kentucky Geek Girl   Promo-Spotlight  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 3     Reading Away the Days   Review  (Southern Haunts)
June 3  Book in the Bag   Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 3  Spellbindings       Guest Post   (The End Was Not the End)
June 3   The Witchy Contessa   Review  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 4  Jess Resides Here    Guest Post   (Perfect Flaw)
June 4  The Dan O’Brien Project  Guest Post  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 5  Book Reviews and More    Review   (Perfect Flaw)
June 5  Once Upon a Time   Guest Post  (The End Was Not the End)
June 5  The Cabin Goddess   Excerpt (Southern Haunts)
June 6  A Book Vacation     Guest Post  Perfect Flaw)
June 6    Beauty in Ruins   Review  (The End Was Not the End)
June 6  Come Selahway With Me   Interview  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 6  A Haunted Head   Guest Post (Southern Haunts)
June 7     Word to Dream s    Review  (Perfect Flaw)
June 7  Bee’s Knees Reviews   Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 7   I Read a Book Once  Review  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 8   The Witchy Contessa   Review  (Perfect Flaw)
June 10   Spellbindings   Guest Post (Southern Haunts)
June 10  WTF Are You Reading    Review  (Perfect Flaw)
June 10  Ali’s Bookshelf  Author Interview (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 11 Darlene’s Book Nook  Guest Post  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 11 Juniper Grove  Interview  (Southern Haunts)
June 12    Celticlady’s Reviews   Promo-Spotlight  (Southern Haunts)
June 12  Bookishly Me    Review  (Perfect Flaw)
June 12  Library Girl Reads and Reviews   Guest Post  (The End Was Not the End)
June 13    The Witchy Contessa    Review  (Southern Haunts)
June 13  Book Den  Guest Post  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 14   Urban Fantasy Reviews  Promo-Spotlight (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 14     Word to Dreams     Guest Post  (Southern Haunts)
June 14  Sweet Southern Home  Guest Post  (Perfect Flaw)
June 15  Bee’s Knees Reviews   Review  (The End Was Not the End)
June 15  The Dan O’Brien Project   Promo-Spotlight  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 16    I Smell Sheep    Guest Post  (Southern Haunts)
June 16   SpecMusicMuse    Review and Interview  (Perfect Flaw)
June 16  Jess Resides Here   Top Ten’s List  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 16  Once Upon a Time   Promo-Spotlight   (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 17     Bookishly Me     Review  (Southern Haunts)
June 17  Spellbindings   Guest Post   (Perfect Flaw)
June 17  The Witchy Contessa   Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 18  Recent Reads    Review  (Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy)
June 19     Recent Reads     Review  (Southern Haunts)
June 19  My Seryniti   Review  (Vampires Don’t Sparkle)
June 19   Come Selahway With Me   Guest Post  (The End Was Not the End)

Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy Available!

For Immediate Release April 22, 2013 Seventh Star Press is proud to announce that Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy is now available in eBook format, with print availability in trade paperback on Wednesday.  Featuring contributions from a sensational list of writers such as Neil Gaiman, Orson Scott Card, Kevin J. Anderson, Ursula K. Le Guin, Harry Turtledove, Joe Haldeman, and many other top names in genre fiction, Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy is a highly valuable contribution to the speculative fiction community developed by Bram Stoker Award-winning editor Michael Knost. Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy is a collection of essays and interviews by and with many of the movers-and-shakers in the industry. Each contributor covers the specific element of craft he or she excels in. Expect to find varying perspectives and viewpoints, which is why the reader will find many find differing opinions on any particular subject. It is a book with something to offer all levels of writers, from those seeking to get published for the first time to others who have numerous releases to their credit.   Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy features essays and interviews with: Neil Gaiman Orson Scott Card Ursula K. Le Guin Alan Dean Foster James Gunn Tim Powers Harry Turtledove Larry Niven Joe Haldeman Kevin J. Anderson Elizabeth Bear Jay Lake Nancy Kress George Zebrowski Pamela Sargent Mike Resnick Ellen Datlow James Patrick Kelly Jo Fletcher Stanley Schmidt Gordon Van Gelder Lou Anders Peter Crowther Ann VanderMeer John Joseph Adams Nick Mamatas Lucy A. Snyder Alethea Kontis Nisi Shawl Jude-Marie Green Nayad A. Monroe G. Cameron Fuller Jackie Gamber Amanda DeBord Max Miller Jason Sizemore This edition also features several original illustrations from award-winning artists Matthew Perry and Bonnie Wasson. In addition to their own illustrations, a special collaborative piece created by the two artists is featured in the book. Available by mid-week in trade paperback format, Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy is now available in eBook format for the Kindle and Nook at the following links for just $4.99

Amazon Kindle Amazon Kindle UK Nook

For further updates and information about Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy, please visit the Seventh Star Press site at: www.seventhstarpress.com       Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky

The End Was Not the End available now on Kindle and Nook!

We wanted everyone to know that The End Was Not the End: Post Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales, the new anthology from editor Joshua H. Leet, is now available on the Kindle and Nook for just $3.99!  Features 11 fanastical tales in a post-apocalyptic setting! Spread the word and pick up your copy today! Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/The-End-Was-Post-Apocalyptic-ebook/dp/B00C3ZWA58 Amazon Kindle UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-End-Was-Post-Apocalyptic-ebook/dp/B00C3ZWA58 Barnes and Noble Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-end-was-not-the-end-joshua-h-leet/1046366357?ean=2940016716923

Cover Reveal of The End Was Not the End Anthology

For Immediate Release March 28, 2013 SSP Proudly Announces Cover Reveal of The End Was Not the End Anthology Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the brand new cover art by the award-winning Bonnie Wasson for The End Was Not the End: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales, a fantasy-themed anthology from editor Joshua H. Leet. In regards to the theme of The End Was Not the End: Post Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales: Heroes prevail… usually. You sit close to a campfire, depending on its faint, flickering light to ward off the darkness. Yet the fire cannot hold back dark memories, thoughts of your fallen kingdom, of monsters across the land, of magic gone awry. Around fires like yours are seated other travelers, refugees from catastrophes none dare mention. Kings and queens huddle shoulder to shoulder with peasants, wizards share scraps with slaves, and each wishes only to be saved. Some will be lucky, for heroes yet remain in their lands. For others, hope was not among the provisions stuffed into a pack when fleeing home. Eventually the silence of the night grows too heavy, and someone speaks. They tell a tale of loss, of foolish pride and tragic mistake. With bravery stoked by company, others speak up, each sharing their own sorrows.  Before long, there are enough tales to fill a volume. The conversations continue through the night, and by the time dawn has filtered through the gnarled tree limbs, journeys must continue, and one by one, the strangers trudge away. Their worlds may have ended, but they have survived another night. They will continue on, seeking to rebuild upon the ruins of great dreams. Their stories linger upon the air, drifting into time like the smoke from their extinguished fires, fed only by faint embers. This book contains eleven stories set in worlds where an apocalypse has already come, but the characters you’ll read about aren’t quite ready for the end. The authors and stories featured in The End Was Not the End: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales include: Deedee Davies - "The Halls of War" Desmond Reddick - "Blood and Fire" Scott Sandridge - "Make Way for Utopia" Jay Wilburn - "Twenty Year Plan" Mandi M. Lynch - "Nightmares and Dragonscapes" Magda Knight -  "The Stone-Sword" William Ransom - "In the Hills Beyond Twilight" Steven S. Long - "Blade of Fire" Bill Blume - "Waist Deep" Darra L. Hofman - "Ben" Nathen Gallagher - "Story's End" The End Was Not the End: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales will be released in the first week of April in Trade Paperback and eBook formats. For further information and updates on The End Was Not the End: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales, please visit the Seventh Star Press site at www.seventhstarpress.com     Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky

Southern Haunts and Perfect Flaw Anthologies Available Today!

For Immediate Release March 20, 2013

Southern Haunts and Perfect Flaw Anthologies Now Available!

Seventh Star Press is proud to share the good news that two brand new anthologies, Southern Haunts: The Spirits That Walk Among Us, and Perfect Flaw, are now available in softcover, Kindle, and Nook formats! Southern Haunts: The Spirits That Walk Among Us is a wonderful new anthology from editors Alexander S. Brown and J.L. Mulvihill featuring 16 tales of ghosts and the paranormal. The book also features 16 illustrations from Robert. K and cover art by Enggar Adirasa. The list of stories and authors are as follows: Windsong Levitch – “Interview for a Ghost Hunter” H. David Blalock – “An Eclipse Over Elmwood” Richard Parks – “Sydney’s Cotton” Jason Hughes – “Ghost Road” Herika R. Raymer – “Cal’s Cutoff” Diane Ward – “The Shack” Roland Mannn – “Haints” L.S. Nadler – “You Will Come to Meet Your Demise” M.R. Williamson – “Hell’s Gate” William R. Eakin – “Maddness” Roman Merry – “Wellspring” Kalila Smith – “The Bequest” Miguel L. Viscarra – “The Cleansing” J.L. Mulvihill – “Bath 10″ Angela Lucius – “Nightmares at Moccasin Bend” Alexander S. Brown – “The Top Floor” The ebook version is just $3.99 and the direct links for the Kindle, Kindle UK, and Nook links are here: Southern Haunts: Kindle Version Southern Haunts: Kindle UK Version Southern Haunts: Nook Version The link to the softcover version on Amazon.com is: Southern Haunts: The Spirits That Walk Among UsSoftcover version on Amazon.com The second brand new release, Perfect Flaw, from editor Robin Blankenship, will satisfy those with a hunger for the dystopian, with 17 tales included! The book features cover art by Enggar Adirasa. The list of stories and authors are as follows: Leslie J Anderson – “Michael’s Gate” Jason Campagna – “Hope Unknown” Frank Roger – “Cracks in the Concrete” Mandi M. Lynch “Under a Pomegranate Sky” Shaun Avery – “The Job Hunter” Cathy Bryant – “Cost Benefit Analysis” Carolyn M. Chang – “Smilers” SC Langgle – “The Bird Below Ground” Delphine Boswell – “Tomorrow’s Children” Tanith Korravai – “Your Comfort is Important to Us” DeeDee Davies – “The Ultimate Sale” Ellen Brock – “Useless” Herika R. Raymer – “Seventh Degree” H David Blalock – “Guardian” H.S. Donnelly – “First Head” Jay Faulkner – “System Error” Michael O’Connor – “The Choosing” The eBook version is just $3.99 and the links for the Kindle, Kindle UK, and Nook links are here. Perfect Flaw: Kindle Version Perfect Flaw: Kindle UK Version Perfect Flaw: Nook Version The link to the softcover version on Amazon.com is: Perfect Flaw- Softcover version on Amazon.com   For further information on Seventh Star Press, please visit www.seventhstarpress.com   Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky  

Announcing Call for Submissions on New Faerie-themed Anthology from Editor Scott Sandridge

For Immediate Release March 15, 2013

Announcing Call for Submissions on New Faerie-themed Anthology from Editor Scott Sandridge

Seventh Star Press announces a call for entries on A Chimerical World: Tales of the Seelie Court/Tales of the Unseelie Court. Edited by Scott Sandridge, the anthology is planned for a special flipbook format which will feature tales fitting the Seelie Court on one half, and tales fitting the Unseelie Court on the other. Bring out the Fey!  Stories about the Sidhe? Sprites? Pixies? Boggans and Goblins? How about Gnomes? Looking for fictional stories involving the Fey Folk, both Seelie and Unseelie. From the campy to the deep and esoterical, from traditional faeries to the not-so-traditional (changeling kangaroos, anyone?), Western to Eastern, and perhaps even Martian! Stories should be between 2,000 and 10,000 words, and the final flipbook will feature approximately 11 stories per side. Residing in Ohio, editor and author Scott M. Sandridge’s first short story, “Treecutter,” was published in The Sword Review in July 2005. Since then, he’s gone on to publish over 26 more short stories, and over 60 reviews. He has also been a columnist for the Double-Edged Publishing webzines, a Submissions Editor for Ray Gun Revival, and the Managing Editor of Fear and Trembling. Scott is also an active blogger whose site can be found at: http://smsand.wordpress.com A Chimerical World: Tales of the Seelie Court/Tales of the Unseelie Court will be released in trade paperback and eBook formats in late 2013. The deadline for submissions is July 15, 2013, and full information on the anthology and submission guidelines can be found at http://www.seventhstarpress.com/submissions/     Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky

Cover Reveal of Southern Haunts Anthology

For Immediate Release March 7, 2013 SSP Proudly Announces Cover Reveal of Southern Haunts, Spirits That Walk Among Us Anthology Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the brand new cover art by Enggar Adirasa for Southern Haunts, Spirits That Walk Among Us, a paranormal-themed anthology from editors Alexander S. Brown and J.L. Mulvihill. From the shadowed realms of the paranormal comes 16 chilling tales that dwell in the South and South West. Resurrected in your very hands are stories that will make you laugh, ponder, and shiver as the reader is introduced to spirits that are humorous, saddened, and vengeful. From 16 authors, learn of haunted homes, buildings, landmarks and roads where restless entities from beyond the grave desire acknowledgement amongst the living. Become acquainted with the aftermath of an eclipse that awakens the dead in a Memphis cemetery, see what horrors dwell in the woods at Hell’s Gate, learn the dark secrets of Sidney’s Cotton, and dare to travel down Ghost Road. These and many other tales are sure to keep you awake as you are introduced to what makes the South and South West so unique…. History and GHOSTS!!!!! So, sit back, dim the lights and prepare yourself to face the spirits that walk among us. The authors and stories featured in Southern Haunts, Spirits That Walk Among Us include: Windsong Levitch - "Interview for a Ghost Hunter" H. David Blalock - "An Eclipse Over Elmwood" Richard Parks - "Sydney's Cotton" Jason Hughes - "Ghost Road" Herika R. Raymer - "Cal's Cutoff" Diane Ward - "The Shack" Roland Mannn - "Haints" L.S. Nadler - "You Will Come to Meet Your Demise" M.R. Williamson - "Hell's Gate" William R. Eakin - "Maddness" Roman Merry - "Wellspring" Kalila Smith - "The Bequest" Miguel L. Viscarra - "The Cleansing" J.L. Mulvihill - "Bath 10" Angela Lucius - "Nightmares at Moccasin Bend" Alexander S. Brown - "The Top Floor" In addition to the collection of short stories, Southern Haunts, Spirits That Walk Among Us also features a series of 16 interior illustrations created by artist Robert K.  Each of the illustrations was themed and paired with a particular story, creating a unique collection of artwork that resonates with the literature. Southern Haunts will be released towards the end of March in Trade Paperback and eBook formats. For further information and updates on Southern Haunts, please visit the Seventh Star Press site at www.seventhstarpress.com   Contact: C.C. James Public Relations, Seventh Star Press ccjames (at) seventhstarpress.com Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky