haunts, and strange happenings abound in Pennsylvania's Laurel
Highlands. They are found in museums, theaters, schools, and homes.
Travel the back roads of these foothills to the mountains of
Pennsylvania at your own risk.
Seventy-six writers connected to the Seton Hill University Writing
Popular Fiction program have created a multi-genre charity anthology
entitled Hazard Yet Forward. All proceeds from this project will benefit
Donna Munro, a 2004 graduate of the program. Munro, a teacher living in
St. Louis, Missouri, was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
represented in the book range from horror to romance to mystery - and
everything in between. Some of the notable writers in the anthology are
World Fantasy Award winner Nalo Hopkinson, Bram Stoker winners Michael
A. Arnzen and Michael Knost, Bram Stoker nominees Lawrence C. Connolly
and John Edward Lawson, ALA/YALSA Best Book for Young Adults winner
Jessica Warman, Rita finalist Dana Marton, Spur award winner Meg Mims,
Asimov's Reader's Award winner Timons Esaias, Rhysling Award nominee K.
Ceres Wright, and WV Arts and Humanities literary fellowships winner,
Geoffrey Cameron Fuller.
Look for my short story in this anthology, "Sasquatch."