my first published micro fiction piece – “The Baobab” in POPCORN HORROR PRESENTS 100 WORDS OR LESS HORROR STORIES August 2013, anthology available on Amazon
“The Other Child” in UGLY BABIES: the Anthology available on Amazon and Smashwords
“Wooden Lips” in Cellar Door: Words of Beauty, Tales of Terror Vol II available on Amazon
micro-fiction piece “Fireworks” in OFF THE KUF: Volume II available on Amazon
a reprint of “The Other Child” and “The Old Man’s Tree” in BLOOD REIGN LIT MAG Available on Smashwords
“Diaries of Bones” in Bones II available on Amazon
A reprint of “The Other Child” in The Sirens Call – Issue #13 – Women in Horror (Second Annual Edition)
a microfiction piece, “Deep” in Blood Reign Lit Magazine February 2014 special Valentines Day edition available on Smashwords
“Kitsune” in Amok: An Anthology of Asia-Pacific Speculative Fiction available on Amazon
“The Fairest” in Dark Fairy Tales Revisited available on amazon and lulu
my book, 100 Nightmares by K.Z. Morano, is now available on Amazon.com– link HERE. Google Play — HERE
also on Lulu — HERE and Smashwords — HERE
LIKE 100 Nightmares Facebook page here
one short untitled poem in Picture it & Write a charity anthology for The Girl Effect available on Amazon
“The Hole in Her Soul” in Demonic Possession. Available on Amazon
JWK Fiction Best of Horror 2013 featuring my story “Wooden Lips” from Cellar Door II.
“Hitchhiker” in Bones III available on amazon
“They Died Laughing” in Floppy Shoes Apocalypse available on Amazon
A reprint of my coming-of-age body horror story, “The Jorōgumo’s Daughter” in A Shadow of Autumn
“Watch Me” in Toybox a horror tale about the Chatter Telephone
A reprint of my story, “Hitchhiker” in Bad Neighborhood– a splatterpunk collection.
MORE ANTHOLOGIES TO COME THIS 201 6 SO STAY TUNED!!
Hi Kz, great news about popcorn horror, onwards and upwards. take care and keep at it.
thank you 🙂
Your ‘About me’ list is fascinating, especially that your energy peaks at night. Mine too, which is why my observatory job is so good for me. If you’d like to read a love story for the ages, check out A Soldier of the Great War by Mark Helprin. (Don’t be put off by the title.) I think you’ll add Allesandro and Ariane to your list when you’re done.
thanks for the recommendation. been a while since i’ve read a great love story 🙂