The Monster in the Web at the End of the Woods

I’m pleased to announce that I have a new story in the April 2012 Issue of Underneath the Juniper Tree, entitled The Web at the End of the Woods. There’s also an awesome illustration (see above) by the Filipino artist John Federis. You can read it here:

While my previous four stories in Juniper Tree have all been Mab Ipswich tales, this one is different. It’s set in Japan and is more straight up horror, and features an older, darker, more terrifying character of mine. It’s related, somewhat, to my in-progress YA novel Kumiko’s Web. And those of you who are fans of my Japanese Monsters entries will like this one, because it showcases what I think is the most terrifying Japanese monster of all time: the Jorogumo!

Read it and shiver!


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