For those of you who have been eagerly awaiting the release of our next horror anthology: here it is!!
We are proud to bring you our next selection of horror short stories from some new writers. Some of these writers were featured in our world record anthology, Greatest Anthology Written. And Andi Hodgetts brings us Part 2 of Stonehurt, following the introduction to this scary tale from the first CEA Through the Dark Volume!
Here are the writers with their stories:
- Andi Hodgetts – Stonehurst Part 2
- Grannd Kane – The Dwarven Mask
- Dan Allen – Urges
- Robbie Jackson-Keenan – Gares End
- Alex C. Gates – Drowning
- Kevin Damen – Slumberless
- Macaylin Govender – Weird Book
- Duane Ratswander – The Rat Crisis
Feel free to visit our Horror Anthology page to see the collection, or visit the book’s page below:
Shaun M Jooste
Director: Celenic Earth Publications
Joint Owner: AIR Entertainment
Author, Screenwriter, Poet: Blog
GameWriter: Antreya Studios; PeaHead Games; Celenic Games Studios (coming soon)
About a month ago, we announced that our Anthology collections are available to view and submit for. We’ve had a vast amount of responses over the various genres. Our chart below shows just how active the submission requests have been over the various genres.
And with that we are pleased to announce that the horror anthology, CEA Through the Dark Volume 2 is complete with a full list of writers. The following writers are set to be featured in the upcoming anthology.
- Shaun M Jooste
- Andi Hodgetts
- Grannd Kane
- Macaylin Govender
- Dan Allen
- Kevin Damen
- Duane Ratswander
- Alex Gates
- A Christina Portillo
- Robbie Jackson-Keenan
We look forward to working with these horror writers and reading through their short stories. We have a tentative publishing date planned for April / May 2018, but will have a more concrete date closer to the time.
The fantasy anthology, CEA Past your Reality, almost has a complete roster of writers too, with only a few places left. We have opened team chat channels for the anthology so long as we prepare to start with the fantasy program.
If you would like to submit to any of the open anthologies, feel free to visit our submissions page. Also, visit our Twitter feed and Facebook page for further news.