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(pronounced Ko-Hane)
Dan is the Bram Stoker-nominated author of Plague of Darkness, Solomon’s Grave, and the critically-acclaimed Margaret's Ark. Writing as G. Daniel Gunn, he released Destroyer of Worlds and the novella (written with L.L.Soares) Nightmare in Greasepaint (Samhain Publishing),. His short stories have appeared in Cemetery Dance, Shroud Magazine, Apex Digest and many more. He and his family live in New England.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Christmas Trees & Monkeys Returning under New Publisher

Christmas Trees & Monkeys, Collected Horror Stories Volume 1 is now available from Crossroad Press. The publisher has acquired rights (providing we authors approve, of course) to Necon's line of titles. New contract has been signed, and CT&M is now available as ebook here (and other online outlets). This collection of my early horror stories is now being published under my G Daniel Gunn author name (where it makes more sense).

Again, check it out here: https://smile.amazon.com/Christmas-Trees-Monkeys-Daniel-Gunn-ebook/dp/B079ZKSG6M/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Pending news hopefully coming as well for the out of print (since Samhain went belly up) novella NIGHTMARE IN GREASEPAINT. More as I know it. Stay tuned!

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

New Devotional Page

I've recently been contributing to Next Level Church's Devotional page / email list, starting with a verse(s) and writing short discussions about what it means (or might mean) to all of us in today's world. It's been an extremely rewarding project, allowing me to share my writing along a new road (along, of course, with my fiction and film reviews). You can click "devotionals" on the sidebar menu or simply click here if you're interested.

Monday, February 05, 2018

L.L. Soares & I Review WINCHESTER (2018)

Lauran Soares and I go Knife to Knife with a Cinema Knife Fight review of the new horror film WINCHESTER (2018). Check out what we thought of the new big budget, Helen Mirren horror flick based on the most haunted house in America, the Winchester Estate.

Friday, February 02, 2018

New Review for A GHOST STORY (2017)

A GHOST STORY (2017) is not your average haunted house story. Aiming to answer the question: What is it like to be a ghost? we are drawn in to a beautiful, but slowly-paced, art film. As I say in the review, I hesitate to call it a horror film, but if you like you cinematic meals slow-cooked, this might be for you. Check it out at Cinema Knife Fight!