My true crime poetry collection INTO THE FOREST AND ALL THE WAY THROUGH has made the Preliminary Ballot for the 2020 Bram Stoker Awards® for the poetry collection category.
INTO THE FOREST AND ALL THE WAY THROUGH is a collection of true crime poetry that explores the cases of over one hundred missing and murdered women in the United States.
Additionally, my essay I NEED TO BELIEVE has made the Preliminary Ballot for the 2020 Bram Stoker Awards® for the short non-fiction category.
I NEED TO BELIEVE is an essay that explores a lifelong exploration and investigation into the occult, supernatural, and the paranormal in order to find meaning in life.
You can read I NEED TO BELIEVE at the Southwest Review here.
This is just one step in the process and only works on the final ballot can be called Bram Stoker Awards® nominees.
Regardless, I am thankful and grateful for this recognition from my writing peers.
The final ballot will be announced February 23rd.
The 2020 Bram Stoker Awards® Preliminary Ballot can be found here.