Relics & Remains

You might remember me posting a few years ago about editing an anthology entitled, Relics & Remains. After dozens of emails, talking with various publishers and basically never thinking this incredibly awesome anthology would dig itself out of its grave, I’m pleased to announce Relics & Remains has been picked up by E-Volve Books (Naked Snake Press). Below are the almost, long-forgotten details.

Table of Contents

Good For What Ails Ya by Mike Oliveri 

Many Faces by Wrath James White 

Centuries of Torment by Adam P. Lewis 

The Black Diamond by Michael Laimo 

Caroline’s Playhouse by Dean Harrison 

The Painter by Deborah LeBlanc 

Rachel Alhazred’s Tablet by Steven L. Shrewsbury 

Adrift by Dora Machado 

Monkey Paw 2.0 by Tim Deal 

Pickin’ & Grinin’ by Thomas A. Erb 

Whispers at the End of Creation by Maurice Broaddus 

Nailed by John Everson 

“Chomp” A Cautionary Tale by Jeff Strand

Synopsis

People have always been fascinated about the past. Some even going to great lengths to uncover what’s taken place long ago. But sometimes when people venture into locations that aren’t suitable for the living, bad things can happen. 

That’s when these self-proclaimed explorers start to unearth strange looking, ancient artifacts and the cursed remains of the once-living. 

They think they’re going to be rich and famous. 

But, that might just be the furthest from the truth. 

To them, taking that risk is what it’s all about…until things start to go wrong. 

So, for those of you into ‘finding’ strange things, here’s some words of advice… 

Proceed with caution when digging up someone else’s Relics & Remains.

Relics & Remains will be released around Halloween 2012 in Trade Paperback and eBook.

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