"Andy," Barren Magazine Issue No. 8
"Hibernaculum," Black Bough Poetry Issue 1 (Broadside 13, pg. 15)
The Apparitions project, a collection of poetry and short prose that, despite its title, is not about ghosts, is out for publication with multiple publishers, and I hope to have some real news to share by the end of the summer. I am also continuing work on the anthology about the lives and experiences of children detained at the U.S.-Mexico border, which I was asked to co-edit and contribute a piece to. I hope to have some news about that by the end of the summer as well. I also have at least two poetry publications on deck, one of which is with a long-coveted bucket-list dream publisher of mine, so I will be stoked to share more when they are published this summer!
|Filming for a new Travel Channel program in Baraboo, Wisconsin.|
I was also proud to see that the Scary Stories documentary finally became available on Amazon Prime Video and other streaming services, following a limited theatrical release in select cities. Unfortunately, because of a last-minute title change from Scary Stories: A Documentary to simply Scary Stories, there has been some confusion over whether or not the documentary is actually the upcoming Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark horror movie. ...If you have the chance to leave a positive review for the documentary on Amazon, please do. I know the director Cody Meirick, who put five years of love into making it, would truly appreciate it.
As always, Season 2 and Season 3 of The R.I.P. Files are also available on Amazon Prime Video. Season 2 has been airing again on Really TV and continues to stream on UKTV Play, and is also streaming on Pluto TV's Conspiracy Channel.
The Scary Stories documentary will be coming to DVD this summer, prior to the release of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie. Jonathan and I spent some time in Baraboo, Wisconsin this spring filming for a new Travel Channel program that will hopefully air this fall or winter. I spoke on the topic of Native American burial mounds in and around Wisconsin, and we shared some ghostlore from the Baraboo area. So far my list of confirmed fall appearances is otherwise light, but I hope to (and suspect that I will) be adding more soon:
Thank you all for continuing to share in this journey with me. Explore more, keep creating, and Happy Hauntings, everyone!