From the press release:

BIRMINGHAM, UK, June 7, 2013 – Short, Scary Tales Publications (SST Publications) Owner, Paul Fry is very pleased to announce that award-winning author and editor, Nancy Kilpatrick, has joined Beware the Dark magazine as a regular columnist, effective immediately. In welcoming Nancy, Paul stated: “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Nancy to the team. Her talent and experience will be a great benefit to the magazine. I’m delighted to have her on board!”

About Nancy: “Nancy Kilpatrick is an award-winning author. She has published 18 novels, 1 non-fiction book, over 200 short stories (and 6 collections of stories), and has also edited 13 anthologies. In another life she wrote magazine and newspaper articles for major publications, and has done plenty of other odd work, like a stage play and radio scripts. Check out her website ( and join her on Facebook.”

Nancy says: “What a wonderful opportunity for me, to write for Short, Scary Tales. I tend to blog and carry on quite a bit on my personal Facebook wall, and now I have the luxury of wordage through this brand new magazine in which I can give my thoughts about the genres I love, horror and dark fantasy and the erotic elements that intersect with both. I’m delighted to be part of the team!”

SST Publications are an independent publisher focusing on publishing the best in horror and erotic horror fiction. We have published several books; our first title, Cold Storage included an introduction by legendary author Graham Masterton. Our most recent books include the erotic horror anthology Peep Show, Volume 2 and the debut dark, thriller novel Don’t Stand So Close by screenwriter/director Eric Red. We also published the classic erotic horror magazine Peep Show, and have recently launched our new horror fiction & dark art magazine Beware the Dark, which is a full-size (8.5 x 11 in), full-color interior, high-quality produced mag of between 60-90 pages bringing you the best dark and disturbing fiction and artwork. We publish our titles in multiple formats and they are distributed worldwide by Ingram, the world’s largest book distributor.


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