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About the author:
Bruce Memblatt is a native New Yorker. His stories have been featured in such publications as Aphellion, Short Story Me!, Bewildering Stories, The Horror Zine, The Dark Fiction Spotlight, Bending Spoons ,Strange Weird and Wonderful, Static Movement, Danse Macarbe, SNM Horror Magazine, The Piker Press, Pill Hill Publishing, Eastown Fiction, Short Story Me! 69 Flavors of Paranoia, Necrology Shorts, Suspense Magazine, Gypsy Shadow Publishing, Black Lantern Publishing, Death Head Grin, The Cynic Online The Feathertale Review and Yellow Mama, and many more.
His works published or scheduled to be published in anthology books include:
"The Police Station" in Twice The Terror: The Horror Zine from Bear Manor Media.
"Perseid," in Oh, the Horror from Static Movement.
"At Arm's Reach," in Dusted from Static Movement.
"An Eye for an Eye," in Madness of the Mind from Static Movement.
."Lenore and the E-Fly," in The Cedar Chest from Static Movement.
."The Children's Room" in Halloween Dances with the Dead from Whortleberry Press.
"Pandora's Surprise", in Pandora's Nightmare: The Horror Unleashed from Pill Hill Press.
"Eight Hundred Riverside Drive" in Trunk Stories from Static Movement.
"An Impression of a Life" in Literary Foray from Static Movement.
"The Product" in What Fear Becomes: The Horror Zine Volume Three.
"Intertwined," in A Means to an End from Post Mortem Press.
"The Police Station" by Bruce Memblatt is absorbing in its structure and sense of anticipation. What starts out like a police procedural, as two detectives interrogate a murder suspect, unexpectedly takes a creative twist into the supernatural.- Fangoria September 26, 2010
The Dark Jar
A collection of short stories by Bruce Memblatt
A collection of 17 short stories by Bruce Memblatt that are so smart, so daring, so clever, so scary and so much fun that you will never put them down!
Titles include: A Bottle for Sandra, Alien Dish, Almost Zombie, Music Man, Return, Bad to the Bone, Victim Number 13 and The Last Station, about which Fangoria wrote:
"The Last Station" by Bruce Memblatt is absorbing in its structure and sense of anticipation. What starts out like a police procedural, as two detectives interrogate a murder suspect, unexpectedly takes a creative twist into the supernatural."
- Publication Date:
- 1466370939 / 9781466370937
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Horror / General