I just got the news that my short story "Like Father, Like Daughter" has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming Kayelle Press anthology Night Terrors. This anthology is slated for release in March of 2012.
"Like Father, Like Daughter" is a story about family secrets and what happens when the deepest, darkest secret is discovered. Something so egregious that death is the only answer. Only some people don't die.
I wrote this story a few years ago based on a painting by Jerrod Brown. The painting was divided into four parts, each of which was supposed to be the cover of a four volume anthology series. The idea was to write a horror story based on each quarter of the painting. I wrote four stories, and all of them were accepted, however the series was cancelled. "Like Father, Like Daughter" will mark the second of those stories to be published, the first, "A Night to Live Forever", having been published in Post Mortem Press' inaugural anthology Uncanny Allegories.
I'm proud of all four of those stories, and hope that the other two find their way into a magazine or anthology in the future. I may have to check out Jerrod's paintings when in need of inspiration.