Should children be seen with zombies? Should zombies be children? What kind of a demented mind would want such a thing to happen?
Horror on the Installment Plan’s premier issue wants to explore this theme in order to give you a few thrills, a few moments of fear, and perhaps even gross you out a bit!
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About the Author
Jim Musgrave is an author and college educator in San Diego, California. His recent non-fiction title, The Digital Scribe: a Writer’s Guide to Electronic Media (AP Professional, ISBN 0-12-512255-1) has been internationally published. He has a M.A. degree in Creative Writing from San Diego State University. He was awarded the “Ebook of the Year Award, 2001-2002” from Bookbooters.com for his thriller, Russian Wolves. In addition, Mr. Musgrave has finished as a Finalist in the New Century Writer Awards for his novel excerpt, Iron Maiden. Runner-Up in the $10,000 Annual Heekin Foundation Awards for New Fiction Writers (1994). He has published short fiction in many literary journals, including: San Diego Writer’s Monthly, Shroud Anthology Beneath the Surface, Stone Magazine, FirstDraft, Sniplits Audio Short Stories 2 Go, Back Channels, Pacific Review, California Quarterly and Cowles Mountain Journal. He has also been published at CIC Publishers with four novels: Sins of Darkness, Russian Wolves, Iron Maiden and Lucifer’s Wedding and a collection of short fiction, The President’s Parasite and Other Stories. Mr. Musgrave’s story, “Speculum” was an Honorable Mention in the Fog City Writer’s Awards, and “Turning the Law Wheel” was an Honorable Mention in the Cedar Hill Press Short Fiction Contest.