Writer’s Cramp authors picked up by The Harrow


(Toronto, November 18, 2008) — The murky and miasmal Southern Ontario town of Cobston is spreading its curse across North America one reader at a time. This ghoul-haunted community has suffered through its curse in near anonymity for nearly a century but that’s all changed now that The Harrow, an online literary magazine devoted to the outré and supernatural, has been publishing as long as Writer’s Cramp and sometimes our paths cross.

The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror, has actually turned WC editor Robert Liberty on to some of the writers who are still among WC’s core contributor family, and Writer’s Cramp has contributed both authors and works of fiction and poetry to The Harrow over the years.

However, this is the first time an entire Mythos has been transplanted, so to speak, from the pages of Writer’s Cramp to the prestigious pages of The Harrow. We’d like to thank section editors Michael R. Colangelo, and Jason D Nolan, and of course Publisher and Founder, Dru Pagliassotti, California Lutheran University, for the reciprocal honor of featuring the Cobston/Aldwych Mythos.

Please visit The Harrow for its wonderful content, but while you’re there, don’t forget to read, the very first story in the series, Nourishment for the Dead, by Frank Thayer; and return in December and January for, Cemetery Dance and Piper’s Dues, by Robert G Liberty. You may also want to look up these excellent pieces by Writer’s Cramp Editor, Robert Liberty; The Rim Walker, The Tell Tale Heart - Next Street Over, Bones, The House at Graves End, Aldwych Wood and Little Death.

And please don’t forget the Christmas Special of Writer’s Cramp coming this December. Enjoy