Believe it or not, pizza horror is a thing, and it's serious. Lee's story "Demons from 1994" joins other hot-n'-ready works from authors like David James Keaton , Max Booth III, Betty Rocksteady, Cody Goodfellow, Jessica McHugh, Michael Paul Gonzalez, Brian Evenson, Joshua Chaplinsky, Amanda Hard, Sheri White & more.
Love fiction about strange events connected to film? Check out Lost Signals, which features Lee's story "Famous Last Words," in addition to tons of great work from exciting names in contemporary and speculative horror fiction from Brian Evenson, Gemma Files, Kelby Losack, Bob Pastorella, Brian Asman, Leigh Harlen, Dustin Katz, Andrew Novak, Betty Rocksteady, John C. Foster, Ashlee Scheuerman, Eugenia M. Triantafyllou, Kev Harrison, Thomas Joyce, Jessica McHugh, Kristi DeMeester, Izzy Lee, Chad Stroup, and David James Keaton.
Lee's grim short story "I Did it for the Art" is the only non-reprint in Word Horde's "Fright Into Flight," the debut anthology from Amber Fallon, in which women take wing. In these stories connected by the unifying thread of flight, authors including Damien Angelica Walters, Christine Morgan, and Nadia Bulkin have spread their wings and created terrifying visions of real life angels, mystical journeys, and the demons that lurk inside us all. Whether you like your horror quiet and chilling or more in-your-face and terrifying, there’s something here for every horror fan to enjoy.
Lee's first published work of fiction, "Tilberian Holiday," is in Wicked Witches, a spooky anthology (on witches, of course) from the New England Horror Writers.
New England has a rich, dark history with the supernatural. From this region many writers of dark fiction have fueled their stories. One chapter in history has been the stuff of legends and nightmares: the Witch. Look to ancient mythology or your next door neighbor and you will find them, practicing arts both Dark and Light.
The New England Horror Writers proudly present a new anthology which pays tribute to those whose ancestors were accused, hung, pressed, drowned, or burned at the stake.