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Bloody Beach Readalong...I_ReadPastMyBedtime
Readalong participants dig into Christa Carmen, Ania Ahlborn, & Cameron Roubique

"That's What She Read" April Wrap-Up
@Lady_Gagnon includes #SBSB in her April reviews
HorrorAddicts.net, 164
Excerpt, Christa Carmen’s “This Our Angry Train”
Stu Bryer | WICH AM 1310
Stu Bryer interviews Christa Carmen & Tom Greaney

Ben Walker interviews Christa Carmen
Citywide Blackout
Talking with Author Christa Carmen at Rhode Island Comic Con

Studio Ablisteaso
Rhode Island ComicCon 2018! Artists, writers, cosplayers, Christa Carmen, clowns, superheroes, and more!
Unnerving Podcast EP019
Halloween Special with Stephen Graham Jones, Jessica McHugh, Christa Carmen, Brent Kelley, and more!
Necrocasticon Podcast Vol. 4 Chapter 19
Tom Clark interviews Christa Carmen about Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked
Losing the Plot Podcast
Leo X Robertson & Christa Carmen talk writing stories, going to conventions, and the subjectivity of horror!
Arm Cast Podcast – Episode 230
Host Armand Rosamilia chats with Christa Carmen
Write To Survive Podcast Episode 22:
Scratching The Writing Itch feat. Christa Carmen

NECON 38 Panel
The Spark: What Inspires a Great Short Story?

Readercon Group Reading
The New American Bizarrerie
"No Trespassing"
Dead Oaks' Horror Anthology Podcast
Jiffy-pop and Horror Blogcast Episode #003
Unnerving publisher Eddie Generous talks to Christa Carmen about books, Rocky, and the Stanley Hotel.
"The Girl Who Loved Bruce Campbell"
Horror Hill, Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
The Simply Scary Podcast Network

Peculiar Publications Perusal
Ben Walker reviews Unnerving Magazine Issue #5
"Liquid Handcuffs"
Tales to Terrify

Groton Public Library Opioid Crisis Series,
Opioid Panel Discussion with Community Speaks Out

Ghosts, Saints, & Faeries
Artists' Cooperative Gallery of Westerly, RI

"Episode 2, Heroin Epidemic Series"
Books and Things with Tom Santos

"Shine a Light on Heroin"
Art Now and Here

"For the Record, with Shawn Murphy"
WPXQ-TV, ION Television Network

Book Showcase

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Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked
"Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked"

A young woman's fears regarding the gruesome photos appearing on her cell phone prove justified in a ghastly and unexpected way. A chainsaw-wielding Evil Dead fan defends herself against a trio of undead intruders. A bride-to-be comes to wish that the door between the physical and spiritual worlds had stayed shut on All Hallows' Eve. A lone passenger on a midnight train finds that the engineer has rerouted them toward a past she'd prefer to forget. A mother abandons a life she no longer recognizes as her own to walk up a mysterious staircase in the woods.

In her debut collection, Christa Carmen combines horror, charm, humor, and social critique to shape thirteen haunting, harrowing narratives of women struggling with both otherworldly and real-world problems. From grief, substance abuse, and mental health disorders, to a post-apocalyptic exodus, a seemingly sinister babysitter with unusual motivations, and a group of pesky ex-boyfriends who won’t stay dead, Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is a compelling exploration of horrors both supernatural and psychological, and an undeniable affirmation of Carmen’s flair for short fiction.

Available now from Unnerving, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

Anthology Showcase

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An anthology edited by Mark Matthews, published by Wicked Run Press.

Why do we crave that which is killing us?
Addiction is the perpetual epidemic, where swarms of human moths flutter to the flames of hell. Because that warm blanket of a heroin high, that joyful intoxication of a pint of vodka, that electric energy from a line of cocaine, over time leaves you with a cold loneliness and a bitter heart. Relationships destroyed, bodies deteriorate, loved ones lost, yet the craving continues for that which is killing us-living, as the title suggests, like an Orphan of Bliss. Welcome to the third and final fix of addiction horror and the follow up to the Shirley Jackson Award Finalist, Lullabies For Suffering. A diverse table of contents brought together for an explosive grand finale-an unflinching look at the insidious nature of addiction, told with searing honesty but compassion for those who suffer.

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