Terry Irwin

Residing in Norwood, Ohio, he's been a horror fanatic for almost as long as he's been taking in oxygen. His writing has rent and ravaged the Internet zine scene over the past few years, leaving behind delighted readers craving more. Notable e-zine appearances include: Horrorfind; The Wild Clown Chronicle; Short, Scary Tales; DeathGrip; House of Pain; Dreadful Dreams and Infernal.

His story "Angel Killer" appears in the paperback COLD STORAGE: anthology of the undead. COLD STORAGE includes an introduction by horror professional Graham Masterton, author of THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. Horns has writing featured in PEEP SHOW issue 2, and THE TRIDENT: The Journal of The Legion of Loki-both of which are print publications. Future projects include the proposed series of EXIT THE LIGHT books with author and friend Walt Hicks.
http://www.exitthelight.com or http://members.tripod.com/~hornshorror/diabolic.asp

Titles Available from Horns

Herman Melville said it best when he proclaimed that every path eventually leads to the sea. For it is the sea that holds our most sacred and terrifying fears, yet it also holds a glorious mysticism over us as a race, an attraction so strong that most of us flock to beaches, river banks, creeks, and lakes at every opportunity to stare out into the vast blueness and wonder: what's out there?

Take my hand, Dear Reader, and swim with me through this journey of sixteen tales of watery terror. As we swim, if something reaches out of the darkness and gropes for your ankle, if something pulls you deeper into the depths of liquid madness, if your breath is stolen from you and you find yourself inhaling nothing but muddied water... do not fear, for it is just the ocean reclaiming what is already hers: your soul.

Here is a collection of stories for those of you who shudder at the thought of gulping down one more of Aunt Ida's "famous" cookies, who dread facing another interminable discourse from Uncle Earl about pig farm economics. If the first few notes of "Away in a Manger" cause you to grab something sharp and look around frantically for an eye to stab it in this book was written for you.
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