Welcome to my official website. Here you’ll find my short fiction bibliography, my blog, information about my short fiction collection and novels, and more. Below you’ll find a quick recap of recent news, publications, and story sales. Feel free to take a look around, and thank you for stopping by.
I was a guest on The Horror Show With Brian Keene.
Blu Gilliand of the The October Country reviewed Sing Me Your Scars.
An Orchestra of Scars – Guest post at Locus Online.
Interview at Tor.com – The Pop Quiz at the End of the Universe.
Sing Me Your Scars made Kirkus’ list of New Speculative Fiction Debuts You Won’t Want to Miss.
Sing Me Your Scars is now available in paperback and for your Kindle devices.
“Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys: The Elephant’s Tale” in Apex Magazine
“Though It Be Darkness There” in Flesh Like Smoke
“The Floating Girls: A Documentary” in The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015
“When We Taste of Death” in Exigencies
“Falling Under, Through the Dark” in Black Static
“All That We Carry, All That We Hold” in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination
“The Judas Child” to John Joseph Adams at Nightmare Magazine.
“The Whipping Girls” to Michael Bailey for the forthcoming anthology Chiral Mad 3.
“In the Spaces Where You Once Lived” to Mike Davis for the forthcoming anthology Autumn Cthulhu.
“Tooth, Tongue, and Claw” to CM Muller for the forthcoming anthology Nightscript.
“Umbilicus” to Paula Guran (Prime Books) for the forthcoming anthology The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu: New Lovecraftian Fiction.
“This is a straight horror story and a fiendishly successful one at that.” ~Tangent Online on “Sing Me Your Scars”
“Wow…one of the most powerful stories I have read in recent memory. This piece is both beautiful in its ethereal qualities, and horrible in its foundation. This one should be read in groups, and then discussed. Highly recommended.” ~Tangent Online on “The Floating Girls: A Documentary”
“‘Shall I Whisper to You of Moonlight, of Sorrow, of Pieces of Us?’ by Damien Angelica Walters is a story every bit as good as its title. A moving tale of loss and grief, Walters gives the reader a ghost story as catharsis rather than horror.” ~This is Horror