My First HFM Blawg, Dawg!

Terry M. West
Photo credit Regina West

Welcome to my first official blog (or, how I like to say, BLAWG) for Halloween Forevermore! We are barely a day old as I write this, and already the reception has been incredible! Our posts have had hundreds of shares and submissions for HFM are pouring in. I would like to thank Joe R. Lansdale, the Tales of Poe cast and crew, the Circus of the Dead cast and crew and our wonderful flash fiction authors- John Palisano, Mercedes M. Yardley and DS Ullery- for helping us start off with a bang! I would also like to thank our contributors for their hard work. This would not be happening without them! We are still sorting things out- the mobile view of our site is a little wonky and some sections are still due- but anyone familiar with the process of running a website knows that it is an ongoing work-in-progress.

I am very happy to feature an interview with one of the biggest names in the horror fiction genre, Joe R. Lansdale! Expect more great interviews in the months to come! I am also very happy that HFM is a pro-rate market for horror fiction! I hope, with success, we can expand our paying opportunities for contributors. Which reminds me: to pay the bills, we are offering a very cool line of Halloween Wax Warmers. The company backing us is counting on HFM to move these products and other upcoming Halloween/horror merchandise. The success of this site depends on our ability to sell the merchandise offered on this site. If you want to help us become a thriving Halloween/horror site and a venue for authors and filmmakers, then please share us anywhere and everywhere you can. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.  These things help immensely. And, hey, if you are in the market for a Halloween wax warmer or know someone who is, you know where to get them!

So I need to get back at it now. Lots of dark work ahead of me…



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Terry M West

Managing Editor at Halloween Forevermore
Terry M. West is a well known author, filmmaker, actor and artist. He has written several books in the young adult field (most notably the graphic novel series, Confessions of a Teenage Vampire) and he has also written several horror short stories as well as the horror/thriller novel, Dreg. His work has appeared (or is scheduled to appear) in FrightNet, Scream Factory, Agony In Black, Lacunae, Jackhammer, House of Pain, Dark Muse, Moonletters, Silent Screams, When Red Snow Melts, One Hellacious Halloween, Deathmongers, Vignettes from the End of the World, Axes of Evil and Zombified 2. He was a finalist for the 1997 International Horror Guild Award for a short story (The Night Out) and he made the 1999 Bram Stoker Award preliminary ballot for a piece of long fiction (Hair and Blood Machine). He was also mentioned on the 1997 TV Guide Sci-Fi Hot List. West’s books and collections include: A PSYCHO’S MEDLEY, WHAT PRICE GORY?, DEAD AWARE: A Horror Tale Told in Screenplay, CECIL & BUBBA MEET THE THANG, HEROIN IN THE MAGIC NOW, THE GIVING OF THINGS COLD & CURSED and special collectors editions of CAR NEX, MIDNIGHT SNACK and CECIL & BUBBA MEET A SUCCUBUS. He was also the editor of the JOURNALS OF HORROR: FOUND FICTION anthology. His work has received glowing reviews. His filmography includes his debut film, Blood for the Muse (based on his comic book of the same name which was a finalist for the 1998 International Horror Guild Award for a comic) and Flesh for the Beast. He has acted in the films The Blood Shed and Gallery of Fear (both directed by Alan Rowe Kelly) and had a starring role in Joseph M. Monks’ debut film, The Bunker. Terry currently writes and paints in southern California with his wife, Regina, and their son, Terrence. Terry is an active member of the Horror Writer’s Association. Terry is also the managing editor of the Halloween/Horror website,

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