Monday, March 12, 2012


 Melissa Stevens has some great horror writing tales to her credit. I am most familiar with her tales in I Believe In Werewolves, a great anthology where she has two stories: The Reunion and The Seventh Son. She also does the cover art for Netbound Publishing and does a great job! She is self taught in both aspects of the horror craft.

She has several published works in the Vicious Horror Anthologies and one short story in The Corner Club Press' debut issue. (

Her first cover was The Evolution of a Conceptual God: Navigating the Landmines, by Jim Vires. Illustrations to Phibby Venable's book, The Wind is my Wine, was her next artistic accomplishment. I Believe in Werewolves, an anthology  out this past spring, is her latest cover design.

She lives with her husband, daughter and three unruly cats in rural East Tennessee.

Yes, Melissa is a newcomer to our great genre, but she's zipping along! Melissa Stevens is a Woman in Horror! But her daughter is a sweetie! Check Melissa's Facebook page and you'll see her sweet shining face.


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