Caitlin Marceau is an author and professional editor living and working in Montreal. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing, is a member of the Horror Writers Association, and spends most of her time working as a freelance journalist for an array of publications.
When she’s not busy hunting down stories, she prefers to focus her time on publishing works of horror and experimental fiction. She’s also been published for poetry as well as creative non-fiction, and has spoken about horror literature at several Canadian conventions. Her workshop “Bikinis, Brains, and Boogeymen: How To Write Realistic Women In Horror,” was acclaimed by Yell Magazine.
If she’s not covered in ink or wading through stacks of paper, you can find her ranting about issues in pop culture or nerding out over a good book.
Most Recently Published (As of March 2019):
Stop while you can.
We know you’re curious about this book, about the stories tucked away in its pages, but you need to turn back while you still have a chance. This collection can’t be unread, and once you learn the truth about what’s lurking behind your mobile screens, camera lenses, and newsfeeds, you can never forget.
Read-Only: A Collection of Digital Horror, the inaugural edition of WatchMojo Publishing’s Fiction Quarterly, features fourteen never before seen short stories that reveal the insidious side of your favourite high-tech toys.
We sincerely hope you enjoy the collection in front of you, but remember: read only at your own risk.