Profile: Emma Audsley

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Emma Audsley was born for horror fiction. With a burning desire to help the horror genre evolve & expand, she helps in her own little ways namely reviewing, editing & mentoring.

Born in the UK in 1977 she’s had a long time to study the field & adores this eerie genre of ours.

She’s proud & honoured to be working alongside Joe Mynhardt as Publishing & Editing

Consultant. Having already worked with many notable names in Horror, she is ready to assist Crystal Lake Publishing in their blazing trail across the plains of the genre.

Emma also has a review site over at The Horrifically Horrifying Horror Blog, she’s a member of the British Fantasy Society & The Horror Writers Association where she hosted 2013’s Women in Horror Month & assisted with social media in the lead up to that the Bram Stoker Awards presentation in 2014 alongside Douglas Murano. Emma is an ongoing part of the team that help keep The Horror Writers Association’s publications & website full to the brim.

Emma also writes both non-fiction & fictional horror, with several works in progress.

Website: http://thehorrificallyhorrifyinghorrorblog.com/

Most Recently Published Book (as of December 2018)

Tales From the Lake Volume 2

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25 chilling short stories by outstanding female writers. Women have always written exceptional stories of horror and the supernatural. This anthology aims to showcase the very best of these, from Amelia B. Edwards’s ‘The Phantom Coach’, published in 1864, through past luminaries such as Edith Wharton and Mary Elizabeth Braddon, to modern talents including Muriel Gray, Sarah Pinborough and Lilith Saintcrow. From tales of ghostly children to visitations by departed loved ones, and from heart-rending stories to the profoundly unsettling depiction of extreme malevolence, what each of these stories has in common is the effect of a slight chilling of the skin, a feeling of something not quite present, but nevertheless there. If anything, this showcase anthology proves that sometimes the female of the species can also be the most terrifying . . .

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Other Work:

Horror 201: The Silver Scream

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Stigmata

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