Scott C. Carr

E! Online recently hailed Scott Carr’s work, saying ?True genius abounds here?Chris Carter, take heed!? Scott C. Carr is writer and journalist with an insatiable curiosity for modern folklore. He has written extensively about the sociology behind the paranormal and other bizarre subcultures and has appeared as an expert on both television and radio, including recently FOX News: FOX In Focus and the film documentary The Hudson Valley Sightings. In addition, he produced and co-hosted his own radio talk show UFO Desk on 99.5 FM WBAI, NY. He’s the Chief Editor of the critically acclaimed Apocalypse Fiction Magazine and the Writer and Executive Producer of the AFM/Blue Moon Movies film, The NUKE Brothers. He has written for Sony Entertainment, Artisan Films? Distant Corners Entertainment Group, and his fiction and nonfiction have recently appeared in Pulp Eternity, The Dream People Literary Magazine, The MUFON Journal, and the Double Dragon Publishing anthologies Of Flesh and Hunger and The Wicked Will Laugh. A chapter from his novel Believer appears in Sick: An Anthology of Illness. Carr’s work has been favorably reviewed in both MovieLine and Heavy Metal: The Adult Illustrated Fantasy Magazine, and in 1999 he was awarded The Hunter S. Thompson Award for Outstanding Journalism.
 
Scott is currently hard at work researching and writing his nonfiction book, Junkyard Living, and his science fiction novel, Until the Stars Grow Dark.

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After a tragic accident in a Seattle truck stop, the enigmatic antagonist Michael journeys home to his reclusive family in their mansion atop Mt. Foraker, in Alaska. There, upon the snowy peak of Champion Mountain, Michael will confront the dark secrets of his past, his family, and his origins’secrets which he has desperately avoided for nearly two decades. Champion Mountain is an apocalyptic tale of family, politics, responsibility, bitter resolve, and dysfunction.
Here is a collection of stories for those of you who shudder at the thought of gulping down one more of Aunt Ida's "famous" cookies, who dread facing another interminable discourse from Uncle Earl about pig farm economics. If the first few notes of "Away in a Manger" cause you to grab something sharp and look around frantically for an eye to stab it in this book was written for you.

This collection of tales comes from the quill of Penemue, fallen angel and bringer of ink and pen to the children of men. Listen as he recounts his tales, both new and old, of his brethren demons when they  walked the earth of men. This volume contains twelve stories from the darkest new authors in horror today. Tales that will not only haunt you, but will also delight.

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