Static Movement Press to Feature Ten of Thomas M. Malafarina's Short Stories in New Anthologies

Wernersville, PA (PressExposure) July 11, 2013 -- Ten of Horror Author Thomas M. Malafarina's short stories will be featured in soon to be released anthologies coming from Static Movement Press.

His short story "Girls Don't Poop" originally published in Gallery Of Horror from Sunbury Press will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology called Alien

A new story called "Storage" will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Behind Closed Doors

His short story "Be Careful What You Wish For" from the Sunbury Press published Ghost Shadows will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Broken

"The Wind Whispers Mary" from Gallery Of Horror from Sunbury Press will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Dark Mountain

His story "Twick Oa Tweet" from the Sunbury Press collection called Ghost Shadows will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Halloween Shrieks

"Beyond The Mind's Eye" a short story from Gallery Of Horror from Sunbury Press will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Modern Lovecraft

A new story called "Passageways To Perniciousness" will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Portals

His short story "In The Beginning There Was Me" from Gallery Of Horror from Sunbury Press will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology The End

A new story called "The Brands" will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology The Toolbox

His short story "In Its Shoes" will be featured in Static Movement's upcoming anthology Urban Nightmares Vol. 2

About Thomas M. Malafarina Author Of Horror

Thomas M. Malafarina ( http://www.ThomasMMalafarina.com ) is a horror fiction writer from Berks County, PA. He has published four novels, "99 Souls", "Burn Phone" "Eye Contact" and most recently, "Fallen Stones" and story collections called "13 Nasty Endings", "Gallery Of Horror", "Malafarina Maleficarum Volume One" and "Malafarina Maleficarum Volume Two" and now "Ghost Shadows" through Sunbury Press of Camp Hill, PA. ( http://www.Sunburypress.com ). He has also published a collection of single-panel cartoons called "Yes I Smelled It Too: Cartoons For The Slightly Off-Center" through Sunbury. Thomas has written dozens of short stories, which have been featured in numerous anthologies as well as on internet audio podcasts.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 11, 2013 at 9:27 am
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