Two Stories, One Champ

[From the press release]  K. Allen Wood has stories in both Appalachian Undead and Mountain Dead — two versions of the same story. Which do you think is better, “And It’ll Haunt Me (For Long Days to Come)” from Mountain Dead, or “For Long Days to Come” from Appalachian Undead?

198x300xAppUndead-front_jpg_pagespeed_ic_ACwmKl_ru-Apex Publications has posted both stories (links above) and asked the readers to decide. Register your opinion on the Apex Publications blog.

Voting is open until Friday, August 23 at 11:59pm EST.  

From the voters who choose the winning story, one person will be randomly selected to win an Apex Out-of-Print prize pack.

The prize pack includes:

  • Stoker Award-winning collection Taste of Tenderloin by Gene O’Neill
  • Stoker Award-nominated collection Mama’s Boy and Other Dark Tales by Fran Friel
  • When Darkness Loves Us by Elizabeth Engstrom
  • The Changed (first edition) by B.J. Burrow

The results will be announced Monday, August 26.

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3 thoughts on “Two Stories, One Champ

  1. Why does no one ever write stories about ghosts and hauntings that take place in Manhattan penthouses, Hollywood sound stages, the floor of the Tokyo Stock Exchange or highschool chemical classrooms. It’s alway old Gothic houses and hillbilly shacks … now and then The Old West for comic relief.

    I do have a collection of ghost stories about war and battle. Unfortunately, there’s almost nothing good in it.

  2. Why don’t you write that story about the ghost on the floor of the Tokyo Stock Exchange? That sounds like a winner to me.

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