Sunday, June 26, 2016

Dan News Update: Borderlands 6, Madhouse and New Reviews

Hi, everyone. Some quick notes (some of which needed to go out a couple of weeks back but life got in the way and, well, I forgot, sorry!)

1. Borderlands 6
2. Madhouse
3. Independence Day: Resurgence Review

BORDERLANDS 6 Now Available

So my evil twin G Daniel Gunn has a story, written with the estimable Paul Tremblay, called "Shattered" now available in the long awaited sixth volume of the famed BORDERLANDS anthology series, edited by Tom and Olivia Monteleone. 

The blurb: This non-themed anthology of horror features never-before-published works by: M. Louis Dixon, John McIlveen, Jack Ketchum, Rebecca J. Allred, Dan Waters, Michael Bailey, John Boden, Trent Zelazny & Brian Knight, Bob Pastorella, Peter Salomon, Carol Pierson Holding, Steve Rasnic Tem, Darren O. Godfrey, David Annandale, Anya Martin, G. Daniel Gunn & Paul Tremblay, Gordon White, Sean M. Davis, Tim Waggoner, Bradley Michael Zerbe, and Gary A. Braunbeck. Also included, one amazing previously published novelette by David Morrell.

It's now available at all major retailers. Find it in paperback and kindle on Amazon here: 

Also available, a very limited hardcover edition, signed by all contributors, available directly from Borderlands Press here:

MADHOUSE Anthology Now Available!

Speaking of long-awaited, MADHOUSE, a shared world horror anthology edited by Benjamin Kane Ethridge and Brad C. Hodson, is also now available. Every story is creepily illustrated by the amazing artist Aeron Alfrey. Another G Daniel Gunn story, "My Dearest Gwendolyn" is featured here! This is the description:

In the middle ages, it was thought that insanity was contagious. Centuries on, we label such ideas as superstitious ignorance. But when John Doe begins to speak after decades of silence, the staff and patients at the Golden Canyon Behavioral Health center begin to realize that behind every superstition lies a horrid truth. 

On the night that a vicious sandstorm closes the roads and seals the doors, a plague of madness spreads through the hospital. Two staff members try desperately to hold onto their sanity while searching for the cause – and, hopefully, the cure – of the outbreak. 

But they’re not alone. In this shared world anthology edited by Brad C. Hodson and Bram Stoker Award® winner Benjamin Kane Ethridge, some of the genre’s most talented authors present their own sanity shattering tales. With fiction by John Skipp, Jeff Strand, Scott Nicholson, Lisa Morton, John Palisano, and many others, the horrible truth is revealed bit by awful bit. Step inside and find out what it’s truly like in the MADHOUSE.

It's a gorgeous book! You can find it everywhere, in paperback and ebook. Here's the Amazon link:


On Monday (as of midnight, Sunday night), my review of the blockbuster release INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE (2016) will be showing at Cinema Knife Fight (

I have other recent reviews as well. Find all the links at 

OK, that's it! Thanks for reading. :)

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

A Quick Update From Your Friendly Neighborhood Scribe, April 5, 2016

Hi, everyone. Just a little what’s-going-on in my modest little writing world:

This weekend, April 8 – 10, I’ll be attending, as an author guest, the Supermegafest Comic Con in Marlboro MA, with other members of the New England Horror Writers. Supermegafest is an annual, and local, comic/horror/sci-fi convention featuring celebrity guests (including Burt Reynolds, Kevin Sorbo, and many, many more, including a reunion of the cast of film The Warriors), dozens of comic artists and writers, and of course us lowly authors. We’ll be selling our books and speaking at panels. Some of us are also offering a limited number of attendees free fiction editing services. If you’d like to check it the whole shebang, you can find all the information  ! I’ll be there all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning (after which I’m heading out to little Kevin’s christening!).

On the writing front, the much-anticipated, and amazingly illustrated, MADHOUSE, a shared-world anthology of stories edited by Benjamin Kane Ethridge and Brad C. Hodson, and which features my G Daniel Gunn story “My Dearest Gwendolyn” is completed, with copies on their way to early supporters as I type this. It will be available soon via all major outlets, likely mid- to late-April. If you’d like to see what it looks like, check out my blog entry at

Not sure if I said this last time, but another G Daniel Gunn (…that’s me, by the way, in case you were wondering) story, “Shattered” co-written many moons ago with the amazingly talented Paul Tremblay, will be appearing later this year in the anthology Borderlands 6. More info as it develops.

On sad news, Samhain Publishing, the folks who published L.L. Soares’ and my novella NIGHTMARE IN GREASEPAINT, are, alas, going out of business. At least, that’s the story this week. They haven’t completely shut the lights off yet. The ebook and related print anthology CHILDHOOD FEARS are still available in the usual places, but the future is uncertain. Such are the ups and down of the publishing biz.

Finally, been heads down working on two different novels. I’m currently halfway through the third draft of PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS, my first science fiction novel (under my real name, Daniel G Keohane). I wonder why it took so long to write a sci-fi story, considering I love reading these. Once this is in the can and in the hands of my beloved proofreaders, I’ll jump back in with revisions to my recently-completed (first draft only at this point) G Daniel Gunn horror novel, LOST IN THE WOODS (still not sure if that’ll be the final name, but so far I haven’t found a better one yet). This one’s a hoot.

That’s it, I think. Thanks for all your support and interest in these little updates.
Dan Keohane

Dan News: Audiobook edition of Margaret's Ark now available, December 12, 2015

Hi, everyone. Just a quick note that the audiobook for MARGARET’S ARK, narrated by the incredible Caroline Miller, is now available on iTunes, and Amazon! It’s pretty hard to describe how cool it was listening to a book I’ve written being read and, in some ways interpreted, by someone else. Caroline Miller did an amazing job with it.

You can find it at:

and of course, iTunes.

Also, looking for a good gift for Christmas for someone who’s hard to buy for? I’ve got copies of most of my novels on hand, and available for $10 + $2 shipping each (if you live nearby we could work out cutting the postage). They can be signed and personalized for the giftee. If not mine, consider other authors you enjoy and would like to share their work: most have websites and facebook pages, making it easy to contact them. I’ve done this myself in the past.

That’s it. More news coming soon, for me or my alter ego G Daniel Gunn. Have a fantastic Christmas, everyone!