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The Typist
By D.W. Metz

Series Description:

In the vein of classics from Lovecraft and Poe comes the horror tale of Henry Pickman. A disillusioned newspaper editor down on his luck, Pickman's fate takes terrifying twist when he finds an antique typewriter with a dark secret and the boundaries between fiction and reality begin to fade.

Category: Other
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Completed



Author Bio For D.W. Metz:

New Jersey native D.W. Metz is an author and poet. His poetry has been featured in a handful of anthologies.  Metz has published a number of short stories, and most recently the novelette, The Typist.

Feast of Friends is his first anthologized short story horror.

“Horror has always been a favorite genre of mine, both in fiction and cinema. I’m much more of a fan of terror and suspense than splatter. I prefer my horror to be more cerebral. The scariest horrors are the ones inside our minds.”

Connect with D.W. Metz at about.me/dwmetz







Series Description:

In the vein of classics from Lovecraft and Poe comes the horror tale of Henry Pickman. A disillusioned newspaper editor down on his luck, Pickman's fate takes terrifying twist when he finds an antique typewriter with a dark secret and the boundaries between fiction and reality begin to fade.

Category: Other
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Completed


Author Bio For D.W. Metz:

New Jersey native D.W. Metz is an author and poet. His poetry has been featured in a handful of anthologies.  Metz has published a number of short stories, and most recently the novelette, The Typist.

Feast of Friends is his first anthologized short story horror.

“Horror has always been a favorite genre of mine, both in fiction and cinema. I’m much more of a fan of terror and suspense than splatter. I prefer my horror to be more cerebral. The scariest horrors are the ones inside our minds.”

Connect with D.W. Metz at about.me/dwmetz