K. Patrick Glover joined us to talk about the upcoming Anthology, “In the Blink of an Eye”. This is a spin-off anthology based on the mythology that was created in the movie “Butterfly Kisses“.
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“In Elliott City, Maryland, there is an old railway tunnel, The Ilchester Tunnel, and if you manage to stare down to the other for an entire hour up to midnight, without blinking, it will summon Peeping Tom, The Blink Man. Once summoned, The Blink Man will watch over you, standing silently but getting closer each time you blink until his eyelashes are touching yours.”
About the project
Chief editor of Roxton Press and In The Blink of an Eye, K. Patrick Glover was inspired by Erik Kristopher Myer’s Butterfly Kisses and discussed the opportunity to combine all of the stories in one definitive tone.
Both Patrick and Erik Kristopher Myers have stories in the project. Other authors in the anthology will include:
- Matt Lake: His books include the hugely successful “Weird” series
- Patrick Storck: Patrick has written numerous comics for Disney Studios.
- Megan Morgan: An acclaimed young adult science fiction writer. She is currently working on “The Altered Rise“
- William Couper: A Scottish writer of horror and speculative fiction.
- Josef Richardson: A filmmaker and artist who worked on Butterfly Kisses and VHS 2.
- Paul R. Sieber: An actor who has appeared in Ninjas vs Vampires and Ninjas vs Monsters.
- Steve Toase: An author of numerous magazines and anthologies. He has two stories appearing in this year’s edition of The Best Horror of the Year.
- Shelly Davies Wygant: A local historian and author of the acclaimed Haunted Ellicott City.
- Seth Adam Kallick: Author of American Nightmare.
- Jacob le Doux: Star of the popular horror film 8 Ball Clown. He is also the frontman for Crimson Orchid.
You can read the creepypasta of Blinkman clicking here.
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