Bram Stoker Award © nominated Editor Eric Miller is known for the horror anthologies HELL COMES TO HOLLYWOOD 1 & 2, and the "18 WHEELS" trucking fiction series (18 WHEELS OF HORROR and 18 WHEELS OF SCIENCE FICTION. He runs the small press Big Time Books, and was thrilled that John Palisano's story "Happy Joe's Rest Stop" from 18 WHEELS OF HORROR won the Bram Stoker Award for superior achievement in short fiction, honored that HELL COMES TO HOLLYWOOD was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Anthology, and proud that two stories from HELL COMES TO HOLLYWOOD II were also nominated for Stokers: Hal Bodner's "Hot Tub" and Eric J. Guignard's "Dreams of a Little Suicide."
Miller also works in the movie business as a screenwriter, producer, transportation coordinator, and many other low stress, fun-filled jobs. His produced science fiction and horror scripts include ICE SPIDERS, NIGHT SKIES, and MASK MAKER among others. He has a number of novel, screenplay, short story, and TV script projects in the works. In his spare time he reads voraciously, writes occasionally, and watches movies of all kinds- especially romantic comedies. More info can be found at www.EricMillerWrites.com or www.BigTimeBooks.com.
"...Definitely fun." --Analog Science Fiction and Fact
Psychotic killers, devious ghosts, alien monsters, howling storms, undead creatures, and other dark forces haunt the highways and the truckers who drive them in these 18 chilling tales!A ghostly voice on a trucker’s CB radio knows more about his life than it should… Two drivers find their cargo gives them inhuman appetites… A boy in a truck stop encounters a supernatural force that threatens to destroy the world… The hypnotic singing lulling a driver to sleep might not be coming from the tires… A fender-bender between a big rig and a four wheeler is not as accidental as it seems… The sinister cargo lurking in a rock and roll band’s fleet of trucks is unleashed at their final show...
Hit the road with this anthology of trucking horror fiction!
Contains the 2016 Bram Stoker Award winning short story "Happy Joe's Rest Stop" by John Palisano.