Author James Musgrave
James Musgrave has been in a Bram Stoker Finalist anthology, and he’s won the First Place Blue Ribbon for Best Historical Horror Mystery, Forevermore, at the Chanticleer International Book Awards. His most recent acceptances for publication are the story Cousins for the 2024 issue in Strange Horizons. The Home of Guiding Hands in Dark Tales (4th edition), published by fiction4all.com (Isle of Wight) and The Ferryman in Rainy Day Tales (2nd edition). Jasmine, is in the anthology Draw Down the Moon published by Propertius Press. His adult short fiction anthology Valley of the Dogs, Dark Stories, won the Silver Medal at the 2021 Reader’s Favorite international contest. Two of his historical mystery series are published through and curated by the American Library Association’s Biblioboard.com. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from San Diego State and has taught college English and Literature for twenty-five years.