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About kmfollia

Kevin M. Folliard is a Chicagoland fiction writer who has worked on the "Press Start" series of films and webcartoons. His published fiction includes the scary stories collection "Christmas Terror Tales" and the dark fantasy novel "Jake Carter & the Nightmare Gallery."

January Publications!

Happy New Year to all my readers! 2018 is off to a terrific start for me and The Horror Tree, as I’ve recently published 2 stories: *My short story “Vegan Options” was featured on Sunday, January 7th. *My 100-word drabble “Hog Slop” was … Continue reading

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December Publications!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all my readers! I have two great December stories for you to enjoy: *My short story “Cornstalk” has been reprinted in Horror Bites Magazinze #3. *My 100-word drabble “The Grungle” is free to read … Continue reading

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NEW Stories for November!

Hot on the heels of October, I have a batch of five brand NEW November publications to share with you, which you can read RIGHT NOW at the links below! *My 100-word drabbles “Trick or Tarantula” (10/29/2017) and “Pink Poodle” (11/12/2017) … Continue reading

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2 Great Halloween Specials!

This October I was lucky to be included in 2 great audio and visual anthologies! Kick A Rock’s 5 Days of horror is in progress now! You can check out each episode in the 5 days leading up to Halloween, … Continue reading

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Matt Palmer and the Komodo Uprising on Sale NOW!

September 16, 2017 – Author Kevin M. Folliard’s middle grade science fiction adventure novel Matt Palmer & the Komodo Uprising is now available through Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle! When the reality-bending Quantum Bracelet arrives on 12-year-old Matt Palmer’s doorstep, … Continue reading

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Guns, Clowns, and Dinosaurs!

I’ve had a number of terrific stories come out right on top of each other, so I want to make sure that nothing slips through the cracks for my readers. Here are the most recent publications from Kevin M. Folliard: … Continue reading

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“Baryonyx Crossing” Available NOW in Gothic Fantasy: Lost Worlds Short Stories

Check out my dinosaur adventure story “Baryonyx Crossing” available in the new anthology Gothic Fantasy: Lost Worlds Short Stories! Following the great success of our Gothic Fantasy, deluxe edition short story compilations, Ghosts, Horror, Science Fiction, Murder Mayhem and Crime … Continue reading

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“Carnival Debt” Available NOW in The Edge: Infinite Darkness

Check out my short story “Carnival Debt” available in the new anthology The Edge: Infinite Darkness! Patrick Reuman presents 17 tales woven from deep within the confines of 10 twisted minds. Embrace the dark. In my story “Carnival Debt,” a … Continue reading

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New Story at Uprising Review!

Head on over to Uprising Review to read my flash fiction piece “The Other Side of the Confessional!” The Uprising Review is a literary magazine that celebrates freedom of speech and a diversity of ideas. Writers should be able create … Continue reading

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“Objects” Published in Triangulation: Appetites

Check out my short story “Objects” available in Parsec Ink’s new anthology Triangulation: Appetites! Parsec Ink presents the thirteenth volume in its celebrated speculative fiction anthology series. This year, twenty-one authors from around the world explore everything we hunger for, … Continue reading

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