Bona fide

As you may have noticed over the last few days, I’ve been making some changes to the blog again. If you visit the Summoning the Author page you’ll notice the biggest difference of all. Not only will you find a picture of my business card (which you should save and share on every social media outlet you use) but you’ll also notice I’m for hire now. That’s right! After years of peddling my stories and several months writing articles for Psycho Drive-In and Aquiline Photography, I’ve decided to start actively advertising myself as a writer for hire. This won’t actually change anything on the site. I’m still working on my stories, my column for PDI, and all the other writing and photo projects I’ve been involved in, it just means that I’m going to offer to write for anyone willing to pay me now as well. I’m hoping to broaden my horizons while making some money doing what I love.

Need an article written for your new magazine or website? A collaborator for a project you’re working on? Let’s talk.

I specialize, of course, in macabre, noir fiction but I’m very versatile. Movie and book reviews, obituaries, Op/Ed and so much more. I’m willing to  work with you. Credentials and a negotiable contract are available, all you have to do is email me.




About Danno

Dan Lee is a freelance writer, critic, independent author and publisher, as well as a horror culture correspondent. His articles, interviews, editorials, and fictional works continue to run on several sites and publications. He is also one of the resurrectionists behind the return of the Nashville Zombie Walk (2017).
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