Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers (GLAHW) is a collective and compendium of writers, fans, and misshapen children all huddled together to share their love of Horror, Dark Fantasy, Sci-fi, True Crime, and the occasional Horotica. We love words to death. Since the group’s formation in 2007, we have published several anthologies, Erie Tales and Recurring Nightmares, and an annual magazine Ghostlight: Tales of Terror. Our annual Halloween party and convention appearances raise funds for the Dominican and Siena Literacy Organizations. If you like horror, sci-fi, dark fantasy, black humor, or anything creepy and scary, you will love the GLAHW. MontiLee Stormer has been a member since 2008, bringing her own brand of dark urban fantasy. She is an avid reader and horror writer. When not killing imaginary people with words, her free time is spent in front of an available monitor, knitting and watching horror movies. If you think Kubrick’s “The Shining” is one of the greatest horror movies of all time, she will also fight you. She lives in the Metro Detroit Area with her husband, two cats, and several knitting projects which keep her safely off the streets.