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About Evan Baughfman
Evan Baughfman works in a very scary place: a middle school! (He’s a teacher.) He writes all genres, but horror is where he’s most comfortable. His horror fiction has been published in numerous anthologies, including titles from Improbable Press, 4 Horsemen Publications, No Bad Books Press, and Grinning Skull Press. Evan has penned a collection of 13 short scary stories titled THE EMACIATED MAN AND OTHER TERRIFYING TALES FROM POE MIDDLE SCHOOL, published by Thurston Howl Publications. His spooky novella, VANISHING OF THE 7TH GRADE, is now available from D&T Publishing. D&T will publish Evan's first full-length novel, BAD FOR YOUR TEETH, in April 2023.
Evan has also adapted a number of his short prose works into screenplays, of which "The Tell-Tale Art," “A Perfect Circle,” and “The Creaky Door” have won awards in various film festival competitions.
Additionally, much of Evan's writing success has been as a playwright. He’s had many different plays produced across the globe. His children's play, “R.O.M.3.O. and Julia” (Romeo and Juliet with robots) has been published in PLAYS Magazine. His play for young adults, “Lipstick and Heroics,” is available through YouthPLAYS, as is Evan's all-ages script, "Sprout Wants Out". In addition, his middle grade play, "Percy Pangolin Wants to Go Viral," is published by Heuer Publishing. Heuer has also published Evan's play, "A Taste of Amontillado"(an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado") and his script, "Untragically Ever After". Next Stage Press has published Evan's horror-plays-for teens, "Fear Pressure" and "The Dodo Challenge".
Online theater education resource, Drama Notebook, has added many of Evan’s children’s plays to its catalog. His plays can also be found at New Play Exchange.
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Claire Russell, Purgatorio
Emme Clause, The Other Side
Thomas Hunt, The Last Alchemist
William M. McIntosh, Proverbs
Ben Nardolilli, Station and Street & other poems
Uzma Fathima, The Visitor & other poems
Steven Schutzman, Stupid Cookie
Thomas J. Misuraca, Memorial
Evan Baughfman, Nine is Enough
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Bill Bibo Jr.
Crystal N. Ramos
Daniel R. Robichaud
David D. West
Dorian J. Sinnott
Dr Bob Warlock
Fiona M. Jones
Ian Gabriel Loisel
Jacqueline Moran Meyer
Jessica Brook Johnson
Julia C. Lewis
Koh Hee Ja
Lisa H. Owens
Maggie D. Brace
Megan Kiekel Anderson
Michael A. Clark
R. Wayne Gray
Rita Riebel Mitchell
Ryan J.M. Tan
Shawn M. Klimek
Thomas J. Griffin
nightmares fill my head,
the creatures, they're a-prowling
'til everyone is dead…
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…sometimes it's better not to go home for the holidays…
Seventeen more tales of holiday horrors to benefit
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Lee Landey, Amorphogermen titanium
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