Press Release

Local Savannah Radio Station to Feature Crone Girls Press

SEASIDE, CA, March 27–A local Savannah radio station will host horror and dark fiction author Elizabeth Donald March 29.

Donald and Crone Girls Press founder Rachel A. Brune will talk to host Adam Messer about their latest release, “Coppice & Brake,” an anthology of dark fiction, featuring tales from the borderlands of horror, speculative fiction.

Horror fans can listen live on, or catch Messer’s show via podcast at

Adam Messer is an author,  journalist, and radio host. He enjoys connecting with other creative people. He is a columnist for the Savannah Morning News Do Savannah.  He hosts his radio show, Muses Memoirs & More, live on WRUU 107.5 FM Savannah, where he interviews authors, artists, and entertainers.

Elizabeth Donald is a dark fiction writer fond of things that go chomp in the night. She is a three-time winner of the Darrell Award for speculative fiction and finalist for the Prism and Imadjinn awards, author of the “Nocturne” vampire mystery series and “Blackfire” dark fantasy series, as well as other novels, novellas and stories in the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres. She is the founder of the Literary Underworld small-press cooperative; an award-winning journalist and essayist with more than twenty years in journalism; a nature and art photographer; freelance editor and writing coach.

Rachel A. Brune is the founder of Crone Girls Press, a new indie horror press dedicated to bringing readers the best in dark speculative fiction. Their latest release,”Coppice & Brake,” is available on Amazon. For reviewer copies or to request an interview with one of our authors, please contact Rachel A. Brune, Editor, at: or visit our website at:

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