The only thing we have to fear, we're told, is fear itself. In Phobophobia, the first fiction collection from award-winning screenwriter and journalist Mike Watt, ordinary people going through everyday events are subjected to nightmares beyond their imagining. In Phobophobia, thing is what it seems ... -- Not a classic cherry red Mustang... -- Not a run-of-the-mill art exhibit... -- Not a Valentine's Day gift... -- Not even Christmas Morning... There is a twisted skein of darkness running through all of Mike's work... -- Amber Benson (author of Death's Daughter) from her introduction.
Mike Watt is a journalist, screenwriter and independent filmmaker. He has covered horror entertainment and personalities for Fangoria, Cinefantastique, Femme Fatales, The Dark Side and is the editor of Sirens of Cinema Magazine. He wrote the screenplays for the Sci-Fi Channel favorite Dead Men Walking and G. Cameron Romero's The Screening. With his wife, actress/producer/director Amy Lynn Best, he produced the movies The Resurrection Game, Severe Injuries, A Feast of Flesh, Splatter Movie: The Director's Cut and the upcoming Demon Divas and the Lanes of Damnation. He and Amy live on an abundance of farmland in Waynesburg, PA, with three dogs, four cats and two horses, only some of which sleep in the house with them. For more information, visit his myriad of web homes: www.mike-watt.net www.happycloudpictures.com myspace.com/randommikewatt