Night of the Living Trekkies
Journey to the final frontier of sci-fi zombie horror!
Jim Pike was the world’s biggest Star Trek fan—until two tours of duty in Afghanistan destroyed his faith in the human race. Now he sleepwalks through life as the assistant manager of a small hotel in downtown Houston. But when hundreds of Trekkies arrive in his lobby for a science-fiction convention, Jim finds himself surrounded by costumed Klingons, Vulcans, and Ferengi—plus a strange virus that transforms its carriers into savage, flesh-eating zombies!
As bloody corpses stumble to life and the planet teeters on the brink of total apocalypse, Jim must deliver a ragtag crew of fanboys and fangirls to safety. Dressed in homemade uniforms and armed with prop phasers, their prime directive is to survive. But how long can they last in the ultimate no-win scenario?

Night of the ZomBEEs
A Zombie novel with real BUZZ!

It’s Founders Day in Honeywell Springs, a day residents dress up in black-and-yellow costumes to celebrate the insect that gave the town its prosperity, the Honey Bee. But when a mad scientist releases a contagious swarm of mutant bees, it turns the townsfolk of Honeywell Springs into the walking dead, in bee costumes. It’s thirteen-year-old Shaun Ripley’s worst nightmare. Plagued with apiphobia, asthma, and panic attacks, Shaun must draw on his knowledge of his hero, James Bond, to stay alive. With his best friend, Toby, a fellow 007 enthusiast, and Sam, a bullying tomboy, Shaun must overcome his bee phobia and find a way to escape Honeywell Springs. Terrified, surrounded, and running out of time, the three must work together if they are to survive the Night of the ZomBEEs! Middle grade comedy horror (for ages 12 and up)


Night of the Living Trekkies is available in trade paperback (English, Spanish and German) Hardback, eBook and audio.
The Geektastic Joke Book 4 Kids
An Unofficial Collection of Pop Culture Funniness

These are the jokes you’re looking for! The Geektastic Joke Book 4 Kids is a collection of geeky jokes from Star Wars, Disney, Superheroes, Minecraft, Monsters, the world of Harry Potter, Video Games, Dinosaurs, Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Hunger Games and so much more! From the pop culture minds of authors Giggles A. Lott and Nee Slapper this nerdy joke fest is full of humorous illustrations and cartoons perfect for kids (Ages 8-12 plus) that love to laugh and share jokes with friends.


Kevin's stories have appeared in more than thirty anthologies sharring pages with Jack Ketchum, Ramsey Campbell, Poppy Z. Bright, Peter Straub, Steve Rasnic Tem, Dennis Etchison, Jeff Strand, Johnathan Maberry, Monica O'Rourke and many more. This list only contains anthologies from the last few years. A complete list is coming soon.

California Screamin'
Includes Kevin's story The Mount of Death

California. Close your eyes and say it: California. Images of perpetual sunshine, swaying palm trees, and blue waters lapping at sandy beaches. That one word conjures visions of gold and fame, luring dreamers to its mythic shores. The original peoples lived in an abundant paradise. The Spanish found a familiarity to their homeland. The Gold Rush, Hollywood, and Silicon Valley promised instant wealth. But the beaches are only a sliver of this vast land. Beyond it lie expanses of deserts, mountains, and rugged coastline cutting it off from reality. Isolated, California reveals a dark side—wraith like fog of the northern coast, dense shadows in ancient forests, and hellish heat of vast deserts. It is to these places you will journey. Within these pages, you will find stories of primeval specters, soured fantasies, transplanted vampires, bizarre geography.

This is the reality of nightmares. This is California Screamin’.


The Beauty of Death
Includes Kevin's story Contractions

The Beauty of Death Anthology, edited by Bram Stoker Award® Winning Author Alessandro Manzetti.  BRAM STOKER AWARDS 2016 NOMINEE - SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT IN AN ANTHOLOGY Over 40 stories and novellas by both contemporary masters of horror and exciting newcomers. Stories by: Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell, Edward Lee, John Skipp, Poppy Z. Brite, Nick Mamatas, Shane McKenzie,Tim Waggoner, Lisa Morton, Gene O'Neill, Linda Addison, Maria Alexander, Monica O'Rourke, John Palisano, Bruce Boston, Alessandro Manzetti, Rena Mason, Kevin Lucia, Daniel Braum, Colleen Anderson,Thersa Matsuura, John F.D. Taff, James Dorr, Marge Simon, Stefano Fantelli, John Claude Smith, K. Trap Jones, Del Howison, Paolo Di Orazio, Ron Breznay, Mike Lester, Annie Neugebauer, Nicola Lombardi, JG Faherty, Kevin David Anderson, Erinn Kemper, Adrian Ludens, Luigi Musolino, Alexander Zelenyj, Daniele Bonfanti, Kathryn Ptacek, Simonetta Santamaria. Cover Art by George Cotronis

Night Terrors III: Horror AnthologyNight Terrors III
Includes Kevin's story Home Care

Lose yourself in twenty-two remarkable stories of earthly horror and cosmic menace. A wave of sinkholes appears on the anniversary of a rural tragedy, and local residents begin to hear the voices of the dead. A woman encounters a predator from her youth—and a chance to turn the tables. A child’s inner beast takes on a sinister life of its own. An undetectable serial killer raises tensions on a college campus. Experimental physics reveals another world, and it might mean the end of ours. Shrouded in darkness, lurking in the shadows, NIGHT TERRORS III awaits you. The third installment of the chilling Night Terrors anthology series includes stories from:Jack Ketchum - Steve Rasnic Tem - Dennis Etchison - Paul Tremblay - Taylor Grant - Eric J. Guignard - Aric Sundquist - Jennifer Brozek - John McNee - Simon McCaffery - Patty Templeton - Matt Moore - Raymond Little - Dean H. Wild - Jay Caselberg - Kevin David Anderson - Simon McCaffery - Rachel Nussbaum - Peter Charron - Richard Farren Barber - Gerry Huntman - Kyle S. Johnson - Jessica Lilien

Dark Bits (QuickLII Book 1) by [Ford, Robert, Lucia, Kevin, Degeit, Mandy, Shipp, Jeremy, Meikle, William, Braun, G.N., Booth III, Max, Chantal Noordeloos]Dark Bits
Includes Kevin's story The Delivery

Dark Bits is a collection of 52 +1 horror flash fiction stories. Short, but not sweet, they move quick to grab you. Got a minute? Go ahead, try one. Authors: Angela Pritchett, Apple Ardent Scott, Bruce Boston, Bryce Hughes, Cameron Suey, Carson Buckingham, Chantal Noordeloos, Chantel Delulio, Cynthia Ray, Dane Hatchell, Darryl Dawson, David Bernstein, David Greske, Die Booth, Edd Vick, G.N. Braun, Guy Anthony De Marco, James Roy Daley, James S. Dorr, Jamie Lackey, Jeff Heimbuch, Jeremy C. Shipp, Jessica McHugh, Johannes Pinter, Kallirroe Agelopoulou, Kathryn Ptacek, Keith Armstrong, Kenneth W. Cain, Kevin David Anderson, Kevin Lucia, Mandy DeGeit, Mark C. Scioneaux, Mary Pletsch, Matthew Wilson, Max Booth III, Meriah L. Crawford, Michael H. Antonio, Michele Mixell, Randolph Andrews, Rebecca L. Brown, Richard Farren Barber, Robert Ford, Robert Smales, Robin Devereaux-Nelson, Sandy Shelonchik, Sheri White, Stephanie Jessop, Tina Rath, Tracy L. Carbone, Wesley Southard, William Gracey, William Meikle, William Whorton

Alluring Dread: Digital Horror Fiction Anthology (Digital Horror Fiction Short Stories Series One Book 2) by [Fiction, Digital, Frost, Julie, Goldman, Ken, McNulty, Brandon, Seate, Jay, Memblatt, Bruce, Antczak, Stephen L., Barr, Jeff, Anderson, Kevin David, Caselberg, Jay]Alluring Dread: Digital Horror Fiction Anthology
Includes Kevin's story Scarecrows and Devils

Ten horrific tales, including:
Servile Spirits to Invent by Julie Frost,
Gull Tender by Ken Goldman,
Worried About by Brandon McNulty,
Anna Belle’s Return by Jay Seate,
The Product by Bruce Memblatt,
The Suicide Club Membership Drive by Stephen L. Antczak, Creekmore by Jeff Barr, The Green Lady by Jay Caselberg
Under the Boardwalk by Robert Hart

Coming Together: Arm in Arm in Arm... by [Sarai, Lisabet, Roberts, Teresa Noelle, Leong, Annabeth, Sanchez-Garcia, C.]Coming Together
Includes Kevin's story The Male of the Species

Coming Together: Arm in Arm in Arm... is a collection of erotic fiction with a tentacle sex theme edited by Nobilis Reed. All proceeds benefit Oceana, the largest international organization working solely to protect the world's oceans.

Includes Kevin's story Green Eyes and Chili Dogs

It's true that few of us would choose the life of a zombie, mindlessly consuming every moving thing in sight as we rot and shrivel with decay. It's also true that few of us would choose to become a ghost, dolefully watching the comings and goings of the living, unable to touch, to breathe, to feel them in a physical way. But, if given the chance to become a vampire, I think most of us would bite. Vampires make our pulses quicken: whether they are the velveteen figures of Anne Rice or Bram Stoker, or the violent monsters of Stephen King, we don't care. Not the hunters. Not the hopefuls. The real, blood-drinking, neck-biting fiends. Vampires are timeless because they are immortal. And the vampires in these pages may just come back to bite you in the end. These are stories you can really sink your teeth into. Promise.

Includes Kevin's story A Thoughtful Gift

We are not sure how many body pieces Victor Frankenstein used to create his "monster," but it is likely he used a lot less than Dark Moon Books did in stitching this creation together. It was pointed out during the proofreading and editing process that the table of contents included more words (nearly 800 at last count) than any of the individual stories. It was an interesting observation, but it proves a point. A well-written, complete story can be told with very few words. So, here it is in all of its nightmarish, ghoulish glory, Frightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction. It is packed with 129 tales that will rattle your bones, cause you to ponder your future, make you lose some sleep and, yes, even bring a smile to blood-smeared lips. The creation is sewn up tight and ready for a jolt of lightning to bring it to life. And, yes, that time has come, my friends. "It Lives!"

Dark Moon Digest - YA Edition
Includes Kevin's story Mounting Fairies for Display

The editors at Dark Moon Books have been talking about publishing a young adult version of our quarterly horror anthology, Dark Moon Digest, since our first issue. Well, nearly three years later, here it is. And we have some great tales to share with not only younger fans of the horror genre, but the inner child in all of us. This special issue brings us stories from Joe McKinney (Among Men), Nancy Holder (Are the Stars Out Tonight?), C. W. LaSart (Creepy Town), James S. Dorr (Cyclops), Dawn Napier (Deadly Thin Ice), John Peel (Franklinstein), JG Faherty (Lonely Is The Mothman), Kevin David Anderson (Mounting Fairies for Display), Jonathan Maberry (Overdue Books), Kimberly Yerina (Rotten Inside), Jeff Szpirglas (Scratch), Sarah Ahiers (Smothered), Max Booth III (Super), Stacey Turner (The Nightmare Project) and P. B. Kane (The Rainbow Coat).

Includes Kevin's story The X-Ray

March 11, 2011 - Three prefectures in northeastern Japan are devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake, and a massive tsunami that takes the lives of 20,000 people. April 2011 - 75 authors from 11 countries came together to collaborate on a mixed-genre anthology of short stories to benefit the orphans of the disaster-stricken Tohoku area. Horror, humor, human drama, science fiction, fantasy, absurdist, bizarro, weird, new wave, bugpunk, Cthulhu, Sherlock Holmes, historical fiction, "I" stories, crime, and much more. Of the 75 stories in the anthology, a great portion of them were written for this anthology, including the Jerry Cornelius short "Walking the Hog" by Michael Moorcock. A fabulous collection! Royalties of this anthology go to the NPO Smile Kids Japan in an effort to support the orphans in the tsunami-struck areas of Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi (Tohoku)

Thou Shalt Not...
Includes Kevin's story Between Sisters

Breaking the Commandments Anew Ever broken one of God's "Big Ten"? Of course you have. We all have. Except for murder and adultery the consequences of which are obvious what were the results? A little guilt? Did you disappoint yourself or someone else? Or did no one even notice? Thou Shalt Not... is an anthology of horror and crime fiction where someone breaks one of the Ten Commandments with dire, deadly, or disastrous results. TWO TABLETS, TEN COMMANDMENTS THEY'VE ALL BEEN BROKEN LET'S BREAK THEM AGAIN!

Murky Depths 16
Includes Kevin's story Liberation

The Quarterly Anthology of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction" was a British horror and science fiction magazine which began publishing in 2007. The magazine editor-in-chief was Terry Martin and the editor was Anne Stringer. The magazine was published four times a year. It blended illustrated prose short stories with comic strips. 

Darkness Rising 2005
Includes Kevin's story The Puzzle

Over one hundred thousand and fifty thousand words . . . twenty original stories . . . twenty new and established authors . . . and two very well-respected and knowledgeable editors . . . Edited by L.H. Maynard and M.P.N. Sims, Darkness Rising 2005 represents possibly the strongest contribution in this long-running anthology series with quality as its byword, from the opening story, "The Thing In The Closet," to its closing thirty-thousand-word novella, "Winter's Dark Memory." Within are stories of sex, of religion, of mystery and terror, all coated with a sheen of supernatural fear that lingers long after the first reading of . . . Darkness Rising.

Deathgrip: Exit Laughing
Includes Kevin's story Green Eyes and Chili Dogs

Stories that cross genre-lines, astonish, titillate, and elicit a guilty snicker. If you've ever giggled at a funeral, laughed aloud during a solemn prayer service, or cracked up at any madly inappropriate moment, Exit Laughing is the anthology for you! Bizarrely side-splitting tales by some of today's most twisted authors!


Unnervung Magazine
October 2017

Kevin's Halloween flash fiction story Babysitting for Writers is published in Issue #4 of Unnerving Magazine


Dark Wisdom Magazine
#10 Fall 2009
edited by William Jones and features Kevin's short story, The Box.

Something Wicked Magazine
August 2007
Kevin's story Liberation was the first American story to be published in this South African Magazine.

Somthing Wicked

Issue 4 Cover by Jesca Marisa
Insideouse Reflection
Fall 2005
Kevin's short story 3571 was featured in this short lived pulpy magazine.