Smart Rhino Publications

Christine Morgan

Christine Morgan grew up in the high deserts of California but headed for water and trees as soon as she was able. A resident of the Pacific Northwest ever since, she’s recently moved to the Portland area and settled in amongst the bizarro and weirdo-creatives community.

Her stories span many eras and genres, with a particular focus on combining horror and dark fantasy with ancient or medieval cultures. She’s best known for her Viking-themed tales, a collection of which—The Raven’s Table—came out in 2017 from Word Horde.

As a reader, she’s a regular contributor to The Horror Fiction Review. As an editor, she’s responsible for the Fossil Lake anthologies as well as a few other projects. She also enjoys baking, and modifying Barbie dolls into custom strange creations.

Christine’s most recent projects include the modern thriller Murder Girls, the pioneer blizzard horror novel White Death, and her extra-gooshy Deadite Press debut, Spermjackers from Hell. She’s had short stories in many anthologies and is currently at work on a book called Lakehouse Infernal, with the kind permission of Edward Lee.

Christine's story, "Thyf's Tale," was published in Uncommon Assassins.


Her story, "The Sun-Snake," appeared in Zippered Flesh 2: More Tales of Body Enhancements Gone Bad!


Her Viking story, "Sven Bloodhair," was published in Someone Wicked: A Written Remains Anthology.

Christine's  story, "No One of Consequence," was included in Insidious Assassins.

Her story, "Going Green," appeared in Zippered Flesh 3: Yet More Tales of Body Enhancements Gone Bad!