David Peak is the author of a horror novella, The River Through the Trees (Blood Bound Books), and a collection of short stories, Glowing in the Dark (Aqueous Books). His long-form essay on speculation, horror, and extinction, The Spectacle of the Void, is forthcoming from Schism Press. Other writing has appeared in places such as Denver Quarterly, 3:AM, and Pank. He lives in Chicago where he operates Blue Square Press.

An extensive list of publications can be viewed here.
My essay "Dark Beyond the Frame: Communication of the Unknown in Horror Film" was published in the second issue of Primeval: A Journal of the Uncanny.
My cycle of poems, Farmer in the City, was published in the second issue of PLINTH.
My review of Danielle Collobert's Murder is up at the Rumpus.
Blue Square Press has just announced its eighth title, Our Prayers After the Fire by Katie Jean Shinkle.
My brief profile of street artist Saro was published in the Chicago Reader.
My review of William VanDenBerg's Lake of Earth is up at Heavy Feather Review.
My essay "The World's Longest Yard Sale" is up at the Fanzine.
My review of Dodie Bellamy's Cunt Norton is up at the Rumpus.
My essay on Gary J. Shipley's Crypt(o)spasm is up at the Fanzine.
Something new is in the works.
Blue Square Press is on Tumblr.
My review of Julie Doxsee's The Next Monsters is up at Heavy Feather Review.
Blue Square Press has a new website.
My review of George Kalamaras's The Mining Camps of the Mouth is up at the Rumpus.