It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and it feels like the perfect time of year to do a video reading of The Hair Monster. Romance is in the air, and this Make a Monster story is oddly romantic. What happens when a man … Continued
Sara Amundson reads a horror story about a toilet-dwelling mer-zombie while wearing a unicorn wig.
My father’s life ended in sorrow, but this essay he wrote about parenthood when I was a baby captures his vibrant humor and charm.
In which Sara Amundson is murdered by one of her own monsters and her remains are eaten by her favorite pet.
When I was eight years old, I was given an assignment to write a book for school. Meet The Places: proof that I was born to be a horror writer. Some background about this book: I’ve posted this … Continued
What happens when a woman who hates animals meets a monster with animals for arms?
The rainbow monster oozes glittery LSD and wreaks a hell of a lot of havoc at a church bake sale — and now Sara Amundson has plunked her goofy ass down in front of a camera to do a performance of this ridiculous piece of horror.
The bed bug monster brings whole new meaning to eat the rich.
A guide to all of the monsters we created in 2014 for the Make a Monster project: 17 pieces of horror flash fiction about the scariest, silliest, batshit craziest creatures our off-kilter minds could invent.
You’ll never make a resolution to better yourself again when you meet the New Year’s monster.