G.A. Miller

I write horror stories, with occasional visits to the Twilight Zone... won't you join me?

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G.A. Miller is a new voice in the chorus of horror authors, drawing his ideas from every day, commonplace events that take unforeseen turns down dark corridors, often with horrific consequences. Born between the original Japanese “Gojira”, and the Americanized “Godzilla, King of the Monsters!”, G.A.’s interest in horror developed early on, nourished by televised movies on “Shock Theater” (Hosted by Zacherley, the “Cool Ghoul”), Famous Monsters of Filmland magazines, old issues of the late, great EC Comics, the British Horror Invasion of great films from Hammer Studios…the list goes on. Making a living as a technician, he enjoys stepping away from the digital world, where ones and zeros are absolute, and entering the world of dark imagination, where a single “What If?” can turn normalcy to nightmare in a frenzied heartbeat, and rules of logic do not apply. He's had numerous stories published in a variety of anthologies, magazines and web sites, and his work has also appeared on the Evil Podcast. He's just released a novella titled "Spirit of the Dead", which is available on Amazon.

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Fill 'Er Up

Published Nov 18, 2018 · 1,953 words (8 minutes) · 1 view


This story, as yet unpublished, is one of the ones I've done as an homage to Rod Serling's original Twilight Zone from the '60's. I'm giving first access to this for my subscribers, and I hope you enjoy reading this one.


Ear Wax

Published Nov 17, 2018 · 666 words (3 minutes) · 109 views


I originally wrote this for a call seeking stories of exactly 666 words. It didn't go with them, but Gehenna & Hinnom picked it up for their 2017 Year's Body Horror Anthology. Enjoy "Ear Wax"



Published Nov 7, 2018 · 4,743 words (18 minutes) · 97 views


Mark Baker was a quiet man, kept to himself and tried to avoid conflict, something he'd been unsuccessful at since his high school days. And then he received a letter from overseas...