Rebecca's short dark fiction collection, The Horrors Hiding in Plain Sight, was featured in an "asking strangers about their favorite books" TikTok video!
"I have not yet read an anthology that Rebecca has been a part of that I haven't enjoyed" -
The World According to J YouTube book reviews
"The quality of the writing is excellent...a very enjoyable read and so I highly recommend getting a copy of Pieces"
-Karen Ruffles, Scream Fix
“What Rowland does best is get into the minds of the characters who border on insanity…she shows the reader that the mind and humans are truly the scariest thing in the world”
–Horror After Dark
"Writer/editor Rebecca Rowland proves herself a wily curator of the macabre"
-Shawn Macomber, Rue Morgue
"Rebecca Rowland’s 'Bent' wins the Most Cringe-worthy Story honor with her twisted tale of extreme body horror. Her well-drawn characters seem to come off the page but God forbid they do."
-Randy Chandler, The Year's Best Hardcore Horror
"[Rebecca Rowland] should be applauded for producing such a solid and wide-ranging collection which bravely avoids supernatural horror; she has a wicked sense of humour, explores surreal situations with panache and tackles some tough uncompromising areas of everyday horror"
-Tony Jones, HorrorDNA
The Horrors Hiding in Plain Sight and
Ghosts, Goblins, Murder, and Madness both made Ellen Datlow's list of The Best Horror of the Year (2018)!
Rebecca's story, "Extinguishing Fireflies," made Tony Jones' Best Horror of 2020 list on Ginger Nuts of Horror (12/22/20)
In February 2019, Elaine Pascale highlighted twenty-eight of those writers who fit the profile of
"The Ones You Don't Bring Home to Mama" and featured Rebecca Rowland and her story "Boundaries."
In February 2020, Elaine Pascale featured Rebecca again in her WiHM collection
"Final Girls with 2020 Vision" with "New and Perfect."