Welcome New Member Jennifer Brinkmeyer!

The Midnight Society is proud to announce this exciting news.

After an open call for new members and a ton of fabulous applicants, the ghosts of The Midnight Society Mansion have spoken…

Please welcome the fantastic, haunting, and lovely Jennifer Brinkmeyer!

Jennifer Brinkmeyer


Here lies Jennifer Brinkmeyer, all dressed up with no place to go.

She died when a wind came out of the night, chilling and killing her, as she walked the bluffs at Iowa’s Lake MacBride with her lover.

Copies of her undergraduate manuscripts have been looted from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in an outcry of grief. At Graceland University, the same fate befell her master’s research in teaching writing.

Her high school students have asked who the sub is going to be.

A member of the Horror Writers Association, Jennifer enjoyed unweeding her garden, singing “My Sharona” at Prairie Ghost Karaoke, and finding excuses to raid her costume chest(s). Her favorite books were The Great GatsbyLord of the FliesThe RoadHow to Leave HialeahThe Brief History of the DeadThings Fall Apart, and the entire Fear Street series.

On Sunday at dawn, a Viking funeral will send her to the afterlife, Jennifer‘s current manuscript, Seed of Body, in her cold, dead hands. Following the ship’s flaming demise, the family invites you to a brunch of mojitos and comfort food.

For séances to contact Jennifer, please visit these spots:

Twitter            Website


Jennifer will be posting the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sunday of each month. Let me tell you, she is a fantastic writer and lover of all things creepy. There are some fantastic things coming!

Please take a minute to welcome Jennifer in the comments below!

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  • Meg
    August 11, 2014

    I’m sorry to hear of such a heartbreaking loss, but will enjoy celebrating her life by reading her posthumous works on this site.

  • krystal jane
    August 11, 2014

    Welcome, Jennifer! I know I can trust her because of her love of Fear Street. 🙂

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