Vermilion Molly Tanzer
Gunslinging, chain smoking, Stetson-wearing Taoist psychopomp, Elouise “Lou” Merriwether might not be a normal 19-year-old, but she’s too busy keeping San Francisco safe from ghosts, shades,… More
We Leave Together J. M. McDermott
In a city where the rich stage decadent parties as the poor suffer in squalor, where assassins prowl and king’s men keep order with truncheons and force, where gangs of children run like dogs and addicts die in the… More
The Children of Old Leech Ross E. Lockhart et al.
There are Things — terrifying Things — whispered of in darkened forests beyond the safe comfort of firelight: The Black Guide, the Broken Ouroboros, the Pageant, Belphegor, Old Leech . . .
These Things … More
Tales of Jack the Ripper Ross E. Lockhart et al.
1888: One hundred and twenty-five years ago, a killer stalked the streets of London’s Whitechapel district, brutally — some would say ritualistically — murdering five women (that we know of): … More
Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts Orrin Grey et al.
ORRIN GREY LOVES MONSTERS. That is abundantly clear in the stories he spins. No matter where he draws inspiration from, whether the weird tales of Lovecraft, Machen, and Poe or the films of Murnau, Corman, and Argento,… More
Furnace Livia Llewellyn
Horror fiction has long celebrated and explored the twin engines driving human existence. Call them what you like: Sex and Death, Love and Destruction, Temptation and Terror. While many may strive to reach the extremes,… More
The Lure of Devouring Light Michael Griffin
Over the last few years, Michael Griffin has been heralded by critics as an author of breathtaking skill, melding the aesthetics of quiet horror, dreamlike wonder, and the strangeness inherent in the classical weird.… More
The Fisherman John Langan
In upstate New York, in the woods around Woodstock, Dutchman’s Creek flows out of the Ashokan Reservoir. Steep-banked, fast-moving, it offers the promise of fine fishing, and of something more, a possibility… More
A Brutal Chill in August: A Novel of Polly Nichols, the First Victim of Jack the Ripper Alan M. Clark
We all know about Jack the Ripper, the serial murderer who terrorized Whitechapel and confounded police in 1888, but how much do we really know about his victims?
Pursued by one demon into the clutches of another, the … More
Eternal Frankenstein Ross E. Lockhart et al.
Two hundred years ago, a young woman staying in a chalet in Switzerland, after an evening of ghost stories shared with friends and lovers, had a frightening dream. That dream became the seed that inspired Mary Shelley… More
The Raven’s Table: Viking Stories Christine Morgan
The furious clangor of battle. The harrowing singing of steel. The desperate cries of wounded animals. The gasps of bleeding, dying men. The slow, deep breathing of terrible things–trolls, giants,… More
Giallo Fantastique Ross E. Lockhart et al.
An anthology of original strange stories at the intersection of crime, terror, and supernatural fiction. Inspired by and drawing from the highly stylized cinematic thrillers of Argento, Bava, and Fulci; American… More
Cthulhu Fhtagn! Ross E. Lockhart et al.
In his house at R’lyeh, Cthulhu waits dreaming…
What are the dreams that monsters dream? When will the stars grow right? Where are the sunken temples in which the dreamers dwell? How will it all change when… More
Mr. Suicide Nicole Cushing
Like everyone else in the world, you’ve wanted to do things people say you shouldn’t do.
How many times in your life have you wanted to slap someone? Really, literally strike them? You can’t even begin… More