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Posted by Gillian Whitaker

It is with great excitement that we reveal the list of authors in our upcoming Weird Horror Short Stories book! With a foreword by Mike Ashley, the anthology includes new, previously unpublished fiction, recent work by modern authors, and older classic tales exploring the roots of this fascinating genre. The collection will be able to buy from this June (UK) and July (USA/Canada). Once again, our thanks go to all authors who submitted stories for consideration, and congratulations to the below:

 

Weird Horror

The Place of Revelation by Ramsey Campbell

Flotsam by Daniel Carpenter

The Things from the Woods by Micah Castle

White Noise by Kevin M. Folliard9781839649356

Dark Skies by Anastasia Garcia

The Animal King by Timothy Granville

Isle of the Dead by Steve Hanson

The Brightest Lights of Heaven by Maria Haskins

He Led by Nyx Kain

The Call of El Tunche by Shona Kinsella

Lola by Lena Ng

The Black Ship by Reggie Oliver

Agon by Jason Parent

The Stones Move at Night by Bonnie Quinn

The Blessed Affliction by Eric Reitan

Stray by Cody Schroeder

While the Black Stars Burn by Lucy A. Snyder

From Within by Richard Thomas

Eternal Visions by Chris Wheatley

Exogenous Cephalus Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of the Literature by Maria Wolfe

 

These modern authors will appear alongside work by the following classic writers:

Louisa May Alcott, Gertrude Atherton, E.F. Benson, Algernon Blackwood, Robert Bloch, Robert W. Chambers, Lucy Clifford, Arthur Conan Doyle, H.D. Everett, Francis Flagg, R. Murray Gilchrist, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Hope Hodgson, Carl Jacobi, M.R. James, Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, Arthur Machen, Barry Pain, Edgar Allan Poe, M.P. Shiel, Clark Ashton Smith, Harriet Prescott Spofford and H.G. Wells.

 

This book will be available to buy later this year via book stores, Amazon, and our website page for Weird Horror!

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