“He got on the Trailways bus in Galbraith, North Dakota, booked all the way through to Spokane. But the Help Wanted sign at the diner in Cross Creek was calling his name.”
“One House, Five Hauntings, Five Chilling Stories” is the tagline for this anthology of five novellas, each one set in the same nefarious house – Irongrove Lodge
Acts of terrorism erupt across Europe as it enters Union with the Community; it’s up to Rudi and his allies to unravel what’s behind this spreading chaos.
The first collection by South African author Lauren Beukes, Slipping contains 21 short stories in a science fiction/horror vein, along with 5 nonfiction pieces.
Dennis Beaumont returns home to London after the Great War ends, lost in a haze of memories and trauma, haunted by his attempt to save a wounded soldier in the fields of France.
A retelling of the “12 Dancing Princesses” folktale by way of Zelda Fitzgerald and jazz age opulence, descending down a hotel speak-easy into the realm of faerie.
A child is shocked by what he sees, flees to the city, but is brought back to live with his increasingly deranged parent. Hope seems lost, until the arrival of a strange record-taker with a gun.
The surviving members of a ’70s acid-folk band relive their strange days at Wylding Hall for a modern-day documentary, retelling the strange disappearance of their lead singer.
A collection of some great horror short fiction of the last decade, including stories by: Caitlín R. Kiernan, Laird Barron, Gene Wolfe, Brian Hodge, Gemma Files, Lisa Tuttle, Garth Nix, and more
When he delivers an occult tome to an old woman in Queens, a street-smart hustler opens a door to deeper kind of magic and attracts the attention of things best left sleeping…
Industrialist Simeon Krug’s dream is to contact the source of an alien code broadcast to Earth, building his communications tower on the backs of android servitors yearning for their freedom.