“Sixteen never-before-published chilling tales that explore every aspect of our darkest holiday, Halloween, co-edited by Ellen Datlow and Lisa Morton.”
A fistful of short horror stories from Robert McCammon, Kevin Lucia, John Little, Lisa Morton, and Mark Allan Gunnells.
A collection of nineteen stories by the “enfants terribles” of the genre — striking and original works by up-and-coming authors writing the fantasy of the future… today.
An investigative journalist known for debunking pseudoscience tests a VR system that treats its patients through scenarios based on horror movies. Nothing bad could come of that, right?
With the Soviets trying to steal body-swapping magic, the FBI asks Aphra Marsh to return to her abandoned hometown of Innsmouth to stop them.
A collection of 28 visions from the grim intersection where desire meets destruction, pulled from Kiernan’s own Sirenia Digest magazine.
A collection of Hap Collins’ younger days growing up in East Texas, and some of his earliest adventures with pal Leonard Pine.
Etta always felt more at home on the road, taking the guise and persona of “Eddy” instead. But when slavers seize her friends and raid her home, Etta vows to avenge them.
A government agent known as the Signalman embarks on an information exchange to learn more about an apocalyptic cult and the deadly fungoid it has unleashed…
Abducted by roach-like aliens, Daniel is forced to undergo experiments where he re-lives history through the eyes of humanity’s most infamous murderers.
A collection of short stories that forms a novella, a surreal tapestry of dark fantastique as only Clive Barker could tell.