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
A collection of weird fiction and dark, supernatural fantasies inspired by dreams and nightmares, written by the now-overlooked Edward Lucas White.
In the span of his fifty-five year career, Clifford Simak penned some of the most iconic science fiction ever written: …
Three of Hammett’s early Continental Op stories from October, 1923 issues of the Black Mask pulp: “Arson Plus,” “Crooked Souls,” and “Slippery Fingers.”
An intriguing collection of 22 genre stories written by literary/mainstream authors not usually noted for writing SFF.
Thirteen piece of short fiction, and thirteen nonfiction articles/essays, by the masterful David J. Schow.
A collection of Hap and Leonard novellas and short stories, drawing from earlier, harder-to-find volumes like “Veil’s Visit,” “Hyenas,” and “Dead Aim.”
A career retrospective of one of the greatest living horror writers, 16 of Peter Straub’s best tales of terror, revulsion, and human evil.
A collection of twenty stories dealing with the monstrous. Stories by Peter Straub, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Jeffrey Ford, Gardner Dozois, Adam Nevill, Brian Hodge, Stephen Graham Jones, and others.
The first of Clive Barker’s six-volume horror anthology series, the book that kickstarted his career: six unnerving stories of horror and blood.
“That country where it is always turning late in the year. That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist; where noons go quickly, dusks and twilights linger, and midnights stay.”