Divinity – 2021 Vol 1 is a collection of 10 Horror and Fantasy Short stories. It is both creepy and sublime, wondrous and forbidding, yet imaginative and lyrical, packed with heroism, supernaturalism and madness.
2020 Anthology, a collection of 10 Horror and Fantasy Short Stories selected from Darkout – 2020 Vol 1 (January 2020), Dark Matter – 2020 Vol 2 (May 2020) and Dark Blood – 2020 Vol 3 (September 2020) year 2020 publications.
Dark Blood – 2020 Vol 3, September 2020 publication, a new collection of Horror short stories, is fresh, sharp, witty, full of mystery, wonder, torture, blood and totally unpredictable.
The collection includes:
“Jury Duty” by Chad Lehrmann, a writer from Texas, US
“Hazel” by Tatum Ozment, a writer from Buford, Georgia, US
“A Brittle Tuxedo” by Jacob Rothman, a writer from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, US
“Tick” by Ella Dean, a writer from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, US
“The Day She Became The Storm” by Yuliia Vereta, a writer from Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine
Dark Matter – 2020 Vol 2, May 2020 publication, a new collection of Horror and Fantasy short stories, is full of magic, ritual and sacrifice, evil creatures, spaceage and diseases.
The collection includes:
“The Horror Within” by Jacob Belanger, a writer from Canada
“Eden” by Felix Nicholls, a writer from Australia
“Kieran’s Jellyfish” by Ian Douglas, a writer from UK
“Solstice” by Marcus Konma, a writer from the US
“From The Earth” by Silva Chege, a writer from UK
“The Storyteller” by Madeleine White, a writer from the UK, whose full-length speculative, “Mother of Floods”, is published by Crowsnest
Darkout – 2020 Vol 1 is a collection of 10 Horror and Fantasy Stories from the January 2020 Publication.
The collection includes stories from:
Francesca Taylor, a writer from UK, Winner of our “2019 Horror, Fantasy, Gothic, Mystery and Adventure Short Story Contest” and author of horror short story, “A Letter From The Grave”:
“I like to leave the end open and questioning, whether that be with a character’s death or something else…”
Katherine Duncombe from Canada, author of horror short story, “Evil Eyes”:
“…short stories as dreams, or, in the case of horror stories, as nightmares. They’re short but leave an impression. When I’m thinking about writing a short story, I think about what keeps me awake in the dead of night—dreams so vivid and frightening that I remember them years later. Those are the stories that I know will scare others as much as they scared me.”