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Divinity – 2021 Vol 1, a new collection of 10 Horror and Fantasy Short Stories, comes from 6 countries, across 3 continents and includes Winners from our Go Green Prize, Fantasy Prize and Horror Prize. It’s 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.”