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“What Rowland does best is get into the minds of the characters who border on insanity…she shows the reader that the mind and humans are truly the scariest thing in the world”
–Horror After Dark
"Writer/editor Rebecca Rowland proves herself a wily curator of the macabre"
-Shawn Macomber, Rue Morgue
"Rebecca Rowland’s 'Bent' wins the Most Cringe-worthy Story honor with her twisted tale of extreme body horror. Her well-drawn characters seem to come off the page but God forbid they do."
-Randy Chandler, The Year's Best Hardcore Horror
"[Rebecca Rowland] should be applauded for producing such a solid and wide-ranging collection which bravely avoids supernatural horror; she has a wicked sense of humour, explores surreal situations with panache and tackles some tough uncompromising areas of everyday horror"
-Tony Jones, HorrorDNA
A forensic technician from a quiet Massachusetts suburb does the unthinkable: stalks a local woman, abducts her, separates her body into thirty pieces, and mails the sections to random Americans across the country. Each postal box that Dennis Sweeney prepares contains an ambiguous note and a piece of Julie Piedmont. Most of Sweeney’s intended recipients contact the authorities about their gruesome packages, but twelve of the parcels go unreported...
Featuring twenty-one different voices hailing from five different countries and eleven states, this anthology of Halloween-themed stories provides a wide-angle lens at what comprises the unique expanse on horror fiction today.
Come to life in seventeen stories of psychological horror, the residents of Rebecca Rowland’s universe dwell in the everyday realm of crime and punishment tempered with fixation and madness. There are no vampires, zombies, or magical beings here; instead, what lurk in this world are even more terrifying. These monsters don’t lurk under the bed or in the shadows, but they will unsettle you more than any supernatural being ever could.
A yearly collection from Red Room Press, a division of Comet Press, showcasing the extreme, harder side of horror: stories that break boundaries and trash taboos.
Featuring Rebecca's story "Bent"
The horror anthology from TH Publications, hitting shelves October 2019!
Featuring Rebecca's previously unreleased story "The Thing That Goes Bump in the Night"
The newest Women in Horror anthology from Twisted Wing Productions, hitting shelves February 2020!
Featuring Rebecca's previously unreleased story "Extinguishing Fireflies"