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Rebecca collaborated with her Pieces and The View Master partner Michael Aloisi once again for a collection of five tales of monstrous women. All proceeds benefit Children of the Night; eBook exclusive to Godless in January, in print starting February 2024. From Marred Press.
From witches, wendigos, and werecats to sirens, sadists, and serial killers, Rebecca Rowland serves readers a twenty-tale meal of cosmic, creature, and quiet horror in platters heaping with unsettling trepidation.
The most sinister objects of fear are never truly discarded…just repurposed.
Foreword by Mary SanGiovanni. From Dead Sky Publishing.
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. From Dark Ink Books.
An unnamed narrator accepts a position at a flashy publishing company under the tutelage of its charismatic owner and learns that the press is led, and fed, by a literal boogeyman. From Filthy Loot Press
Rebecca's science fiction-body horror-mystery hybrid novella about a scientist who, while attempting to manufacture a cure for blindness, stumbles upon a drug side effect that both intrigues and repels him. WINNER of the Godless 666 Award. From D&T Publishing
Dennis Sweeney did the unthinkable: he killed a local woman, divided her body into thirty pieces, and mailed the sections to random people. Eighteen of the deliveries were reported to authorities. Pieces is the story of the twelve that were never recovered, the possible reasons why their recipients never told anyone about their grotesque discoveries, and the cat-and-mouse game that developed between Dennis and the jaded reporter to whom he chose to document his sick game. From Dark Ink Books.
After rummaging through the attic of his mother’s home, Jack is excited to be reunited with his favorite toy from childhood. He soon learns, however, that sometimes memories can't be trusted, things aren’t always how they appear, and some lost items won't be found without the owner paying a very steep price. From Marred Press.
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Twenty established dark fiction scribes reimagine American history when the consumption of human flesh takes center stage. Released by Maenad Press In eBook, paperback, hardcover, and Audible audiobook.
A horror anthology focused on Generation X, by Generation X writers. Prepare to creep down the memory lane of VCRs, Mtv, Satanic panic, riot grrrls, the milkcarton missing, and more.
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.
A bloody twist on "burying the gays," this dark fiction anthology features LGBTQ+ characters and themes and boasts brand new short stories by sixteen established authors from around the globe. A cornucopia of chilling horror, sci-fi terror, and dark fantasy.
“Believe nothing you hear,
and only one half that you see.”
-Edgar Allan Poe (1845)
Twenty-six writers from around the globe share their literary optical illusions in never before seen stories of portentous visions and haunting memories, altered consciousness and virulent nightmares, disordered thinking and descents into madness.
"The boundary line between instinct and reason is of a very shadowy nature"
-Edgar Allan Poe (1840)
With its twenty-one stories of serial killers and sociopaths, fixations and fetishes, breakdowns and bad decisions crafted by authors as diverse as their writing styles, Shadowy Natures leads fans of psychological horror down dark and treacherous roads to destinations they will be too unsettled to leave.
A collection of new gothic horror stories in tribute to the late Anne Rice where 100% of proceeds go to ARNO, Animal Rescue New Orleans, in her memory. Co-edited with Elaine Pascale.
What might your favorite scary movie taste like if someone were to make it into its own signature cocktail? Look no further than Terror for Teetotalers to discover the answer. With more than thirty recipes inspired by some of the greatest staples in horror cinema, even the most novice of bartenders can experiment with shaking and mixing a new concoction for every evening of October leading up to Halloween.