Cover Reveal- THERE'S MORE OF US THAN YOU KNOW: A Queer Horror Anthology Benefitting the Trevor Project
THERE'S MORE OF US THAN YOU KNOW A Queer Horror Anthology Benefitting the Trevor Project
Foreword by Eric LaRocca, author of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke
Twenty-five Women from the worlds of Horror Fiction and Illustration coalesce into an unholy union and drag the blackened heart of Classic Gothic Horror into modern daylight. In the process,...
BLACKBERRY BLOOD: A Dark Selection of Poetry and Fiction
Edited by: Aiden Merchant & Julia Lewis
Cover Artist: Gemma Amor
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Jill and I are thrilled to announce our latest Women of Horror anthology, SLASH-HER and let you know that the call for general submissions is now open!
This is a slightly different format to our usual anthologies and will be a standalone project rather than Volume 5 of our 'Women of Horror' series. One of the things that makes this a separate endeavour is we have a mixture of invited contributors as well as the open call.
Anthology Smackdown! “Echoes” vs. “Hex Life”
I have recently finished two highly anticipated new-release anthologies, “Echoes” and “Hex Life”. I wanted to write an article comparing them based on my drastically different experiences with each book. Before the actual smackdown starts, let’s learn a little more about each competitor.
“Echoes”, edited by Ellen Datlow, is an anthology of ghost stories. There are thirty stories compiled, totaling in at an impressive 781 pages. Ellen Datlow is known for her popular annual “Best Horror of the Year” anthologies, plus she has...