#thighgap by Chandler Morrison
Published by Cemetery Gates Media for the My Dark Library line curated by Sadie Hartmann "Mother Horror"
Cover Art: Justin O'Neal
Title page illustration: Ryan Mills
Los Angeles fashion model Helen Troy wasn’t always skinny. Drastic weight loss has given her everything–money, confidence, attention, respect. Being thin has legitimized her, and starvation has become an addiction.
THE GHOST OF STORMER HILL: A Tom Nolan Book by Craig Wallwork
Published by Underbelly Books | July 1st, 2022
"It should have been perfect. Detective Nolan had found a beautiful woman to love him. The serial killer known as the Doll Maker was dead, and the court of law had served justice to corrupt police officers within his department.
But still reeling from his encounter with the cult known as the Brethren, Nolan was anything...
STARGAZERS by LP Hernandez
Cover Art: Luke Spooner
Don’t read with the lights on…this is My Dark Library.
A collection of novellas curated by Sadie “Mother Horror” Hartmann to represent her favorite themes, tropes, and subgenres in horror fiction today.
Mother Horror presents:
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
Edited by Spencer Hamilton
Artist credit: Original paintings "The Horde" and "Skellyfish" by Niall Hamilton, aka What Lurks Within the Paint (@hamilton_niall on Instagram) Cover designer Kristina of TrubornDesign (@nw.reader on Instagram)
Foreword by Eric LaRocca, author of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke
ON STOLEN LAND by Stephanie Rabig
Cover Artwork: Elderlemon Design
"When a prairie-mad settler murders Milton Allen's brother and his family, the wealthy rancher offers an enormous bounty to bring the culprit in. Ada Marshall and Pearl Beckwourth, bounty hunters with twenty years experience, assume this is yet another straightforward job. But when a fellow bounty hunter is torn to pieces not fifty feet away from their camp, their natural wariness grows, and...