Cover Artist: Mikio Murakami
Between the covers of Darkest Hours, you will find academics in distress; humans abusing monsters; demons terrorizing people; ghostly reminiscences; resurrected trauma; and occult filmmaking. Ranging from satirical to dreadful, these sixteen stories share a distinct voice: urgent, sardonic, and brutal.
This expanded edition includes a new foreword by Sadie Hartmann (Mother Horror) and author notes for every story describing Thorn’s process, influences, and...
BOOK OF THE WEEK
I WISH I WAS LIKE YOU by S. P. Miskowski
Hi all! I went through a bunch of books this week before landing on the perfect one. Women authors in horror seem to be killing it lately because they’ve all been winners. My latest pick, which will come as no surprise, is a Sadie recommendation. Gosh, does she know her horror fiction.
I Wish I Was Like You by S.P. Miskowski is a phenomenal read. As soon as I...
"A full-throttle descent into visceral terror, Shelter for the Damned grabs you by the throat and never lets go. This haunting tale heralds the arrival of Mike Thorn as a horror writer to watch."
— Jeffrey Reddick, creator of Final Destination
"A terrifying descent into suburban addiction and male shame, Shelter for the Damned is a gripping, uncanny...
"I'll race you to the sun."
Have you ever just identified with a book so deeply that you just can’t stop thinking about it day in and day out? Well, this is the case with The Rust Maidens. Here I am seven months later and this book is still ripping my heart out.
So you might be wondering "Marcy, how can you identify with a book that turns girls into broken glass and metal?" Of course, I myself am not turning into a Rust Maiden but the feel and atmosphere of this book have crept...