An anthology of short stories by author James Ferace, writer of the Australian short films "Beneath the World" and "Our Own Hell," who has been profiled in publications such as... More > "Pulse" magazine, and who has won awards for his poetry. Includes "The Kinder," "The Days of Temperance," "Wisdom Teeth," and more.< Less
"Playing and dreaming - and that was all. Till once a sleeper would not awake: Kissing the little face under the pall, we thought of the words the third flower spake; and we found betimes in a... More > hallowed spot. The solace and peace of forget-me-not."< Less
"In the solitude of Winter, he found her... Or was it she who found him?"
Little Odessa, a dark night in Winter. A man having domestic issues at home stumbles into a small, out-of-the-way... More > pub to warm himself and crosses paths with a mysterious young woman who speaks not a word of English and apparently is blind, as well. He went out into the night hoping his life would change. Little did he know, it already has.< Less
"...and a child will see all." - "The Kinder" tells the story of a small boy haunted by dreams and nightmarish visions while a killer may or may not be stalking the countryside. ... More > (Based on concepts by Thomas Slocum and James Ferace).< Less
From the author of "Imago Mortis," "Somnambulism," and "All the Ills of the Flesh," comes the all-new anthology "Ockham's Razor: The Mindscape of James... More > Ferace." Called "One of the most exciting new contemporary voices in fiction" by Gregory Norris, author of "The Fierce and Unforgiving Muse," Ferace's writing has been called "Disturbing," "Fascinatingly Grotesque," and "Haunting" by many. Now in this all-new collection, experience some of his most unforgettable work yet, including "Delusions of Grandeur," "The Plague Flowers," "Cathal," and "Blunt Force Trauma."< Less