Word Weavers first annual Horror Anthology with scary tales from, Jennifer L. Miller, Eric Enck, Jordan M. Bobe, Cassandra Lee, Dave Rex, Jessica Lynne Gardner, Kevin Lucia, John Stanton, Charlotte... More > Emma Gledson, Jane Timm Baxter, Colin M. Maguire, Scott Harper, Matthew Alan Pierce, Stephen W. Roberts and Michael A. Beaudry.The terrifying tales in this anthology are sure to keep you up at night. Get a copy today! Because of some graphic sex and violence parental discretion is advised.< Less
Whether you're an old horror movie fan, or just a fan of old horror movies, "Thriller Theatre" host Margali has a treat for you: a potent brew of vintage tales distilled from many a fine... More > old author. It's a stimulating collection of stories from which many a classic -- and even not-so-classic -- fright film has drawn inspiration, including such rarities as a terror tale reprinted here for the first time in over seventy years!< Less
"The Abysmal Six" is a collection of six short stories the author wrote during his first year of novice authorship. They express and embody horrors inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker,... More > and his own imagination. Originally written in 2007, they have since been rectified and compiled for this peer into the darker places of the mind. First ever publication.< Less
"Arthur Machen Collected Works" is a collection of 23 horror tales and Other Fiction Short Stories by Arthur Machen. This is the biggest collection available as a single title.
Included in... More > this collection:
1. The Great God Pan
2. The Shining Pyramid
The Three Imposters
3. The Novel of the Black Seal
4. The Novel of the White Powder
5. The Red Hand
6. The Hill of Dreams
7. The White People
The Angels of Mons
8. The Bowmen
9. The Soldiers' Rest
10. The Monstrance
11. The Dazzling Light
12. The Bowmen And Other Noble Ghosts
13. The Inmost Light
14. A Fragment of Life
15. The Secret Glory
16. The Terror
17. Dr. Duthoit's Vision
18. Out of the Earth
19. The Great Return
20. Far Off Things
22. A Double Return
23. The Lost Club< Less
Welcome to this very special copy of The Ninth Gate. What you now hold in your hands is the result of six years of hard work in the making, the time and efforts of a great deal of very special and... More > talented friends of ours out there. The Ninth Gate Magazine was a publication that ran from October of 2006 until October of 2008. Inspired by my love of publishing, art and the creativity of others, I began locating people to work with and interview all manner of creative individuals. From vampires, Satanists, witches and Gothic artists, musicians, publishers and business people I found interesting, as well as reviews and articles by other staff members. Over time, fans of the magazine wrote to me and asked about the final issue that never saw print, so I located my files and added them to the end of this work as a special treat you won’t find anywhere else!< Less
Marten Grant dreams about the end of the world, and what he must do to stop it. The good news is that Marten doesn't put much stock in his own subconscious's capacity for divination. The bad news is... More > that Rose Asbury is beginning to believe that Marten's dream is prophetic after all; and if that's true, she will have to betray Marten's best friend, the love of her life, Logan King. Rose's decision will trigger a chain of events that will either be the salvation or obliteration of all life on Earth.< Less
A thriller about land, the struggle for ownership, the occupier and the inheritor, God's Own Country is set in Rhodesia and tells a story of faith and fear, superstition and intrigue. It is a love... More > story but also a tale of conflict and magic, of the darkest kind.< Less
Nick Carter and Hope Maguire had much in common, but Hope was resistant to a relationship with the older, divorced man. Commonality, however, drove the pair together. Neither of them found peace at... More > night. Something haunted their dreams and disrupted sleep. Nightmares were common but could not be recalled. Suffering similar symptoms, they shared a psychologist.
The horrible truth came to light when Nick and Hope were regressed through hypnosis. Matters worsened when Nick’s teenage daughter and her friend disappeared for an extended period of time. Nick feared that the same was done to the teen girls as had been done to him and Hope. Disappearances and lost time became common issues. Something certainly was wrong in the mountains of Virginia.< Less
In this issue we have the four horsemen of horror - on our cover and as featured authors.
There's 'Night of the Wolf' (part 1) by co-editor Nathan J.D.L. Rowark, 'Caleb's Closet' by Sydney Leigh,'The... More > White Noise Inside Her' by Jason Wayne Allen and a 'Delicious Soul' by E.S. Wynn with art from Folter Scarlet.
Also, On the Slab we have Lawrence Santoro of 'Tales to Terrify' podcast and strip action from Austin Hamblin Allen with art from Daniel Patrick Rice plus much, much more!< Less
The Gap in the Curtain
John Buchan is remembered for his spy thrillers like “The 39 Steps” but he also wrote tales of the supernatural. Whether The Gap in the Curtain is a supernatural... More > tale, or science fiction, or horror, is difficult to say. A brilliant but possibly slightly unbalanced scientist discovers a means of lifting the curtain for a moment and gaining a glimpse of the future. This discovery allows six guests in his country house to see, for a brief instant of time, a page from a newspaper from one year in the future. The book then follows the life of each of the six people up to that date a year in the future, and examines the way they deal with the knowledge they have gained. The trick to it is that what they each see is an isolated fact, taken out of context. It can enlighten, but it can just as easily mislead. They know one thing that is going to happen, but they don’t know how and why it will happen. The knowledge turns out to be surprisingly dangerous.< Less
In the darkness anything can happen and often does – if this wild collection of stories is anything to go by! Under cover of the dark many a nefarious and often strange happening is going on,... More > without our knowledge until it’s too late and we are lost…
Thirteen Press authors have come up with a startling variety of stories on the theme of In The Darkness, murder and mayhem breaking loose everywhere.
Come join us in the dark, don’t be afraid, we don’t bite – not too often anyway…< Less
SERIAL KILLER MAGAZINE is an official release of the talented artists and writers at SerialKillerCalendar.com. It is chock full of artwork, rare documents, FBI files and in depth articles regarding... More > serial murder. It is also packed with unusual trivia, exclusive interviews with the both killers and experts in the field and more information that any other resource available to date. Although the magazine takes this subject very seriously and in no way attempts to glorify the crimes describe in it, it also provides a unique collection of rare treats (including mini biographical comics, crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes). This is truly a one of a kind collectors item for anyone interested in the macabre world of true crime, prison art or the strange world of murderabelia.< Less
THE LIFE HE KNEW blends and combines genres, incorporating aspects of classic horror with timeless concerns to tell the transformative tale of Zachary Blaire. An everyday guy by anyone’s... More > standards, Zach is desperate for something greater than the life he’s leading. Bored at work and put off by some of the recent changes he’s seen in his friends, he’s struggling to find his place in a world that’s somehow less than what he expected. But as it turns out, Zach has no idea what he’s talking about – and his perception of what constitutes ‘the real world’ is anything but accurate. Spurred on by the sudden reappearance of his estranged cousin, Ben, Zach finds himself traveling down a new and altogether different path, one full of soul-searching and occasionally terrifying discovery. THE LIFE HE KNEW is a story about human awakenings, every day insecurities, and broadening perspectives. It is a tale of the supernatural set in a real world environment, complete with a cast of ‘creatures’ more pitiable than idealized.< Less
When you read this compilation of stories by E. L. Jefferson you will take a journey that leads down a path to which there is no turning back. They will hold you captive and force you to witness the... More > dark side of the human psyche. You will come face to face with your own dark, and voyeuristic desires; unashamedly you will savor the experience. When you have finished this odyssey you will question not only man’s nature, but your own as well…
A Fathers Sorrow
A man is devastated by a recent loss, what he does in response is unthinkable.
Three Blind Mice
Robbers discover too late that they’ve broken into the wrong home.
A physician with a unique way of solving his patient’s problems.
Illusion of Truth
A couple lived the perfect fantasy, until reality shattered their world.
By chance, four beautiful young women shared an experience that bonded them for life. Then one day, the bond was broken.< Less
What first appears to be a tale of a group of hit-men who botch their assignment for a Los Angeles crime lord, soon becomes apparent that this is a supernatural tale of good vs. evil in a biblical... More > sense, and the hit-men are now being hunted by their former prey, a mysterious man known as The Paladin.< Less
Schlock Magazine: issue 6 is here, with more strips from Ken & Kevin L. Jones, with tales from Gregory KH Bryant, Ian Fletcher, Joseph Farley, and is brought to you by the amazing Gavin Chappell... More > of Schlock Webzine and Horrified Press.< Less
Annie Holle is a well established business woman with a dark past. No one can get close to her. Not for long, anyway. Joe, an unsuspecting friend of a friend, tries to delve into Annie's success to... More > find answers for her peculiar behaviors, but is shocked when he learns more about his obsession.< Less
This book is inspired from true urban legends and stories I heard during my visits to India. Every story is unique and different from the others. Each is a different shade of horror and fear that... More > will amaze you, haunt you and frighten your soul...Read if you dare!< Less