New stories of the weird, strange, and disturbing that all fall into the broad definition of Supernatural Tales
'An Oubliette' by James Machin.
'Selkie: A Scottish Idyll' by Rosalie... More > Parker.
'Just a Snuff at Twilight' by Katherine Haynes.
'Cul-de-sac' by Sam Dawson.
'Dissolution' by C.M. Muller.< Less
She drew nearer, like a lover searching for a kiss.
Jeremy Schliewe: 'Distance'
He lit the lamp and went outside. At once the keening stopped, the shadowy rocks mute and unmoving.
Rosalie Parker:... More > 'Selkie - A Scottish Idyll'
She prodded the fish with her fork, and that was when the weirdness started. Because the fish started moving on the plate, as if it was still alive.
Jane Read: 'Service Charge'
When he received the book in the mail, Klenz had no memory of ever having ordered it.
C.M. Muller: 'Dissolution'
The further he pushed through the more the fog seemed to coalesce into something impenetrable.
James Machin: 'An Oubliette'
“Yes, I must have stepped on something. A nail or a piece of glass. I do tend to go out in my bare feet.”
Katherine Haynes: 'Just a Snuff at Twilight'
The breathing seemed to be a man’s: even, not unnaturally loud, undramatic. It wasn’t the gasping of someone dying, as he had first feared.
Sam Dawson: 'Cul-de-sac'< Less
A magazine of weird fiction featuring leading modern writers of the genre: stories by David Surface, Jeremy Schliewe, David Buchan, Mark Patrick Lynch, Antony Oldknow, Sam Dawson, and Charles... More > Wilkinson.< Less