Sixteen Small Deaths: A Collection of Stories
Sixteen Small Deaths is a collection of short fiction that will break your heart, shatter your soul and unravel the boundaries of space and time.
Sixteen Small Deaths is a collection of short fiction culled from nearly a decade of work from Boston-based author, Christopher J. Dwyer. The stories in the collection skirt the edges of noir, horror and science-fiction, sometimes bringing the hazy boundaries of all three genres together within a single piece. Sixteen Small Deaths will take the reader on a journey of heartbreak and terror while diving into the dark recesses of the mind.
Timothy J. Jarvis
An obscure writer disappears, a typescript is found. Is it fiction, perhaps the author's last novel, or something far stranger?
Stories of language, the mind, absence and the gutter.
An ambitious publisher goes bankrupt, leaving behind a catalogue of extraordinary and improbable books. The characters in After the End all confront, in different ways, the question: what happens once everything is over and done with?
Noir, surrealism, comicbook asides and dystopian, hardboiled moments collide with snapshots of contemporary culture in Andrez Bergen's bag of tricks.
As the nineteen eighties reach their high watermark, a family realises that it is not wealth they are obsessed by, but the devil.
Carrie Jane Knowles
A literary magic carpet ride.
Daniela I. Norris
Eleven tales from the beyond - for the heart, mind and soul.
a short book of twelve stories about a magical, gentle yet dangerous Jesus written from the perspective of some lesser known characters of the New Testament.
Follow the strange, lustful and horrific journey of Sandy Beech as he is ensnared into the realm of African witchcraft.
London, 1858: a child is dead, a man is blamed, and dragged through hell - why is he persecuted and who is his persecutor?