Indie Bookshelf Releases 01/21/22
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** Note! Don’t panic if charity publications disappear from this shelf! We have created a .pdf catalogue of last year’s publications which we hope to make freely available via Horror Tree at some point in the not too distant future. We will also be creating a catalogue for this year’s charity publications and hopefully one for the general Indie Bookshelf as well.
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Generation X-ed is a unique anthology of monster, folk, paranormal, and psychological horror as glimpsed through the lens of the latchkey generation. Twenty-two voices shine a strobe light on the cultural demons that lurked in the background while they came of age in the heyday of Satanic panic and slasher flicks, milk carton missing and music television, video rentals and riot grrrls.
Featuring brand new fiction from Kevin David Anderson, Glynn Owen Barrass, Matthew Barron, C.D. Brown, Matthew Chabin, L.E. Daniels, C.O. Davidson, Douglas Ford, Phil Ford, Holly Rae Garcia, Dale W. Glaser, Tim Jeffreys, Derek Austin Johnson, Eldon Litchfield, Adrian Ludens, Elaine Pascale, Erica Ruppert, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Rob Smales, Mark Towse, Thomas Vaughn, and Thomas K.S. Wake. What they brought home with them after the streetlights came on will terrify you. Release Date: January 26th, 2022
2022 – Happy New Year!
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For details about the anthologies planned, go here.
Did you think Maine has a monopoly on horror? Or that college football holds Ohio’s sole claim to fame?
Truth be told, a multitude of well-known, award-winning authors of horror populate the Buckeye state. Earlier this year, Cracked Skull Press, an assembly of four Ohio-based horror writers, formed with a single goal: to create an anthology of terrifying tales featuring our strange state.
With your support, we seek to raise awareness of our local talent.
That Which Cannot Be Undone: An Ohio Horror Anthology will be published through Cracked Skull Press and is slated to be released in October of 2022.
Our featured authors contributing stories to the anthology include Bram Stoker Award-winning Gary Braunbeck, Lucy Snyder, and Tim Waggoner, and New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Megan Hart. We have also enlisted the editorial skills of Bram Stoker Award-winning Jess Landry.
These are just a few of the wicked weavers of words writing stories for the anthology. Once we reach our fundraising goals, we will invite many more Ohio-based authors.
All the funds raised will help pay the writers, artist and the creation of Hybrids: Misfits, Monsters, and other Phenomena. Artwork from Luke Spooner.
Hybrid Sequence Media is proud to present new stories and poetry from: Jonathan Maberry, Lee Murray, Angela Yuriko Smith, Lucy Snyder, Michael Bailey, Dacre Stoker, Michael Knost, Marge Simon, Bruce Boston, Gene Flynn, Alicia Hilton, Alessandro Manzetti, Romie Stott, Tim Waggoner, D. Harlan Wilson, Cindy O’Quinn, Jamal Hodge, John Palisano, Gabino Iglesias, Philip Fracassi, SL Edwards, John Claude Smith, Jeffrey Thomas, Nicole Givens Kurtz, and Linda D. Addison. With an Introduction by Doug Murano.
on behalf of Stuart and the Horror Tree Team
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Stephanie Ellis is a member of the HWA and writes dark speculative prose and poetry which has been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies. Her work includes the novel, The Five Turns of the Wheel and the gothic novella, Bottled, both via Silver Shamrock Publishing.She can be found at https://stephanieellis.org/ and on twitter @el_Stevie.