[REVIEW] Elken – by Jay Alexander

Jay Alexander (RIP Nick Harper) is making his folk horror debut with “Elken,” a short story that is beautifully haunting and heavy with atmosphere. The prose are deep and descriptive, poetic and unsettling. This reads like a Harper story, but why wouldn’t it? In fact, it might even be stronger than a Harper story, because…

[REVIEW] Lily – by Daniel Barnett

This is why people read. Books like Lily. Books that knock your socks off. Books that excite you, scare you, fuck you up and leave you emotionally and physically drained. The Nightmareland series has been reinforcing this expertise in my mind since its debut, Nightfall. What sets Lily apart from the volumes that came first?…

[BLURBS] Early Praise for ‘Milk Teeth’ by Andrew Post

“A Laymon-esque backwoods family with a penchant for drinking blood, and a kick-ass young woman protagonist keeping their shit together. Milk Teeth shows us it’s not only the humans in the arse-end of nowhere we need to be afraid of. Part Texas Chainsaw, part Wishmaster, I hope Post creates more stories within this universe as…

[PRESS RELEASE] Damned Hunger – by Aiden Merchant

Coming 9/28/21 to Digital – DAMNED HUNGER by Aiden Merchant Four New Terrors to Tease You for a New Collection (Coming in 2022) “Ravenous” Siblings Sam and Eric stumble upon a portal in the middle of their horse field. On the other side, there exists a canyon that stretches for miles and miles. “Holes” There…