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About Adam Millard
Adam Millard is the author of twenty-six novels, thirteen novellas, and more than two hundred short stories, which can be found in various collections, magazine, and anthologies. Probably best known for his post-apocalyptic fiction, Adam also writes fantasy/horror for children and Bizarro fiction for several publishers. His work has recently been translated for the German market.
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EyeCue Productions has brought together some of the brightest names in independent horror, to shock, scare and frighten you. With a diverse range of stories, there is something for everyone inside. Not only will this anthology keep you entertained for hours, you'll also get a nice warm glow inside, knowing that you've helped a charity.
Contains original work and reprints from:
Alice J. Black
Duncan P. Bradshaw
L de Clifford
Kayleigh Marie Edwards
David Owain Hughes
Benedict J Jones
Damien Angelica Walters
Delve inside these pages, and pray that you don't become...Trapped Within.
But in '78, after being outwitted by that year's 'final girl', Pigface found himself trapped (and a little bit on fire). Presumed dead, Larry Travers disappeared, but his legend lived on.
It's 2014. Now living in the woods with his overbearing - and slightly antique - mother, Larry's old enough to play bingo and enjoy jigsaw puzzles without feeling guilty. But the urge to kill has returned, and Larry thinks he still has what it takes to be a homicidal lunatic.
Pigface is back. Trouble is, he's not as young as he used to be...
Table of Contents
1.ROOM SERVICE by Michael Schomaker
2.A TASTE FOR LIFE by Patrick Freivald
3.THE G.A.T.E. by James Pratt
4.LOST ALLEYS by Jeffrey Thomas
5.CIGARETTES AND MURDER by Kerry G.S. Lipp
6.THE TANK by Rob Smales
7.WHEN THEY TURN ON YOU by Maggie Carroll
8.THAT THING SHE USED TO CALL RING by Johannes Pinter
9.WATER by Jeani Rector
10.INDIAN CARPET by Chris Reed
11.THE CHASE by K. Trap Jones
12.THE MICROWAVE TOWER by Julianne Snow
13.CORPUS DELECTABLE by Sydney Leigh
14.LAST WORDS by S.C. Hayden
15.IN THE LONDON FOG by Doug Robbins
16.WORLDS COLLIDE AND THEN SEPARATE by Vince Liberato
17.STAY by Devlin Giroux
18.HUNT by Michael Schomaker
19.HEADLIGHTS by Mark Slade
20.SABBATICAL IN THE OHIO METHLABS by Joe McKinney
21.CHRISTMAS NIGHT by Christopher Conlon
22.THE MILE LOW CLUB by Rebecca Fung
23.PARTY FAVORS by Chris Leek
24.CAULIFLOWER by Chris Reed
25.SICKNESS UNTO DEATH by A.J. French
26.BLACK GOLD by Jeff McFarland
27.CRUEL MADAME by Naching T. Kassa
28.TATZELWURM by Nicholas Paschall
29.DAISY EYES by April Bullard
30.PARASITIC by C.L. Hesser
31.THE THING IN THE RIVER by J.T. Seate
32.TESTAMENT OF FLESH by Bruce L. Priddy
33.LOVER’S LAMENT by Marc Shapiro
34.ROBERT by Charles D. Bennett
35.URBAN LEGEND by J. T. Seate
36.THE ITCH by Julianne Snow
37.GONE AWRY by Adam Millard
38.SKIN SIN by Shaun Avery
39.THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY by Rick McQuiston
40.LIQUID: by Robert Friedrich
41.EVIL JIMMY by Michele Tallarita
42.CROSSROAD BLUES by Marc Sorondo
43.THOSE FOUR FALLS by Justin Hunter
44.STAY SCARED by Rick McQuiston
45.THE MEMORY OF LOVE by Peter Adam Salomon
46.THE EGG SAC by Ken MacGregor
47.SKRATTI by Nicholas Paschall
48.BLOODLESS by William Holden
49.SELF HELP by Raymond Gates
50.SCORNED by Winifred Burniston
51.*Bonus Tale* THE BOX by Matt Drabble
Featuring: Graham Masterton, Taylor Grant, Maynard Sims, Ralph Robert Moore, Claude Lalumiere, Aaron J. French, Adam Howe, John McIlveen, C.W. LaSart, Lucy Taylor, Jeff Gardiner, Christian A. Larsen, Shaun Meeks, Mandy DeGeit, Cameron Trost, J. Daniel Stone, Kenzie Mathews, Eric LaRocca, Stacey Turner, Jenn Loring, Kenneth W. Cain, Ken MacGregor, Bear Weiter.
The ten stories in Carnage: After the End – Volume 1 are the terrifyingly harsh and brutal realities those survivors must face. Each one takes us to a place where humanity’s stragglers are forced to battle with enemies outside of their control; mutant beasts, groups of depraved and desperate people, and the terrifying threat of a dwindling food supply. Their fight for survival gets even more difficult as they search among the tatters of civilization for the will to carry on.
In a world where society has collapsed and terror lurks around every corner, no one can be trusted and nothing can be taken for granted.
Hell has invaded and happy endings are a thing of the past…
Contributing Authors in Volume One are Kimberly A. Bettes, Shane Cashman, Shane R. Collins, Laura Diamond, Rodney James Galley, Michael Griffin, Russell Linton, Adam Millard, Christofer Nigro, and Julianne Snow.
Stories by: Joanna Parypinski, Lucy Taylor, Dona Fox, Eric J. Guignard, Lucy Snyder, Stephen Gregory, Daniel Braum, Simon Bestwick, Peter Straub, Lisa Mannetti, Daniele Bonfanti, Ramsey Campbell, Gregory L. Norris, Michael Bailey, Marge Simon, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Frazer Lee, Paolo Di Orazio, Dennis Etchison, John Palisano, Brian Evenson, Michael Hanson, Edward Lee, Tim Waggoner, Gene O’Neill, Jonah Buck, David J. Schow, Anthony Watson, Bruce Boston, Michael A. Arnzen, Adam Nevill, John Langan, Alessandro Manzetti, Clive Barker, Lisa Morton, Jodi Renée Lester, Jeremy Megargee, Nicola Lombardi, Adam Millard.
Edited by: Alessandro Manzetti & Jodi Renée Lester
So, You Want To Write About Zombies?
Learn secrets, opinions, styles, and get advice on creating your own zombie story, from 44 Masters of the Zombie Genre, whether they're talking about books, short stories, movies, television and influences for your work, and talk about their own Undead Tales.
Neil Kloster * Mark Clodi * Richard Lee Byers * Joe McKinney * Jason S. Hornsby * Rie Sheridan Rose * Christian Jensen * Mainak Dhar * JD Gillam * Mark Justice * Michael D. Griffiths * Dane Hatchell * T.S. Charles * David Moody * Todd Brown * Craig DiLouie * Lee Pletzers * Andy Taylor * Kevin Coryell * Brent Abell * Sharon M. White * Kelly M. Hudson * Chantal Boudreau * Carole Gill * Marissa Farrar * Tim Waggoner * W.D. Gagliani * David Lee Summers * Lou Antonelli * Shawn M. Riddle * Keith Gouveia * Ian DG Sandusky * Tony Monchinski * David Dunwoody * DA Chaney * Adam Millard * Thomas Scopel * Jeremiah Coe * Jasper Bark * Ray Wallace * Eric S. Brown * Blaze McRob * Kate Madison * Armand Rosamilia
A gang of twelve-year-old boys are trick-or-treating in London. Off in the distance, they hear the discordant chimes of an ice-cream truck. It seems strange to hear on a cold autumnal night, but their thoughts of maximizing their candy haul soon dismissed its incongruous melody… until they saw the rusting hulk idling in the shadows at the end of the street, its driver a faceless shadow.
That was the night he took one of them.
Years later, Halloween is fast approaching and Tom Craven is still haunted by the events of that dark night, especially the fact that their friend was never found. Increasingly plagued by horrific visions, Tom returns to the place where it all began, only to discover he's not the only one who can feel it. His friends have already arrived and are preparing for a battle which could get them all killed.
The Ice Cream Man is back… and he’s come for the ones that got away.
A high powered CEO undertakes a highly unusual therapy to take his career to the next level…
A mother frantically searches for the child as the world burns…
Featuring new fiction by Adam Millard, Matt Shaw, Bracken MacLeod, John Boden, Duncan Ralston, Rich Hawkins, Glenn Rolfe, George Daniel Lea, Tim Curran, WD Gagliani & Dave Benton and Kristopher Rufty.
A charity anthology.
Edited by Jack Bantry & Kit Power
H. P. LOVECRAFT
JOHN LINWOOD GRANT
S. L. EDWARDS
and TOM LYNCH
Cover art by Lucas Korte
Interior illustrations by Fufu Fruenwahl
Edited by Scott R Jones
Martian Migraine Press: The Best Kind of Headache
It is the premiere of Larry 3D (or Larry 3-SQUEEE, thanks to the assholes behind its marketing campaign). Based upon true events (no, seriously!), the film recreates the rise, demise, and reanimation of Larry ‘Pigface’ Travers – a remarkable performance by Willem Dafoe which critics are already calling, “Unhinged!” and, “Truly awful!”.
But when the film starts rolling, the terror becomes all too real. Somehow, Pigface has passed through the dimensions, escaped the movie and landed himself slap-bang in the middle of reality. And now he has a theatre filled with horny teenagers to butcher. Magically pursuing a group of survivors in and out of classic horror films – Psycho, Dawn of the Dead, Suspiria, and an accidental stop-off in Labyrinth (where a battle with Jareth’s crotch almost sends him back to the grave) - Pigface targets his highest body-count to date.
Only one man can stop him.
And that man is Willem Dafoe.