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About Christopher Nadeau
Christopher Nadeau is the author of the novels 'Dreamers of Infinity's Core' and 'Kaiju' as well as over three dozen short stories in various anthologies and magazines. He received positive mention from Ramsey Campbell for his short story 'Always Say Treat,' which was compared to the work of Ray Bradbury and has received positive reviews from SFRevue and zombiecoffeepress. His work has appeared alongside the likes of Mike Resnick and David Gerrold. Chris has also served as special editor for Voluted Magazine's 'The Darkness Internal' which he created.
He promises "Echoes of Infinity's core" was finished years ago and will someday see the light of day. Until then, enjoy his many short fiction offerings.
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Desolation: 21 Tales for Tails is a collection of dark speculative fiction whose stories all focus on themes of loneliness, isolation, and abandonment. Enter into strange worlds envisioned by some of the most inventive authors writing today.
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Fear casts a long shadow, and shadows take many shapes…
From award-winning editor, Jeani Rector, who brought you the terrifying anthology, WHAT FEARS BECOME, comes a wicked brew of spine-tingling fiction. Featuring never before published works from best-selling authors such as Bentley Little, Yvonne Navarro, Scott Nicholson, Melanie Tem, Elizabeth Massie, Earl Hamner, Simon Clark, Cheryl Kaye Tardif, Ronald Malfi, Lisa Morton, Jeff Bennington, JG Faherty and many others, this chilling collection of works also includes a foreword from Joe R. Lansdale.
From classic horror and exciting suspense to Twilight Zone-type speculative fiction with twisted endings, SHADOW MASTERS: An Anthology from The Horror Zine delves into the darkest corners of our nightmares and delivers the shivers.
Table of Contents
FOREWORD by Joe R. Lansdale
THE THING THAT WAS NOT THERE by James Marlow
RED VELVET by Shaun Meeks
THE END OF THE TRAIL by Bentley Little
SAME SEX VAMPIRE WEDDING by Garrett Rowlan
THE CHURCH by Matthew Wilson
HOLODOMOR GIRL by Yvonne Navarro
THE HUNG PREACHER by Scott Nicholson
THE UNKNOWN by Chris Castle
DON’T FEED THE DOG by Rick McQuiston
THE CLASSMATE by Melanie Tem
ABANDONED by Bruce Memblatt
WET BIRDS by Elizabeth Massie
FEARFUL SYMMETRY by Devon Carey
“COME DOWN TO THE STORE, MINERVA!” by Earl Hamner
THE PEOPLE EATERS by Christian A. Larsen
101 DAMNATIONS by Carl Barker
THE TIN HOUSE by Simon Clark
THE CELLAR by Tim Jeffreys
PIG by Michael Thomas-Knight
DREAM HOUSE by Cheryl Kaye Tardif
THE LAST MEMORY by Dominick Nole
THE WOOD WITCH by Jonathan Chapman
THE HOUSEWARMING by Ronald Malfi
I AM THE FEEDER by Christopher Hivner
RED INK by Lisa Morton
SASSAFRAS by John T. Biggs
TOMMY BOY by JM Cozzoli
WILLARD JUNCTION by Christopher Nadeau
SUKA: THE WHITE WOLF by Jeff Bennington
SEEING THE LIGHT by William C. Rasmussen
THEM OL’ NEGRO BLUES by JG Faherty
HAPPY CTHULHU TO YOU by Lance Zarimba
THE GREMLIN by David W. Landrum
FLAME OF FREEDOM by Aaron J. French
REANIMATED by Jeani Rector
THE FAMOUS FILM STAR by Jeani Rector
FOUNDLINGS by Dean H. Wild
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Essays by David Brin and David Gerrold that explore the nature of why we believe what we do.
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Worm Garden by Patrick Lacey
Becoming The Beast by Christian A. Larsen
Sowing The Seeds by Bear Weiter
Hiding by Pete Aldin
Happy Thoughts by Nick Kimbro
When Karen Met Her Mountain by Todd Keisling
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The Eye That Ate The Sky by Alexandre Mandarino
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The Cherry Tree by James S. Dorr
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The Story by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
Choosing My Confession by Meghan Arcuri
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The Face Of Death by Paul Kane
The Wind by Ryan Neil Falcone
Tomb Of The Initiate by Aaron J. French
Thrall by Richard Farren Barber
Evacuation by Jay Wilburn
The Gatehouse by Anna Taborska
Exit To Dove's Tail by Ken Goldman
Motel Impression by Michael Thomas-Knight
Kicks by Carl Barker
Cracks by Jon Ingold
Give Me Convenience by Shaun Meeks
Red Harvest by K. Trap Jones
King Of A Distant Star by Tim Jeffreys
Trauma Children by Lucy Taylor
Cicada by Caren Gussoff
A Feeble Gleam Of Stars by R.W.W. Greene
Letters by Christina Murphy
The Watching Room by Glen Damien Campbell
Destruction: A Plague Story by Bruce Memblatt
What Lurks Below by Peter Baltensperger
The Shadow On The Hill by Peter Mark May
That Sinking Feeling by Lance Manion
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