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About Glen Krisch
A native of the Chicago suburbs, Glen Krisch hopes to add to his list of ghosts he's witnessed (two), as well as develop his rather pedestrian telekinetic and precognitive skills. His novels include Amazon Bestseller WHERE DARKNESS DWELLS, THE NIGHTMARE WITHIN, NOTHING LASTING, ARKADIUM RISING, ECHOES OF VIOLENCE, and LITTLE WHISPERS.
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The intoxication from a pint of vodka, the electric buzz from snorting cocaine, the warm embrace from shooting heroin--drinking and drugging provides the height of human experience. It's the promise of heaven on earth, but the hell that follows is a constant hunger, a cold emptiness. The craving to get high is a yearning as intense of any blood-thirsty monster. The best way to tell the truths of addiction is through a story, and dark truths such as these need a piece of horror to do them justice. The stories inside feature the insidious nature of addiction told with compassion yet searing honesty. Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of accidental deaths, and some of the most incredible names in horror fiction have tackled this modern day epidemic.
A WICKED THIRST, by Kealan Patrick Burke
THE ONE IN THE MIDDLE, by Jessica McHugh
EVERYWHERE YOU'VE BLED AND EVERYWHERE YOU WILL, by Max Booth III
FIRST, JUST BITE A FINGER, by Johann Thorsson
LAST CALL, by John FD Taff
TORMENT OF THE FALLEN, by Glen Krisch
GARDEN OF FIENDS, by Mark Matthews
RETURNS, by Jack Ketchum
1. A thing with the potential to kill men.
2. A dead branch caught precariously high in a tree which may fall on a person below.
3. A dark fiction anthology of prodigious size; large enough to use as a doorstop... or crush a man's skull.
A few months ago one of our own, James Newman, was severely injured in a freak accident. He's known universally in the horror fiction community as a truly great guy, and, when the news broke of the incident there was no shortage of people who wanted to help. Inside the pages of this collection, you will find tales that are lighthearted mixed in with stories that will fuel your nightmares, each one with the potential to be a WIDOWMAKER.
The following 47 fellow authors and poets have contributed their words to this benefit anthology and 100% of the proceeds will go to help the Newman family. Enjoy this massive collection and thank you for your aid.
Charles R Rutledge
Gary A. Braunbeck
James A. Moore
Mark Allan Gunnells
Mary Genevieve Fortier
Mercedes Murdock Yardley
Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason
Shawna L. Bernard
Tracy L. Carbone
Usman Tanveer Malik
But every evil has its origin. As Kip Redfield carves a path of annihilation through what remains of Chicago, he recalls a time long before the explosion of the electromagnetic pulse, a time when he spent a carefree afternoon making new friends along the very same lake shore.
Sometimes memories change the future. Sometimes memories are better off forgotten.
A stand-alone novella set in the Brother's Keeper series, readers can enjoy reading THE HOLLOWED LAND before or after the first novel in the series, ARKADIUM RISING.
This edition now includes two bonus short stories set in the same universe.
Growing up, the Grant brothers were close, but as they reached adolescence they drifted apart, taking opposite paths into adulthood. Straight-laced Jason works for a small-town newspaper. Marcus is into drugs, violence, and self-destruction. When Marcus finds salvation and sobriety after joining the Arkadium, he reaches out to his brother, wanting him by his side to record the new prehistoric era—the Arkadium's era.
Jason faces a choice: join his brother in the destruction of humanity, or die like one of the millions of innocents who will fall in the Arkadium's ascent.
Krista Forrester and her family return to her childhood lake house to say goodbye to her dying grandfather. His last wish is to spend his final days surrounded by family. It's a time to reminisce, a time for togetherness and love. But the family's return awakens both forgotten memories and the unsettled spirits tied to the land.
Sometimes memories are better left buried.
Krista never wanted to return to the lake house. She hasn't been back since Breann, her childhood friend, disappeared from the sandy beach right outside her back door. Her disappearance left behind both lingering sorrow and many unanswered questions. Was Breann a victim of a now-convicted serial killer? Will Krista and her family succumb to the evil bound to the lake house? Is Breann still somewhere close, waiting to be discovered? What are those melancholic little whispers Krista hears in the middle of the night?
Only by confronting the tragedies of the past can Krista guarantee her family's future.
by Glen Krisch
Twenty-five years ago, Noah Berkley's childhood was stolen from him.
Twenty-five years ago, he lost the first and only love of his life.
Twenty-five years ago, someone died at his hand.
Only now, after all these years and spurred by the death of his father, does Noah Berkley believe he can face the memories he buried in the winter of 1984.
But sometimes memories aren't the only things we recover when we reopen the wounds of the past...
Below a town struggling to survive both the Great Depression and the closing of the local coal mine, lives an immortal society built on the backs of slavery and pervasive immorality.
It’s all noise, until it’s not.
Sometimes the syllables connect,
sometimes with multiple iterations.
Sometimes, miracles happen, and
single notes become grander,
something bordering on scripture;
quick quips to elucidate or obfuscate.
Poetry can connect or bury.
It bruises or heals.
It’s all the same.
It’s humanity writ large.
Unless, it’s not.
Eliana and her younger brother, Felix, struggle to subsist in the ghetto. After being wrongly accused of theft, the ghetto police chase the children through the city market.
When the children seek shelter in an apartment building, they are saved by Leo. With no other place to go, he helps them escape to the only place possible—within one of his paintings.
A fantasy novella rooted in historical detail, The Painter from Piotrków is a story about undying love in a time of war.