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About Louis Rakovich
Louis Rakovich writes sometimes-fantastical literary fiction. His short stories have appeared in Bartleby Snopes, The Fiction Desk, Criminal Element and other publications. He's inspired by authors such as Truman Capote, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Edgar Allan Poe, and filmmakers such as David Lynch and Andrei Tarkovsky. He grew up in Jerusalem, and now divides his time between New York City and Tel Aviv while working on multiple writing projects, including his first novel – a psychological thriller.
You can find more fiction by him at www.louisrakovich.com, or follow him on Twitter or Instagram at @LouisRakovich.
Collected from the first two years of Bad Dream Entertainment's existence as an online home for eclectic horror and modern fantasy fiction, Dark Little Dreams: An Anthology of Dark Fiction brings readers fifteen imaginative and haunting stories that stray far across the fringes of literature. From lost spirits to buried secrets and workplace oddities, this original anthology presents a surreal compilation of tales from some of the best current authors in horror, contemporary fantasy, and science fiction. Featuring both new and seasoned writers alike, and all with their own uniquely uncomfortable stories to tell, Dark Little Dreams is an authentic and well-rounded collection of short fiction from the darker side of the page.
Edited by Brett Reistroffer, Bad Dream Entertainment proudly invites readers to explore fifteen stories of dark contemporary fiction, featuring the talents of:
Eric J. Guignard, Santiago Eximeno, Christopher Nadeau, MP Johnson, Brian Culp, Mark Patrick Lynch, Louis Rakovich, Travis Burnham, Tim Jeffreys, Robert G. Ferrell, Anna Yeatts, Gerri Leen, Jay Seate, Birney Reed, and Brett Reistroffer.
Dark Lane Anthology Volume Three contains everything readers have come to enjoy in this series.
A host of talented writers: including well-established authors and promising newcomers; from the award-winning K.J. Bishop, to masters of quiet horror such as Charles Wilkinson, Rebecca Llloyd, and Deborah Walker.
Stories rich and strange: leeches that suck misery, a town plagued by ravens, a motivational speaker whose talks cause suicides, horrific fairground attractions, giant slayers, deals with the devil, and sentient selfie-sticks.
Yep. All waiting within these pages.
Scares. Shocks. Laughs. Food for thought.
Dark Lane Anthology Volume Three is a showcase for all kinds of speculative fiction, including science fiction, horror, fantasy and many stories that tip-toe through the margins.
Introduced by Louis Rakovich and featuring two of his own unpublished compositions, aswell as interior artwork from a numbers of talents, Dark Lane Anthology Volume Three will take pride of place on the bookcase of any fans of literary weird fiction.
The stories in this book are by Rebecca Llloyd, Louis Rakovich, Tim Major, Tim Jeffreys, James Everington, L.S. Johnson, David Elliott, Damon King, F. Charles Murdock, S.P. Lazarus, Beau Johnson, Matthew Lett, Rhoads Brazos, Stewart Lowe, Jeremiah Murphy, Keldra Crich, Patrick Centerwall, Andrew Knighton, and Jeremy Hill.
Did you ever go camping as a kid and sit around the fire at night listening to scary stories?
These Creepy Campfire stories have that classic campfire feel to them, but they’ll also scare the socks off of you! Prepare to be thoroughly creeped out!! Ghosts, monsters, zombies, paranormal phenomena, the sky is the limit. These creepy tales are the new classic campfire stories for this century, and they certainly qualify as EXTREME Horror!!!
Featuring works from the newest crop of modern horror writers, including:
Kerry G.S. Lipp D.M. Kayahara
Joseph Rubas Ken Goldman
Gerry Huntman Josh Shiben
Jay Seate Edward Ahern
Adrian Ludens Gillian French
Louis Rakovich Ellen Denton
Kris Ashton Mike Thorn
Bernard McGhee Ken MacGregor
James Coplin Adam Millard
Robert Essig & Jack Bantry
The nine stories in this volume continue The Fiction Desk's tradition of showcasing the best new short fiction. They will take you from a dingy London pub to an open lake in rural America, from a future under the tyranny of social media to a recent past mired in conflict, and from a housing estate in shock to the end of civilisation as we know it.
This volume also includes the winners of the first Newcomer Prize for Short Stories.
Die Booth - Whole Wide World
Jacki Donnellan - I Don't Blink
S R Mastrantone - Just the Stars to Look Up To
Matthew Licht - Mental Pictures
Tim Dunbar - A Series of Circles
Adam Blampied - The Cobble Boys
Mark Newman - Before There Were Houses, This Was All Fields
Richard Smyth - Sky Burial
Louis Rakovich - Jonathan