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About Matthew Brady
Matthew Brady is a young writer currently living in Nashville, Tennessee. He attended Belmont University, where he studied writing and literature before earning his bachelor's degree. He is the author of four novelettes through Mannison Press, and his short story, "Midnight Oil," was published in the second volume of Nosetouch Press's "The Asterisk Anthology" (2018), where it won first prize in the Southern Gothic genre.
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Blackberry Blood is the debut anthology from LGBTQA+ run publisher Snow-Capped Press, edited by Aiden Merchant (author of Sickness is in Season and Horrific Holidays) and Julia Lewis (Curiosity Bought the Book). It features a dark selection of short stories and poems from writers you need to know in the genre of emotional turmoil and horror. The cover art was done by the brilliant Gemma Amor (author of White Pines and Dear Laura), and the Foreword was written by Mother Horror herself, Sadie Hartmann.
Foreword by Sadie Hartmann
The Trunk by Scott Cole
Bird Brother by Tabatha Wood
My Abby by Kathleen Palm
Pumpkin Mom by Daniel Barnett
Soul to Keep by Emily Ruth Verona
Victor II by Marisca Pichette
What You Never Wanted by G. A. Link
Piece by Piece by Brennan LaFaro
Pests by Matthew Brady
Night Hunters by Julia Lewis
Though This Feelin' I Can't Change by Janine Pipe
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Occulta Gravis by Juleigh Howard-Hobson
Aftershock by Tabatha Wood
Dinner Guest by Jay Alexander
Sympathetic Cells by Matt Holder
IX by Marisca Pichette
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Genres include horror, psychological horror, science fiction, and speculative fiction with moods ranging from sweet and heartwarming to disturbing and horrific.
Featuring all original stories by:
K. B. Bailey
Benjamin Michael Greene
Deidre J Owen
"The Good, the Bad, and the Cute: The Secret Ways of Dolls" is a Mannison Minibook Anthology published by Mannison Press, LLC.
Some stories contain depictions of violence and disturbing allusions to the deaths of young persons. Discretion is advised.