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About P.L. McMillan
To her, every shadow is an entry way to a deeper look into the black heart of the world and every night she rides with the mocking and friendly ghouls on the night-wind, bringing back dark stories to share with those brave enough to read them.
"Someone suggested to me that McMillan might be one of the next great cosmic horror writers and if [The Space Between] is a good indication of her talent and imagination, I'd say they could well be correct." - The Miskatonic Review
Check out her website at www.plmcmillan.com
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Tonight’s forecast calls for terror…
Survivors trapped in a sunken vessel find themselves hunted through the depths by a deadly adversary. A skeptical journalist discovers the sinister inhabitants of a fake haunted house are all too real. And a husband commits murder to protect his wife, only to learn he has created something even more dangerous…
A dark and stormy night of terror awaits in Scare Street’s latest bone-chilling collection. This sinister volume contains fourteen tales of terror and supernatural horror. And each story brings you deeper into the dark realm of nightmares.
As you devour each tale with morbid delight, black clouds roll across the sky. Thunder rumbles in the distance, and jagged lightning screams above.
Be sure to close the window. You wouldn’t want to let the storm inside. After all, this is perfect weather for ghosts and ghouls to roam the night…
This volume features the following stories:
1. A Sinking Feeling by Warren Benedetto
2. The Winter Cabin by Nate Lock
3. How to Make a Troll by Andrew Jensen
4. Mistress Edge’s House of Horrors by P. L. McMillan
5. Groundhog Day by John Wayne Comunale
6. Into the Shadows by B. D. Prince
7. The Rancher by Al Hagan
8. Trial by Water by Renee Miller
9. Sugar Day by Peter Cronsberry
10. A Cold Day in Helheim by Kohl Neal
11. Testing Times by Kris Ashton
12. Coming Home to Mansion Hill by C. B. Channell
13. The Backward Man by Caleb Stephens
14. Dead Dogs and Murdered Men by Ron Ripley
Feel the summer breeze at Salem Willows and smell the scent of mulled cider drifting down Derby Street. See the wharf from a birds-eye-view, feel your toes in the sand while the sun sets over Dead Horse Beach, and find the secrets that reside in the very cracks of three-hundred-year-old tombstones in the Old Burying Ground. Spend a night among ghosts and witches and know the magic of Salem, where myth and legend collide with truth. Do beware, dear friends, for the Witch City has a dark side, and there is more to those legends than what you might read in the pages of a dusty old book. Remember to look over your shoulder, for you never know what shadows follow you down that dimly lit corridor.
A neighborhood won't let its residents forget the past. One taste draws two lovers into a nightmarish addiction. A harsh winter forces strange creatures down from the mountains.
At sea level, where it's safe, things like this can't happen. But when you're sky high in Denver, Colorado, anything goes...including your sanity.
Beware of Terror at 5280', a horror fiction anthology featuring dark tales set in and around Denver and the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, penned exclusively by local authors.
Terror at 5280' is a Denver Post Bestseller and winner of the Fiction Anthology category (and finalist for Horror Fiction) in The 2020 Best Book Awards from American Book Fest.
Edited by: Josh Schlossberg, Gary Robbe, Melinda Bezdek, Bobby Crew, Desi D, Lisa Mavroudis, Thomas C. Mavroudis, and Jeamus Wilkes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface - Denver Horror Collective
Foreword - John Palisano
The Depths - Matthew Lyons
Laffing Sal - Lindsay King-Miller
This Was Always Going to Happen - Stephen Graham Jones
Electric Stalker - Rebecca S.W. Bates
Gaze with Undimmed Eyes and the World Drops Dead - Carina Bissett
Grave Mistake - Joshua Viola & Carter Wilson
There is Something Up There - Joy Yehle
Scrape - Gary Robbe
The Copper Door Karma Jar - Cindra Spencer
Block 12 - Thomas C. Mavroudis
A Place for Cady - Melinda Bezdek
Taste - Henry Snider
Chronic Cold - Josh Schlossberg
The Dead Spot - Angela Sylvaine
The Ghosts of Cheesman Park - Grace Horton
Old Golden Road - Jay Seate
If I Shall Wake - Desi D
The Blue Lady - Sean Murphy
Mountain Lovers - Bobby Crew
Left Behind - P.L. McMillan
Deep Veins - Travis Heermann
That Time Maggie Ghosted Me - Jeamus Wilkes
Last Words: Cannibal Kings and Queens - Larry Berry
A nurse wakes up in a hospital basement surrounded by the bodies of her coworkers and finds herself waging a desperate battle for survival against an unseen enemy. An introverted artist’s hermitage upon a private space station is interrupted by a multi-limbed alien intent on absorbing him. A woman stalked by a sadistic killer through an apocalyptic landscape decides to make one last defiant stand against her tormentor, or become his next work of living art.
And many more stories…
Featuring works by: Scotty Milder, Michelle Tang, Amelia Gorman, S.R. Miller, Jude Reid, Maggie Slater, J.C. Martinez, Richard Beauchamp, P.L. McMillan, M.J. Mars, Jay Wilburn, Eric J. Guignard. Published by Dark Peninsula Press. Edited by Aric Sundquist. Cover artwork by Mikio Murakami.
Edited by Amber Newberry & Laurie Moran
Cassandra Arnold- The Hood
Brad P. Christy- Welcome to New Awlins
Erin Crocker- Dead Weight
Pamela Q. Fernandes- Raven’s Call
Klara Gomez- Losing Your Marbles
Joshua James Jordan- Les Morts of the Big Easy
Hillary Lyon- In the Time of the Honeysuckle Moon
Ellery D. Margay- The Vorago
P. L. McMillan- Danse Macabre
Laurie Moran- The Slimy Underbelly
Jonathan D. Nichols- Fires of April
Richard Pastor- Checkmate
Nathan Pettigrew- The Farewell Quarter
Corrine Phillips- One Hundred and One
Brian Malachy Quinn- The Night of the Thirteen
J. Benjamin Sanders, Jr.- The Last Ballad of Nikki Stone
Jonathan Shipley- Sibylline Green
D.J. Tyrer- Momus
Bret Valdez- The Grunch
In this special double-sized issue, new fiction from P.L. McMillan, Max D. Stanton, Matthew Penwell, John S. McFarland, Ibai Canales, Charles D. Shell, Joanna Costello, Konstantine Paradias, Hugh McStay, Jeff Johnson, and Mark Mellon await your eyes and minds. An interview with dark fiction's most promising young voice, author T.E. Grau, awaits to compel your thoughts towards the macabre and morose. Last but not least, reviews for Neill Blomkamp's experimental short film series, OATS STUDIOS, request your undivided attention and opinions.
Embrace the Unknown.