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Sara Tantlinger is the author of the Bram Stoker Award-winning The Devil’s Dreamland: Poetry Inspired by H.H. Holmes, and the Stoker-nominated works To Be Devoured, Cradleland of Parasites, and Not All Monsters. Along with being a mentor for the HWA Mentorship Program, she is also a co-organizer for the HWA Pittsburgh Chapter. She embraces all things macabre and can be found lurking in graveyards or on Twitter @SaraTantlinger, at saratantlinger.com and on Instagram @inkychaotics
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It explores the dark states of America, unearthing all that is evil, depraved, and eldritch on the cusp of Halloween.
All proceeds go to a charity called 'A Place Called Home', which gives children and teens a chance to have meaningful lives away from the influence of gangland culture in Los Angeles. By purchasing this book, you will be making a real difference to the lives of so many bright, young hopefuls.
Thank you for 'your' contribution!
Her girlfriend, Luna, tries to help Andi battle her inner darkness and infatuation with the vultures. However, the desire to taste dead flesh, to stitch together wings of her own and become one with the flock sends Andi down a twisted, unforgivable path. Once she understands the secrets the vultures conceal, she must decide between abandoning the birds of prey or risk turning her loved ones into nothing more than meals to be devoured.
“Sara Tantlinger’s To Be Devoured capitalizes on our macabre preoccupation with the uglier side of nature, with love that topples into obsession, and with madness that is strangely beautiful in its barbarity. Her writing is equivalent to those unremitting avian beings her protagonist is so enamored of: It will hook its talons through your flesh, sink its neck into the ribboned edges of your wounds, and only relinquish your blighted body when it has swallowed your very soul.”
—Christa Carmen, author of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, winner of the Indie Horror Book Awards for Best Debut Collection
“Vultures, obsession, and an unnatural hunger: What more can you want in a horror story? With To Be Devoured, Sara Tantlinger has done it again as she ratchets up the terror in wonderfully surprising ways while crafting prose that’s always a heady blend of the vicious and the vibrant. A book that's absolutely not to be missed!”
—Gwendolyn Kiste, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Rust Maidens
Pollution. Extinction. Warming. Sea level rise... Mother Nature heard our crimes and found us guilty.
Field Notes from a Nightmare is an anthology of ecological horror, containing 18 stories from some of the strongest voices in indie horror.
Edited by Alex Ebenstein; with a Foreword from New York Times-Bestselling author Tim Lebbon
Cover art and interior illustrations by David Bowman
- A.K. Dennis
- Alexis DuBon
- Jonathan Louis Duckworth
- Eddie Generous
- KC Grifant
- S.L. Harris
- Tim Hoelscher
- Tom Jolly
- Gwen C. Katz
- Joe Koch
- Carter Lappin
- Nikki R. Leigh
- J.R. McConvey
- Matthew Pritt
- Eric Raglin
- Sara Tantlinger
- Gordon B. White
- Alex Woodroe
STORIES BY: Joanna Roye, G.G. Silverman, Stacey Bell, Amy Easton, K.P. Kulski, S.M. Ketcham, E.E. Florence, Briana McGuckin, Annie Neugebauer, Kayleigh Barber, Sam Fleming, Hailey Piper, J.H. Moncrieff, Jessica McHugh, Jennifer Loring, Joanna Koch, Angela Sylvaine, J.C. Raye, Christa Carmen, Juliana Spink Mills, Leslie Wibberley
Josh Malerman New York Times best selling author of BIRD BOX and MALORIE
"Disturbing, evocative, and profoundly haunting, WE ARE WOLVES is a high-def snapshot of the future of the horror genre. It pulls no punches, asks for no quarter, and will leave you breathless. I loved it."
Best-selling author and World Horror Grandmaster Award winner Brian Keene
Once upon a time, there was a woman, and she was tired. Tired of pushing. Tired of being pushed. Tired of feeling alone. Tired of so much.
So she gathered together a pack of wolves, a band of mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, partners, friends, lovers, survivors, victors and brilliant, shining things, and she told them to sing.
And sing they did.
The result is WE ARE WOLVES, a chorus of of terrifying, moving and heart-breaking stories from some of horror’s finest contemporary writers including Gemma Amor, Laurel Hightower, Cina Pelayo, Sarah Read, Hailey Piper, V Castro, Sara Tantlinger, Sonora Taylor and many more.
All proceeds from the sale of this charity anthology will go towards helping the survivors of abuse and assault.
“It takes a wolf to sing for wolves, and these stories sing in the dark”
Kathe Koja, Bram Stoker and Locus Award winning author of The Cipher and Velocities
“We Are Wolves is a collection of stories about survival, violence, vengeance, blood, and how women relentlessly push forward in a world that tries to maul them while asking them to smile. These women will tear you apart and hold you in their hands after, because they are savage wolves, but also goddesses who understand pain, love, justice, and the importance of persistence.”
Gabino Iglesias, author of Coyote Songs
Imagine walking through a dark museum. A painting, basking in the soft light from a sconce, catches your eye. You approach, drawn in by its unparalleled beauty and raw power. Standing there in front of the painting, you are mesmerized, changed in some profound way.
This is the feeling The Macabre Museum aims to evoke in its readers. Each piece we publish, whether it be fiction, poetry, or art, promises to claw at your heart and lie festering in your soul. Our art, like all good art, is timeless, has staying power, and is terrifying in its beauty.
It’s time to break out your new Christmas slippers, rip open a box of chocolates and pour yourself a drink. Lock your doors and get comfy. You’re in for one helluva ride.
Merry Christmas from all of us!
Contains stories by:
Amy Cross, Michael A. Arnzen, Christina Bergling, Andrew Lennon, J.C. Michael, Lisa Morton, Mike Duke, C.S. Anderson, Mark Cassell, Peter Oliver Wonder, Suzanne Fox, Matthew Brockmeyer, James Matthew Byers, Kevin J. Kennedy, Weston Kincade, Matt Hickman, P. Mattern, Mark Fleming, Veronica Smith, Steven Stacy, Chris Motz & Sara Tantlinger.
Edited by Brandy Yassa
This edition promises a mix of styles and horror sub-genres — giving readers the eerie chills of dread, bloody ritualistic horror, the terrors of technology when it develops a consciousness of its own, insanely creative and trippy bizzaro and the desperation love wracks on the heart. Dive in to The Horror Collection!
Benefitting the Pulmonary Hypertension Association and the National Domestic Violence Hotline, Twisted Anatomy contains new stories from some of the best authors in indie horror and science fiction, alongside several new voices guaranteed to suck readers in for years to come.
Please note: The team at Sci-Fi & Scary strongly believe in content warnings. A list of any story's content warning is located at the back of the book. Everyone should be free to read horror, regardless of past circumstances.
Features Stories By:
Red Lagoe, Jennifer Carstens, Ian Fortey, Allyson Shaw, R.J. Joseph, Madeleine Swann, DL Shirey, Nick Stefan, Tabatha Wood, Andrew Joseph White, Sara Tantlinger, Anne Polcastro, Justin Moritz, Alexander C. Bailey, Michael Morar, J.A.W. McCarthy, Byron Alexander Campbell, Jennifer Lee Rossman, Steve DeGroof, A.K. Dennis, J. Danielle Dorn, Cynthia Pelayo, S.H. Cooper, Laurel Hightower, Carina Bissett, Gabbie Frulla, Patrick Barb, Ian Neligh, Lilyn George, and Hailey Piper
Kevin J. Kennedy has once again served up the best of the horror world to bring you an anthology that is packed with creepy tales.
Between these pages you will find over one hundred drabbles, written by a wealth of talented authors. From the best indie horror authors to Bram Stoker award winners and Amazon top sellers. We have monsters, mayhem and madness. Come join us.
Contains stories by:
Billy San Juan
David J. Fielding
David Owain Hughes
Donelle Pardee Whiting
Ellen A. Easton
Eric J. Guignard
James H. Longmore
James Matthew Byers
Joe X. Young
Julian J. Guignard
Justin M. Woodward
Kevin J. Kennedy
Michael A. Arnzen
Robert W. Easton
Terry M. West
Edited by Brandy Yassa