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About Shane Hawk
Shane Hawk is the author of the Indigenous horror collection, ANOKA, and the co-editor of NEVER WHISTLE AT NIGHT, an anthology of Indigenous dark fiction (forthcoming, Fall 2023 from Penguin Random House). He lives in San Diego with his beautiful wife. Learn more about him by visiting shanehawk.com.
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MY GRANDMA'S BLURB:
"Please find another hobby. This is too horrible for words. How can you imagine someone enjoying this?"
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!
Spacefaring researchers disturb an ancient horror. An enchanted object curses a grieving widow. A haunted reel torments a film student. A murder trial hinges on a chilling testimony.
In Howls From Hell, sixteen emerging horror writers pave the way for the future of the genre. Fans of dark and macabre fiction will savor this exhibition of all-original tales born from one of the fastest-growing horror communities in the world: HOWL Society.
With a foreword by GRADY HENDRIX, this anthology unveils the horror writers of tomorrow with spine-tingling stories from:
Amanda Nevada DeMel
M. David Clarkson
Joseph Andre Thomas
“Quality horror by true believers—who can write. What more can you ask for?”
-Stephen Graham Jones, New York Times bestselling author of The Only Good Indians
"No two stories are alike in this carefully curated anthology—a chorus of fresh voices unafraid to search the depths of hell for the darkest horror and gouge it onto the page."
-Laurel Hightower, author of Crossroads
“An anthology for horror devotees by horror devotees, Howls From Hell first pays homage to horror’s venerable tropes, then blows them away.”
-J.D. Horn, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The King of Bones and Ashes
“Howls From Hell gifts us with sixteen imaginative nightmares from some of the freshest voices emerging in horror and dark fiction. The stories in this collection are fierce and delightfully wicked. I’m certain we’re going to be reading a lot from these writers for years to come.”
-Cynthia Pelayo, two-time Bram Stoker Award-nominated poet and author