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About Stephanie Ellis
Stephanie Ellis lives near Wrexham in Wales in the UK with her now adult family and is a writer of horror and dark fiction and poetry. She is an active member of the HWA.
She is co-editor at small press, Black Angel Press, The Infernal Clock and online at Trembling with Fear (Horror Tree). Her website is https://stephanieellis.org/ where you may occasionally pick up a free story.You can find her on twitter @el_Stevie.
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Fans of Folk Horror, as well as those unfamiliar with it, will find horrors galore in these stories. Themes of rural isolation and insularity, paranoia, mindless and monstrous ritual, as well as arcane ceremonies clashing against modern preoccupations run through these stories.
Nosetouch Press is proud to bring The Fiends in the Furrows: An Anthology of Folk Horror to horror enthusiasts everywhere.
HEaR TODaY … The disease known as MNG-U has staked its claim on humanity and broken the world forever. Most of those who survive have been robbed of their hearing, deafened in this quiet apocalypse. Around the globe, people do what they can to exist in the terrifying silence. Whether in isolation or in new communities, they must persevere amidst a changed and brutal landscape that is now barely recognisable as a world they once knew. Normality has new boundaries; the rules rewritten in the name of survival.
From the world of Dave Jeffery’s A QUIET APOCALYPSE come ten unique stories with one, ultimate vision …
To show what it takes to endure A Silent Dystopia...
J.A. Sullivan; Stephanie Ellis; A.S. MacKenzie; Kev Harrison; Raven Dane; Morgan K. Tanner; John Palisano; David Youngquist; Steve Stred; Tom & Dave Jeffery
Afterword by Chris Kelso
Cover art by Roberto Segate
Cover design by Adrian Baldwin
Were Tales is a collection of scary, thrilling, dark, mysterious, and even humorous short stories and poems of shapeshifters, from the talented minds of Jonathan Maberry, Stephanie Ellis, Gabino Iglesias, Laurel Hightower, Eric J. Guignard, Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason, Shane Douglas Keene, Clara Madrigano, Kev Harrison, Beverley Lee, S.H. Cooper, Elle Turpitt, Catherine McCarthy, Alyson Faye, Theresa Derwin, Ruschelle Dillon, Baba Jide Low, H.R. Boldwood, Ben Monroe, Cynthia Pelayo, Cindy O’Quinn, Sara Tantlinger, Stephanie M. Wytovich, Linda Addison, Villimey Mist, Tabatha Wood, and Christina Sng.
Power? Safety? Love? Revenge?
Here's to the lengths one might go to for everything.
With dark fiction from J.A.W. McCarthy, Avra Margariti, Marisca Pichette, Stephanie Ellis, Christina Wilder, Donna Lynch, Katie Young, Scott J. Moses, Angela Sylvaine, tom reed, Cheri Kamei, Shane Douglas Keene, J.V. Gachs, Tim McGregor, Emma E. Murray, Nick Younker, Jennifer Crow, Joanna Koch, Lex Vranick, Laurel Hightower, Eric Raglin, Eric LaRocca, Daniel Barnett, Bob Johnson, Simone le Roux, Hailey Piper, Bryson Richard, Jena Brown, and Christi Nogle.
Genre legend Ramsey Campbell contributes with an insightful foreword and puts his stamp on another addition to British horror's legacy. All for a good cause, the profits from this anthology will go to fund the NHS' efforts in COVID-19 research.
So explore every corner of this compendium and be pulled into the shadowy depths of the dark isles.
Or the freak show that came through all the way back in 1934?
Want to know why we never cross that bridge at night?
Do you know why we don’t talk about that famous artist or his crazy daughter?
What about the legendary serpent with an appetite for human flesh?
Or the portal in the forest that leads to another world?
Have you heard why every single house on Lincoln Way has been vacant for fifty years?
What about the man-eating beast that prowls the North American wilderness?
Or about the spider-limbed monstrosity that sings while it hunts you down?
An unspeakable entity known only as the Widow…
A water demon with a beautiful face and an insatiable appetite…
A murderous nurse with powers that transcend death…
An unassuming shopkeeper with a gruesome secret…
An ancient horror that holds a small town in thrall…
A forgotten phantom with a thousand faces…
These are just a few of THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT.
Comprising the first three volumes of the bestselling MONSTERS horror anthology series, THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT trilogy is a chilling collection of over 100 folklore-inspired horror stories by an international team of authors ranging from award-winners and bestsellers to visionary newcomers. These stories draw inspiration from the folklore traditions of countries including Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Ireland, Wales, England, Norway, Nigeria, Greece, Poland, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Canada, and the United States, the tales in this three-part collection range from original folktales and chilling myths to information-age monsters and modern urban legends, and everything in between.
Within the 125,460 words of Part III, you’ll find a treasure trove of myths, legends, folktales, urban legends, historical accounts, and stories about horrors, both ancient and modern, that have been hidden, ignored, or forgotten entirely.
Turn on the lights, check the locks, and settle in. You’re about to remember THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT.
- The Meddler, by Matthew John
- Tiger Girls vs. the Zombies, by Lucy A. Snyder
- Dead Between the Eyes, by Adrian Cole
- Alive Again, by Franklyn Searight
- The Night Hans Kroeger Came Back, by Kenneth Bykerk
- The Marching Dead, by Andrew Darlington
- I Wished for Zombies, by D.C. Lozar
- O Mary Don’t You Mourn, by Mike Chinn
- To Die, To Sleep, No More, by Erica Ruppert
- Run, Monster, Run, by Teasha Seitz
- Another Night in Bayou Sauvage, by Chad Hensley
- Kifaro, by Dilman Dila
- But I Love Him, by Scott Wheelock
- Who Wants to Live Forever?, by Angela Yuriko Smith
- The Dead Are Always Hungry, by Christopher Alex Ray
- Zen Zombies, by R. A. Smith
- Cassius Max, by KT Morley
- A Nanotech Samsara, by J.N. Cameron
- Pine in the Soul, by John Linwood Grant
- “Welcome Home”, by Craig E. Sawyer
- Papa Hanco, by Ed Reyes
- They Shall Eat Dust, by Josh Reynolds
- In Shadow Valley, by Nick Swain
- Devil’s Bargain, by by J.F. Le Roux
- Right for You Now, by Andrew Jennings
- E’Zunguth, the Zombie God, by Maxwell I. Gold
- Lazy River, by Kelly Piner
- The New Human, by Shayne K. Keen
- This Little Piggy, by EV Knight
- Life Unworthy of Life, by Stephanie Ellis
- More Blood, by Carson Ray
- This Creeping Cold, by Kevin Rees
- The Body I Used to Be, by Scott Edelman
- Queen of Hearts, by S.E. Lindberg
This anthology includes stories by Ed Kurtz, Hailey Piper, Lenn Woolston, A.K. Dennis, Cynthia Pelayo, Michael Patrick Hicks, Vaughn A. Jackson, Audrey Williams, Villimey Mist, Beverley Lee, Stephanie Ellis, Ross Jeffery, A.A. Medina, Carmen Baca, Ali Seay, and Mitch Sebourn.
The Flashdogs are back with another installment of fierce flash fiction.
Walk through our solstice portal and explore an imaginarium where fantasies become reality. Here, age-old conflicts play out in dreamscapes: good against evil, light against dark, the one against the many. Here, even mundane reality has sharp twists and fine edges.
In doses of a thousand words or less, the Flashdogs will transfix you with their deep, dark tales of the winter solstice (alternate: ...with their hard, bright tales of the summer solstice) and leave you hungry for more.
In a Cave Wall by Dominick Cancilla
Requiem Aeternam by R S Pyne
Bury My Heart, Somewhere Deep by Ian A Bain
Burying the Well on the Wings of a Crow by Herb Kauderer
The Crows of Las Cruces by Kurt Newton
The Box Born Wraith by Kevin David Anderson
The Toddling by Kurt Newton
The Raving by Sheri Vandermolen
Pythia Speaks by Jenny Blackford
Frostfire by Aline Boucher Kaplan
Drowning by Liam Hogan
Digging Up the Past by Chris Mason
Till Death Do Us Part by Kellie Nissen
Digging Up the Dead by Edward Ahern
Buzzing by Lynn White
A Guilty Conscience Needs No Accuser by Fiona Jones
A Light for the Grave by Aristo Couvaras
Whole by Andrew Cull
The Little Helper by Kali Napier
The Garden by Kurt Newton
Tender Age in Bloom by Matthew R Davis
To Leaven His Bones by Amanda Crum
The Witch Tree by Alyson Faye
Jimmy’s Boys by Laura E Goodin
An Afterlife of Stone by Jenny Blackford
Shaft by Kev Harrison
The House Whisperer by Robert Kibble
Playlist by Stephanie Ellis
There is No Such Thing as Dead by Lucy Ann Fiorini
Dead Set by Steve Dillon
Sleeping with the Dead by Alicia Hilton
A Streetcar Named Lugosi by Mike Sheedy