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FRESH FEAR: An Anthology of Macabre Horror* is a collection of horror from some of the genre’s best writers of dark fiction. In the introduction, a selection from W.J. Renehan’s The Art of Darkness: Meditations on the Effect of Horror Fiction, we are reminded that, “Horror serves to reconnect us with our primal selves, provides temporary respite from the droning conditions of modern life.” 

With over 450 pages, Fresh Fear is packed with stories written by both masters and up-and-coming maestros of the horror genre. Tales steeped in psychological horror sit alongside visions of strange worlds and fantastical landscapes drenched in blood. ‘Quiet horror’ sits comfortably next to more visceral portrayals of the monsters that lurk deep within the human heart. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, famously once said, “where there is no imagination there is no horror” – the horror expressed by the authors in Fresh Fear show that imagination is indeed tantamount to excellent story-telling.

Prepare yourself for 28 tales of fear-inducing horror from some of today’s best authors of dark fiction.

Authors/Stories 
Scathe meic Beorh – God of the Wind 
Robert Dunbar – High Rise 
Ramsey Campbell – Welcomeland 
Lily Childs – Strange Tastes 
Lincoln Crisler – Nouri and the Beetles 
Jack Dann – Camps 
Thomas Erb – Spencer Weaver Gets Rebooted 
Brandon Ford – Scare Me 
Carole Gill – Raised 
Lindsey Beth Goddard – The Tooth Collector 
JF Gonzalez – Love Hurts 
Dane Hatchell – ‘takers 
Charlee Jacob – Inside the Buzzword Box 
K Trap Jones – Demon Eyed Blind 
Tim Jones – Protein 
James Ward Kirk – Block 
Roy C Booth & Axel Kohagen – Just Another Ex 
Shane McKenzie – So Much Death 
Shaun Meeks – Perfection Through Silence 
Adam Millard – The Incongruous Mr Marwick 
Christine Morgan – Nails of The Dead 
Billie Sue Mosiman – Verboten 
Chantal Noordeloos – The Door 
Don Noble – Psych 
WH Pugmire – Darkness Dancing in Your Eyes 
William Todd Rose – The Grave Dancer 
EA Irwin – Justice through Twelve Step 
Anna Taborska – Out of the Light 


*WARNING: R 18+ – Contains graphic scenes of violence and psychological horror. Not suitable for younger readers. 

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Source: Carole Gill’s Dark Fiction Blog

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