This intensely disturbing novella has three narrators each of whom are probably unreliable, but this does nothing to hamper Cushing’s vivid storytelling. From the first page we are taken on a journey that considers such themes as suicide, lust and evolution from a dark, sacrilegious
Horror author Nathan Robinson lives in Scunthorpe with his darling five-year-old twin boys and his patient wife/editor. He’s had numerous short stories published by spinetinglers.co.uk, Rainstorm Press, Knight Watch Press, Pseudopod, The Horror Zine, Static Movement, Splatterpunk Zine and many more. He writes best in the dead of night or travelling at 77mph.
Broadway actor turned horror writer. Jack Wallen is as fascinating as any of his characters, and extraordinarily prolific with almost thirty books to his name.
Shebat Legion is the creator of the brilliantly named Vampire Therapy: Chronicles of The Cat’s Ass Boutique. She lives in Ontario Canada and, health permitting, spends her free time walking her dog, Brutus, in the woods, enjoying the solitude.
Stella Coulson, the author of Whitby After Dark, is a green-eyed brunette (sometimes red) who loves writing both stories and poetry. She is a contradiction when it comes to science vs spirituality. A spiritual soul and a keen Darwinist.
Luke Walker has been writing horror and fantasy fiction for most of his life. His novella Mirror Of The Nameless is published by DarkFuse. His collection of horror fiction, Die Laughing, was published January 2015.
Authors Dale Elster and TD Trask announced the release of their debut horror anthology, Deadsville, in September 2015. The book comprises of thirteen horror tales from the horror genre, all of which are set in the fictional upstate New York town of Rock Creek. The
Nicolajayne is a British author with an international fan base. She lives alone with her cats in Blackburn, Lancashire. She loves history and has an interest in the paranormal.