Have we ever needed caped crusaders more than today?
Thirteen wildly talented authors join forces to bring you never-before published tales of Superheroes doing what they do—saving the world.
Live vicariously through the Supers of today in the all original series Superheroes and Vile Villains.
Defy the Guild with the lovable, but arrogant Baron Steel, discover what it would be like if a super-powered man played baseball in Will Swardstrom’s Pastime, experience a man out of time, in both senses of the word in Chris Kallias’ Out of Time, and so much more.
Ghost stories, from local myths to full blown horror shows, have been spun around campfires since the dawn of man, passed from generation to generation for edification or simply to frighten and thrill. They lead us along dark side roads, into murky swamps and abandoned houses. Ghost stories bring us face-to-face with the farmer harboring secret graves behind his barn, the old man living next to the cemetery, or the frightened person staring back at you from the mirror. They haunt the listeners and readers and make them want to re-tell them again and again, so they would not be alone in their fear.
Lonely, haunted roads, insanity, ancient curses, and strange creatures that go bump in the night: these are the types of tales that make up the rich tapestry of Maine’s legends and lore, and they are exactly the types of tales you will find within these pages.
Northern Frights is the first anthology from the “Horror Writers of Maine.” There are names in this collection you might recognize, ones you should, and after reading it, ones you’ll never forget. Sit back, keep the lights on, and read some horror from native Mainers.
Only the Light We Make
Since 2010, the world of Adrian Ring has grown, enveloping hundreds of thousands of readers, and creating a cast of characters that are both beloved, and reviled.
Time for more.
Only the Light We Make is the second anthology set in Adrian’s world, and brings in new voices of some of the genre’s most talented authors.
From ‘that day’ to The White Room, from one minute of hell to ten months of survival, these new glimpses into the world of AUD through the eyes and words of new writers is guaranteed to entertain.
New England has a rich, dark history with the supernatural. From this region many writers of dark fiction have fueled their stories. One chapter in history has been the stuff of legends and nightmares: the Witch. Look to ancient mythology or your next door neighbor and you will find them, practicing arts both Dark and Light.
The New England Horror Writers proudly present a new anthology which pays tribute to those whose ancestors were accused, hung, pressed, drowned, or burned at the stake. Enter these pages, wander the hard roads of Colonial America or modern corporate boardrooms, to face the Witch.