Doppelgängers!

Twice-told 3d Cover“If you thought that the old gothic trope of the double is tired and stale, think again.”
—Dejan Ognjanovic,
Rue Morgue

This book does for doubles what only uniqueness can.
Des Lewis, Real-Time Reviews

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Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles features 22 unique visions of the Doppelgänger.

Here is the table of contents:

“The Last Salvador” — Tim Jeffreys
“Details That Would Otherwise Be Lost to Shadow” — Clint Smith
“Zwillingslied” — Patricia Lillie
“Static” — Chris Shearer
“Stuck With Me” — Shannon Lawrence
“The Fifth Set” — Charles Wilkinson
“Murder Song” — Craig Wallwork
“The Final Diagnosis of Doctor Lazare” — David Peak
“Endangered” — Jason A. Wyckoff
“The Half-Life of Plastic” — Esther Rose
“Eidetic” — Steve Rasnic Tem
“They Are Us (1964) : An Oral History” — Jack Lothian
“Birds of Passage” — Gordon B. White
“The Half-Souled Woman” — Nina Shepardson
“Released” — Timothy B. Dodd
“As With Alem” — Farah Rose Smith
“The Fall Guy” — Tom Johnstone
“Scordatura” — Jess Landry
“Stringless Puppetry” — C.C. Adams
“The Bath House” — Tim Major
“Picky Yunn” — J.C. Raye
“One Last Mile” — Erica Ruppert

Published on February 22, 2019

Cover art is by Yaroslav Gerzhedovich (via Shutterstock)

 

Hidden Folk

Hidden Folk Cover

Cover art: Yaroslav Gerzhedovich (Shutterstock)

“Remarkable…The best stories do a lot in a very short space.”
—Brian Evenson, author of A Collapse of Horses

“The writing here is so assured it’s hard to believe it’s a debut.”
—David Longhorn, editor of Supernatural Tales, on “Vrangr”

My debut collection, Hidden Folkcontains twelve previously published tales that first appeared in venues such as Shadows & Tall Trees, Supernatural Tales, and Weirdbook. I am thrilled to finally be releasing this volume, and I hope you will be well-pleased with its “strange and darksome” contents. Thanks so much for your support.

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“Muller’s stories are sorrowful and stay in my head like folk tales…They haunt me long after finishing them.”
—Christopher Slatsky, author of Alectryomancer

“An excellent, enigmatic, and precise examination of the topography of the weird. Recommended!”
—Michael Kelly, editor of Year’s Best Weird Fiction

“An author of strange fiction to keep a close eye on.”
—Simon Strantzas, author of Nothing is Everything

“A landmark collection.”
—Des Lewis, Real-Time Reviews

Nightscript — Vol. V

N5 Cover 1Today I am thrilled to reveal the contents of volume five of Nightscript. As with previous years, the quality of submissions was outstanding, making it particularly difficult to narrow down the final ToC. I would like to extend a big note of thanks to everyone who submitted tales for consideration. As ever, it was a privilege to read your work.

Here, then, are the “nightscripters” of 2019:

Mother Sylvia — Patricia Lillie
The Brambles — David McGroarty
American House Spider — Shannon Scott
The Plague Victim — Samuel M. Moss
Sometimes We’re Cruel — J.A.W. McCarthy
The Orchard — Sean Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Kett — Sam Hicks
Jason’s in the Garden — Simon Strantzas
The Parchment Thief — M.K. Anderson
The Border — Dan Stintzi
Sin Deep — Tracy Fahey
Paradise Point — M.R. Cosby
The Surgeon — Mary Portser
The Surrey Alterations — Charles Wilkinson
Eternal Roots of Lane County — J.C. Raye
Wed — Brady Golden
The Valley — Casilda Ferrante
Sitting Shiver — Adam Meyer
One For the Wolf — M. Lopes da Silva

Volume V will be released on October 1st. Until then, I hope you’ll check out the previous editions of Nightscript, available in either print or e-edition. (New to the anthology? Check out this Special Bundle Offer.)

Thank you for your patronage and support!