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

Placement in Xnoybis

XNOYBIS_20cover_20with_20chair_20art_201_20BLUE_20RESIZED_201_20new_20structure_originalI’m pleased to report that my 4,200-word story “A Trace of Darkness” has been accepted by Jordan Krall for his inaugural weird fiction journal, Xnoybis. The tale deals in equal measure with doubles, sleep paralysis, and Hmong culture. The journal should arrive sometime this summer and will contain fiction, nonfiction, art, and a previously unpublished interview with Thomas Ligotti. Mr. Krall is the creative force behind Dunhams Manor Press, publishing limited edition chapbooks by some of the finest and most influential writers in the field.