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infinity plus: titles by genre: horror and dark fantasy

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Stories from the back of the brain. A vast array of brilliant and sometimes puzzling pieces of prose from "Arguably the finest writer of short fiction today, in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
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Fish Eats Lion Fish Eats Lion by Jason Erik Lundberg (editor)
Fish Eats Lion collects the best original speculative fiction from Singapore, from emerging writers publishing their first work to winners of the Singapore Literature Prize and the Cultural Medallion. A celebration of the vibrant creative power underlying Singapore's inventive prose stylists, where what is considered normal and what is strange are blended in fantastic new ways. (...more)
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Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes by Claude Lalumière
Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes: Twenty-five dark stories that span a daring breadth of genres. In these noir tales that unfold at the edge of realism, mythic nocturnes from impossible pasts, and disquietingly intimate stories of speculative fiction, Claude Lalumière explores our collective and intertwined obsessions with sex and death. (...more)
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The Fabulous Beast The Fabulous Beast by Garry Kilworth
A set of beautifully crafted tales of the imagination from "the best short story writer in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
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Falling Over Falling Over by James Everington
Sometimes when you fall over you don't get up again. And sometimes, you get up to find everything has changed. Ten stories of unease, fear and the weird from James Everington. (...more)
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In Springdale Town In Springdale Town by Robert Freeman Wexler
Some say Springdale exists only on the contoured highways of our collective imagination. Others point to references dating back to Colonial Boston, to multiple versions of a ballad telling a story of remorse and disgrace. For two people, Springdale is where their lives will intersect with devastating force. (...more)
Closet Dreams Closet Dreams by Lisa Tuttle
Something terrible happened to me when I was a little girl... (...more)
The wives spent every day by the pool – this was where the men had left them, after all. (...more)
Ghostwriting Ghostwriting by Eric Brown
Over the course of a career spanning twenty five years, Eric Brown has written just a handful of horror and ghost stories – and all of them are collected here. (...more)
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Old Soldiers Old Soldiers by Kit Reed
In the room across the hall the old soldier shouts, just as he has done for years... And behind her, something in the shadows stirs. (...more)
infinities infinities by infinity plus and friends: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile
infinities is an anthology; it's a sampler; it's a catalogue for works published by infinity plus and our friends in the writing world. And it's free. Authors are: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile. (...more)
A Writer A Writer's Life by Eric Brown
A haunting novella that explores the essence of creativity, the secret of love, and the tragedy that lies at the heart of human existence. (...more)
A world where islands of rock float on a molten sea, a man whose son flies high while he can only watch, a seaside town held together by the belief of its inhabitants. (...more)
Segue: into the strange Segue: into the strange by Keith Brooke
Sidestep into modern Himalayan legend, join an ocean crossing that traverses more than just the sea; discover an 18th century mermaid incursion, and try to dodge the paparazzi in your head. (...more)
Revisit the haunts of your youth, retell the story of your life, embrace your inner demons. Listen to the voices, go on... (...more)