No longer merely the mainstay of esoteric readers, weird fiction now has a wide following.
Intersecting themes explore and subvert the Laws of Nature and include the strange, supernatural and fantasy, myth, outré and the macabre, philosophical tenets, ambiguous horror, all embodying transgressive material…
Oh, and a healthy dollop of tentacles.
|Host of the Chameleon by C.C. Parker|
|Folly by David Green|
|The Aquinas Project by Holley Cornetto|
|The Shrike of Cooke County by Jonathan Inbody|
|Wild Caught by Joshua D. Taylor|
|Haruspex by Lillie E. Franks|
|The Halloween Man by Patrick Winters|
|Mr Sunshine by Steve Oden|
|Apparatus by Thomas K.S. Wake|