Dark Conjurings: A Short Fiction Horror Anthology
is a 2020 Ben Franklin Award Finalist
(IBPA Book Awards) in Fiction: Horror!
“Six gripping tales from new voices in horror and fantasy. Each story in this collection opens a window into a world of dark imaginings where nightmares stalk and shadows linger. Within these pages, you’ll find ghosts and ghouls, monsters and magic, murder and mayhem. Enter friend, but be cautious, lest you find yourself lost in these dark conjurings.”
Foreword by Sarah Read
Edited by Delia Remington
Cover and Interior Graphics by Cassy Crownover
Table of Contents:
Six great tales by six great up and coming horror/fantasy authors. I think the foreword by Sarah Read sums it up best in that fresh talent isn’t bogged down by convention. (I’m paraphrasing and she put it far more eloquently than I could.) There’s a wonderful level of enthusiasm to each of these stories….I will be looking forward to seeing more work from any of these authors.
“This is my editorial debut, and I’m thrilled and proud of the work that went into it. Each of the authors breathes new life into classic tropes, deftly subverting reader expectations and providing surprises and chills along the way. The foreword by Sarah Read is a delight, showcasing the reasons why she is such a powerhouse of insight and creativity in the genre. And the cover design and interior graphic work by Cassy Crownover gives the entire collection a thematic cohesiveness I absolutely adore.
As for my own story contribution, “The Doctor and The Lady” depicts Mary Shelley as she conducts research vital to her horrific classic creation, Frankenstein, in a story that blends historical fiction and horror.”
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