Literally Dead: Tales of Halloween Hauntings released!

Beyond delighted to have helped bring this wonderful collection of Halloween stories to the world alongside Gaby Triana! It’s a gorgeous book (if I may say so!) filled with top-notch Halloween goodness.

Literally Dead: Tales of Halloween Hauntings
Do you love All Hallows’ Eve? Ghost stories? Tales from beyond that leave you feeling unsettled while walking to the kitchen at night? The orange-and-black vintage Halloween aesthetic? Haunted houses with shuttered windows?

Edited by Gaby Triana with John Palisano, this anthology of 19 short stories by some of the most terrifying names in horror is the perfect collection for a dark and stormy October night. Featuring tales to make you hide under the covers by: Jonathan Maberry, Gwendolyn Kiste, Catherine Cavendish, Tim Waggoner, Jeff Strand, Sara Tantlinger, Lee Murray, Alethea Kontis, Lisa Morton & more.

JONATHAN MABERRY – “When You See Millions of the Mouthless Dead Across Your Dreams in Pale Battalions Go”

LISA MORTON – “Halloween at the Babylon”

TIM WAGGONER – “No One Sings in the City of the Dead”

JEFF STRAND – “Ghosts of Candies Past”

LEE MURRAY – “The Ghost Cricket”

GWENDOLYN KISTE – “A Scavenger Hunt When the Veil is Thin”

SARA TANTLINGER – “How to Unmake a Ghost”

ALETHEA KONTIS – “The Ghost Lake Mermaid”

CATHERINE CAVENDISH – “The Curiosity at the Back of the Fridge”

SCOTT COLE – “Postcards From Evelyn”

DENNIS K. CROSBY – “Bootsy’s House”

STEVE RASNIC TEM – “When They Fall”


MAUREEN MANCINI AMATURO – “A Bookstore Made of Skulls”

HENRY HERZ – “The Ghosts of Enerhodar”

JEREMY MEGARGEE – “Always October”

DANA HAMMER – “A Halloween Visit”

DAVID SURFACE – “The Crawlers in the Corn”

EVA ROSLIN – “Pink Lace and Death Gods”

With an introduction by Lynne Hansen


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