We thought we’d give you a sneak peek of the cover art for the new anthologies that are scheduled to be released over the next few weeks. George Cotronis created the cover art for Things That Go Bump in the Night, and Anna Repp created the cover art and beautiful interior illustrations for the Little Red Riding Hood Anthology Straying from the Path. The cover art for StereoOpticon was created by Wendy Dinkelberg. Deena Fisher created the cover art for the Maiden Mother Crone and Needles and Bones anthologies.
Bump is an anthology of horror short stories, each section of which is introduced by Tim Mulcahy’s unique world view, beginning with “Monday Night at the Vampire lounge” (which is available for just a little bit longer as a standalone tale in our bookshop!). Straying from the Path is an anthology of stories about a reimagined Little Red Riding Hood. You’ll be amazed at what these authors came up with. StereoOpticon is an anthology of tales directed at our young adult audience, but don’t let that keep you from reading it. There are some amazing stories here.
The Maiden Mother Crone anthology explores female power and sexuality. It is definitely not suited for readers under the age of 18, but don’t expect it to be all happy sex and magic. Needles and Bones is a collection of surreal—and sometimes disturbing—tales of reinvention and imagination.