The Great Tome of Forgotten Relics and Artifacts presents fifteen original speculative tales of magical items, cursed relics, ancient artifacts, and alien devices. Volume One of The Great Tome Series features: The Candle Room by James S. Dorr The Heart of Irelda by Jeff Sullins Her Long Hair Shining by Simon Kewin Digging for Paradise by Ian Creasey Light Bringer by Deborah Walker The Nimrod... [click here for more]
War of the Worlds: Frontlines is an anthology inspired by the classic HG Wells novel The War of the Worlds. For this collection, we asked for stories that revolved around aliens and human beings in conflict. As we put it, "...we realize that wars between man and alien could be fought on many fronts, and in many ways. Feel free to send stories that span time, space, and genres." What we... [click here for more]
“Hungry are the dead, unable to be sated. Still their nation grows.”
Every culture has its tales of ghosts and ghoulies, dead things that stalk the night to prey upon the living. Stories of these creatures have been told around campfires from time immemorial, lending an added chill to the darkness beyond. They have been the subject of countless... [click here for more]
Come celebrate All Hallows Eve in Popcorn Press’s third annual anthology of horror poetry.
Come trick-or-treating with two dozen celebrated poets, in ninety-five haiku and related poems, plus a bonus monster card game!
Come spend the night in a haunted house of verse dedicated to the Halloween holiday. We dare you!
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Bing Crosby's rendition of the song "White Christmas" by Irving Berlin has long been a holiday classic. The snow that begins to fall this Christmas Eve, however, is NOT the sort most people would have been dreaming of. A short work of holiday horror from our Spectres line. ... [click here for more]
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In a near-future world where the car is king and the people are divided between those who ride on a network of highways connecting the glittering hubs of the city, and those left on foot -- the lowly “Peds” -- who inhabit the lands that lie between them, Robert Balkoner has always believed these latter, even if disadvantaged, are... [click here for more]