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About Carmilla Voiez
She is passionate about horror, the alt scene, intersectional feminism, art, nature and animals. When not writing, she gets paid to hang out in a stately home and entertain tourists.
Carmilla grew up on a varied diet of horror. Her earliest influences as a teenage reader were Graham Masterton, Brian Lumley and Clive Barker mixed with the romance of Hammer Horror and the visceral violence of the first wave of video nasties. Fascinated by the Goth aesthetic and enchanted by threnodies of eighties Goth and post-punk music she evolved into the creature of darkness we find today.
Her books are both extraordinarily personal and universally challenging. As Jef Withonef of Houston Press once said - "You do not read her books, you survive them."
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Book One: Earth
Book Two: Air
Book Three: Fire
Lilith serves no man. Instead she seduces Star, assuring her that there is no shame in love, only completion. Thus begins a strange and terrible love triangle that leads them to Scotland and the Cairngorm mountains.
An LGBT love story full of horror and dark fantasy - be careful what you wish for.
Winner of HFA's Horror Author of the Year, Fear Venture's Author of the Year (2014), Best Horror Release by The Three Bookateers (2014) and nominated for the Commonwealth Book Prize. Starblood is the first book in a series - Psychonaut, Black Sun, and Ribbons continue Star, Satori and Lilith's stories.
A graphic novel based on this award-winning novel is also available, illustrated by Anna Prashkovich.
Vampires lurk and zombies scowl
Full moon rising over shadow and sin
Thick fog and whispers on the wind
Welcome to our Beautiful Nightmare...again.
"This is my dream book, I can't believe it exists!"
--Jeff Burk, author of Shatnerquake and The Very Ineffective Haunted House
Klarissa Dreams Redux is an anthology of stories and poetry by a myriad of authors, set against the paintings of Klarissa Kocsis and produced by her daughter, author, Shebat Legion.
Klarissa Kocsis has contributed to the Toronto, Ontario, Canada art scene for over twenty years, regularly exhibiting within the city where she has won numerous juried competitions. She is a painter who specializes in egg tempera, and has earned a reputation for portraiture and nudes.
Shebat Legion is a breast cancer survivor and an advocate for breast screening. She is a consummate storyteller and has been printed and reprinted in numerous anthologies including her own anthology of short stories called Hubris. Legion is also responsible for the creation of Vampire Therapy, which includes a full-length novel, Jackson and Eva, as well as an illustrated collection of short stories set in the Vampire Therapy universe called, The Chronicles of The Cats Ass Boutique: Seasons and Reasons.
Proceeds directed to the Peterborough Regional Health Centre Foundation and affiliated charities.
Klarissa Kocsis - Dianne Tchir - Alan Torok - Marko Katic - James McCuaig - Shebat Legion - Joel Eisenberg - Nettie Eisenberg - Jocelyn Williams - Michael H. Hanson - Daniel Arthur Smith - Rivka Jacobs - Andrew Robertson - Randy Michaud - Michael S. Walker - Carmilla Voiez - Deanne Charlton - Lorinda Taylor - ZZ Claybourne - P.K. Tyler - Phoebe Tsang - Rebecca Poole - Scott Carruba - Ken Tizzard - Milton Davies - Marilynn Carter - Peter Bergerson - Dr. Kent David Tisher - Jef Rouner - Erika M Szabo - Brent Meske - Beverly Alexander Vye - Skye Knizley - Debbie Starrett - Ann Stolinsky - Nellie Smith - Brian Finley - Nely Cab - Joe DeRouen - Jessica West - Beth Patterson - Robert Allen Lupton - Paul DeThroe - Julie Dundas - Gregg Chamberlain - D.S. Foster - Mike Casto - Latika Karani - Faith Marlow - Baer Charlton - Elizabeth S. Wolf - Duncan Swallow - Charles Barouch - Joe Bonadonna - Justin Sandler - Rue Volley - Andrew K. Tempest - Margaret R. Blake - Teresa Carawan - Anita Reeder Hardister - Theresa Nyenhuis - Lissette E. Manning - Janice Bell - John H. Howard - Mary McGillis - Gwyndyn Alexander - Samuel Peralta
Works and Authors Include:
Back-Draft, by David Storm
Just a Kiss Away, by Jef Rouner
Sex Magic, by Carmilla Voiez
Fight or Flight, by Glen W. Hunter
Predator and Prey, by Nina Stevens
The Last Dance, by Dionne Rowland
In the Dark, by Nina Stevens
Like Mushrooms, by David Storm
Cup Cake Cat, by Dagmar Travener
How to Catch a Selkie, by Carmilla Voiez
Bringing Me Alive, by Angel Edenburn
Hitched, by Mike Casto
For the Lust, by Deborah Noel
Whispers, by Nina Stevens
For a Yueji's Smile, by Sergio Palumbo
The Fallen Ones by Nicola Jayne Taylor
Zofia's Secret, by Catrina Horsfield
Blood Drenched Eyes, by Pamela Osmond
Tonight, by Angel Edenburn
Take My Hand, by Jovan Jones
Britain struggles to rebuild after the crushing devastation of the Great Flood.
Those in power have formed a new regime in the wake of the disaster. Whether it is a hard-won utopia or an oppressive nightmare depends entirely on gender. Unmarried women have no legal rights or protection, and their access to education and employment is limited to ensure their servitude. Yet a fire burns within them to prove they are far from the weaker sex, and their rebellion seeks to tear down the patriarchal rule.
Cerys and Gloria have very different dreams, but a common enemy. Joining an underground alliance, they discover a group of scientists in possession of a weapon powerful enough to change society forever.
Their radical solution is not without great risk. Failure means death or imprisonment. Success could land them in a seat of authority, over a society that loathes them, without the requisite skills to thrive.
Psychonaut is the second book in the Starblood Trilogy and the sequel to Starblood. With art by Anna Prashkovich, Psychonaut the graphic novel is a colourful treat of fantasy and horror. There are no heroes in this dark fairy tale.
"Carmilla Voiez is more of a singer than a writer. She tells her compelling story in a hypnotic, distinctive voice that brings her eerie world vividly to life." Graham Masterton
“Psychonaut is a book of mad impulses, inner vision, sadism, escape and belief. You feel uncomfortable reading it, like Alex strapped to the chair in Clockwork Orange being taught to feel sick at atrocity. Rather than leave us crippled by response, though, Psychonaut bears you through the hurt towards the only paradise we can be assured of...a love past fault.” Jef Withonef, Houston Press.
Salon of Lost Souls
Impatient for Death, a Love Story
Dance The Ghost With Me
This collection includes some stories which contain descriptions of violence, mental illness, sexual assault, self-harm, body dysmorphia and bullying. Trigger warnings for each relevant tale will be as accurate and comprehensive as possible.