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Seven million years on the New Hell Sinday Times bestseller list...
The damned are revolting!
The underworld explodes with excitement as Satan himself rebels against
forces from on high. Or does he? Dreams are dashed and strongholds
topple as the greatest shared universe of all times convulses with
mystery and mayhem.
Shakespeare and Marlowe begin a new play to please the Devil....
Satan and Samael plot to expose the unrepentant damned...
Before Napoleon's eyes, Caesar's villa explodes in chaos...
Goethe finds out that hell is all around him...
Isadora Duncan forgets that dreams can be hell...
Hell's librarian throws a bash and the damned party down... and down... Edited by Janet Morris and Chris Morris. Stories by Janet Morris, Chris Morris, Sara M. Harvey, Nancy Asire, Larry Atchley Jr., Tom Barczak, Jason Cardova, Jack William Finley, Richard Groller, Michael H. Hanson, Yelle Hughes, Sarah Hulcy, Petra Jorns, Deborah Koren, Shebat Legion, John Manning, Ed McKeown, Bettina Meister, Bill Snider, Michael A. Ventrella, David L. Burkhead
All over the netherworlds, worse comes to worst as Hell's Most Unwanted
try assaulting heaven's gates and raise more hell than they bargained
The first Bible writer drafts a deal with the Devil. Attila the Hun learns his punishment's just begun. Mary Shelley and Victor Frankenstein make a monstrous mistake. Bat Masterson and Wyatt Earp get their unjust deserts. Hell's Undertaker goes on holiday. The Damned Poets Society slams away. A nameless soul shows Dorothy Parker that fame is a bitch.
In the underworlds, injustice always reigns: Join us and our damnedest poets for the crookedest poetry festival in perdition where language comes to die and no rhyme goes unpunished.
Hot on the heels of Lawyers in Hell, the New Hell Sinday Times bestseller, comes ROGUES IN HELL...
The war heats up, Satan antes up, and rogues go adventuring as Hell's landlord faces off with Heaven's auditors.
Veteran Hellions sin again and new writers fall from grace.
Victor Frankenstein and Quasimodo develop a vaccine -- with diabolical results...
Satan looses Daemon Grim, the Devil's personal hit man, and damned souls cower...
Bat Masterson finds himself caught between plague victims and Wyatt Earp...
Judas learns you can't teach an old dog new sins...
Calamity Jane and her Sinchester carbine defend hell's last uninfected outpost...
Nietzsche and Lilith, Adam's first wife, face the Beast and come to fiendish accord...
Doc Holliday tries one last gambit, and unleashes all hell's fury...
And there's worse to come, even an excerpt from bestselling author Andrew P. Weston's forthcoming Heroes in Hell novel! If you think life is tough, try the afterlife, where the doctor is always wrong, sinners never win, misery runs amok, and all hell's damned get their just deserts -- eternally.
Created by Michael H. Hanson
Edited by Edward McKeown
Foreword by Halo Jankowski
Introduction by Trent Zelazny
Featuring a new story by the late C.J. Henderson
The mother of all apocalypses, The Sha’Daa, is back, and more terrifying than ever! Multiple portals to horrifying hell dimensions are opening up all across the Earth. But there is still hope. The mysterious Johnny the Salesman is up to his usual tricks, offering dark trades if one is brave enough to accept them. And his latest ally, the immortal tattoo artist Haumea, just might have the answer to saving the planet from destruction. Now if only she can create enough supernatural tattoos in forty-eight hours to turn the tide against evil. Fourteen authors of the macabre offer up twelve gruesome tales of supernatural tattoos in this delightful shared-world adventure.
- Michael H. Hanson
- Edward McKeown
- C.J. Henderson
- Beth W. Patterson
- Arthur Sanchez
- Dina Leacock
- Kacey Ezell
- Vivian Caethe
- Robby Hilliard
- Richard Groller
- Shebat Legion
- Jordanne Fuller
- Christopher L. Smith
- and Leona R. Wisoker
When the world as we know it has ended and all that remains of humanitys earthly ways are the stories that reside within the libraries of the space habitats, the view of humanity can be skewed. In these twenty-four stories is a sample of how the earthly mind worked, how it delighted in terrifying, how it indulged in the horrific. What must our future selves think of us?
This second volume in the Night Chills series offers tales from authors who joined us in Terror by Gaslight, as well as some new and delightful minds. Rie Sheridan Rose, Wayne Borean, R. E. Hinkle, Catherine Stovall, and John Manning himself are among those who have filled the pages of this volume with a sprinkling of humor and a large dose of chills.
Welcome to the world of shadows, cloaked in perpetual starlight; its denizens are a mysterious and frightening breed. And sometimes, just sometimes, their eldritch whispers and murmurs can cross the boundaries of reality and enter our darkest dreams.
Richard Groller and his troupe of dead and living poets pull back the veil in The Book of Night, revealing the terrifying denizens of the shadows. Eerie and hypnotic artwork by some of today’s most chilling artists illuminates the vivid imaginings of the poets.
Apparitions—things seen and unseen at the edge of our vision, or embedded in the corners of our nightmares.
Sweet Sorrow—the pain and poignancy of loss, love unrequited, visions from afar, the pangs of memory, or the last breaths of mortals.
The Autumn People—denizens of the night welcome the Fall and its All Hallows promises.
Through A Glass Darkly—peer through the gloom seeking the moment of revelation, and all becomes clear—or not.
Come, the Night awaits...
- Louis Agresta
- Larry Atchley, Jr.
- Jeff Barnes
- Dean M. Drinkel
- Richard D. Evans
- Jack William Finley
- Allan Gilbreath
- Richard Groller
- Michael Hanson
- Lori Martin
- Chris Morris
- Janet Morris
- Kurt Newton
- Jillian Perkins
- Kimberly Richardson
- Bill Snider
- Angel Weaver
- Ambrose Bierce (1842-1913)
- Rupert Brooke (1887-1915)
- Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564)
- George Gordon (Lord) Byron (1788-1824)
- Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834)
- Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)
- Robert Frost (1874-1963)
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
- William Ernest Henley (1849-1903)
- Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)
- Edward J.M.D. Plunkett, (Lord Dunsany) (1878-1957)
- Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)
- Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
- Michael Bielaczyc
- Paul Bielaczyc
- Bob Giadrosich
- Liz Holland
- Chris Mars