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About Tiffany Morris
Tiffany Morris is a Mi'kmaw/settler writer of speculative fiction from Kjipuktuk (Halifax), Nova Scotia. Her work has appeared in Apex, Nightmare, and Uncanny, among others. Her debut poetry collection, Elegies of Rotting Stars, is forthcoming from Nictitating Books in 2022.
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Twenty-six stories inspired by the magic of Kate Bush. Generations of creatives have been influenced by her work, and compiled here are stories that undulate between horror and fantasy, light and dark, Love & Anger—parallel to the atmosphere evoked from Kate's art.
Including stories by:
- Maria Abrams
- Patrick Barb
- Die Booth
- David Busboom
- Adrienne Clark
- Wendy Dalrymple
- Jameson Grey
- Zac Hawkins
- Chris Hewitt
- TR Hitchman
- Sarah Karasek
- Joe Koch
- Kirby Kellog
- Nikki R. Leigh
- Remo Macartney
- Leee McHugh
- Tiffany Morris
- Wesleigh Neville
- Paulette Pierce
- Sam Richard
- Leo X. Robertson
- Madeleine Swann
- Thomas Thorogood
- Max Turner
- Susan Vita
- Katie Young
Strange things happen on Halloween. All Hallows Eve is the single night where the veil between the living and the dead is opened. And now spirits, monsters, and candy will collide!
Seventeen authors and illustrators set out on a horrific journey to set the record straight. What really happens on Halloween night? Trick or Treating is not all fun and games. There are more tricks than treats scattered through these pages. Sure, All Hallows eve can be a scream. But sometimes, it’s straight-up murder.
Halloween Night: Trick-or-Treat is a middle grade and young adult horror anthology that takes place on Halloween night.
Read if you dare! You're in for a scare!
Big Brother Zombie by Evan Purcell
Give Us Something Good to Eat by Rie Sheridan Rose
Halloween Ritual by Amy Giuffrida
Haunter by Ryan Bartlett
Hello Annie by Tiffany Morris
It’s All a Bunch of Hocus Pocus by Violette Ulalume
Knock, Knock by Jennifer Moore
Ms. Holstein’s Special Halloween Treat by Chad P. Brown
Night of Monsters by Matthew Wilson
Something Good to Eat by Patrick Hueller
The House of Sam Hain by Betty Rocksteady
Sweet Nothing by Julie Hutchings
The Ghost by David N. Smith and Violet Addison
The Peeping Trick-or-Treaters by Kevin Lewis
Tricks and Treats, and Chicken Feet by Shawn Anderson
What Lurks in the Darkness by Kathleen Palm
Ancient peoples knew there were lands given over to shadow and spirit. The world is full of haunted places that exact a terrible toll on trespassers. Our forebears paid a heavy price to earn the wisdom and the warning they bequeathed to future generations.
Time transformed their precious knowledge into superstition, but there are those whose hearts beat in rhythm with the past and whose vision is not clouded by modernity. Seeking to reclaim humanity’s early secrets, the Umbra Arca Society was forged. For centuries, this private league of explorers dedicated their lives to uncovering the oldest mysteries of the Americas. Armed with boldness and guile, and equipped with only a compass, a journal, and devotion to truth, these adventurers braved cursed landscapes, dared unnatural adversaries, and exposed hidden civilizations.
Many did not survive.
None were forgotten.
Their stories are maps revealing the topography and contours of landscapes unimaginable and dark. The Shadow Atlas collects their adventures.
With Fiction and Poetry by:
Mario Acevedo • Colleen Anderson • Kay Chronister • Sara Cleto • David Davies • Sean Eads • Anastasia Garcia • Owl Goingback • Maxwell I. Gold • Warren Hammond • Angie Hodapp • Jimena Jurado • Starlene Justice • Gwendolyn Kiste • Gerri Leen • Josh Malerman • Juliana Spink Mills • Tiffany Morris • Lee Murray • Annie Neugebauer • Gerardo Horacio Porcayo • Cameron E. Quinn • Sarah Read • Kathryn Reilly • Julia Rios • Betty Rocksteady • Marge Simon • Angela Yuriko Smith • Christina Sng • Jeanne C. Stein • Tim Waggoner • Brittany Warman • Christa Wojciechowski • Stephanie M. Wytovich • Mercedes M. Yardley • Jane Yolen • E. Lily Yu • Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
Edited by Carina Bissett, Hillary Dodge and Joshua Viola
Cover and interior art by Aaron Lovett
“Shadow Atlas is a rare, beguiling treat, a collective fantasy with teeth, vision, and grounded in urgent, ancient truths.” --BOOKLIFE by PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (Editor's Pick)
"A host of sublime writers and settings create an entertainingly macabre collection." --KIRKUS REVIEWS
"Shadow Atlas is a top recommendation for horror, fantasy, and literary short story readers seeking diversity in voices and visions. Its collaborative intersection of different worlds thoroughly delights." --MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
Strange. Beautiful. Shocking. Surreal.
We are pleased to present a special issue focusing on Indigenous Futurists and guest-edited by Allison Mills.
APEX MAGAZINE is a digital dark science fiction and fantasy genre zine that features award-winning short fiction, essays, and interviews. Established in 2009, our fiction has won several Hugo and Nebula Awards.
We publish every other month.
Issue 126 contains the following:
Indigenous Futurists—Editorial by Allison Mills
Security Breach at Sugar Pine Suites by Pamela Rentz
Happy Trails by Theodore C. Van Alst, Jr.
Marked by Bears by Jessie Loyer
Spirits of the Broken Lands by Kevin Wabaunsee
When Evening Arrives by Tiffany Morris
An Incident at Hellpoint Prime by Norris Black
A Brief Lesson in Native American Astronomy by Rebecca Roanhorse
Interview with Author Pamela Rentz by Rebecca E. Treasure
Interview with Author Kevin Wabaunsee by Marissa van Uden
Interview with Cover Artist Megan Feheley by Jason Sizemore
The Nature of a Natural Future by Sloane Leong
Words for Thought: Short Fiction Reviews by A.C. Wise
Welcome to issue 110 of NIGHTMARE! This month, we have original short fiction from Adam-Troy Castro ("Glimpses in Amber") and Julianna Baggott ("Inkmorphia"). Our Horror Lab originals include a poem ("Crossroads") from Tiffany Morris and a flash story ("Murder Tongue") from Jayaprakash Satyamurthy. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," plus author spotlights with our authors, and a feature interview with horror scholars Lisa Kroger and Melanie Anderson.
*A Word from our Guest Editor Tiffany Morris
*A Bird Always Wants More Mangoes by Maria Dong
*The Gorgon’s Epitaphist by KT Bryski
*Sunrise, Sunrise, Sunrise by Lauren Ring
*You Do What You’re Told by J.A.W. McCarthy
*Dream Weaver by Blaize Kelly Strothers
*My Internal Advisor by Gabrielle Galchen
*Artist Interview with Karina Serdyuk
*Meandering Through Definitions of Satisfaction by Aline-Mwezi Niyonsenga
Apparition Lit is a quarterly speculative fiction magazine that features short stories and poetry. We publish original content with enough emotional heft to break a heart, with prose that’s as clear and delicious as broth.
New issues will be published each January, April, July and October.
The October issue of Fucked Up Fairy Tales opens with "Starlight," by Berti Walker. Berti spins a tale about the vain Princess Beatrice. The most beautiful princess ever to live, she demands a wedding dress that will mirror her magnificence. Three dressmakers compete for the task, while robbing beauty from across the land of Fyria to do so.
In the second story, "Suffer Little Birds to Sing," by Tiffany Morris, Amina sets off through the Dark Woods in a tale of vengence as she seeks to destroy the Pumpkin King and put an end to his reign of tyranny.
Alex S. Johnson gives us "The Pariah," a story about a man who must battle a witch for his place as the town's proprietor for the apothecary. When she casts a spell upon him to benefit herself, she finds that the victim of the spell is herself.
Released monthly in 2016, these are fucked up fairy tales.
Daniel S. Duvall * David J. Fielding • Clare Francis • John Linwood Grant • Matthew Kresal • Tiffany Morris • Gregory L. Norris • Trent Roman • John McCallum Swain • Eric Turowski