A man seeks a cure for his loneliness in the squalid back streets of Goa. A couple find solace in each other as the world comes apart at the seams. Sinister creatures besiege a small American town buried in fog. And as the dead rise from rent, yawning graves, a girl is holed up in a farmhouse with one of their ownâ€¦
In these nineteen tales of love and loss, sex and death, you will brave witches, warlocks and the living dead; traverse uncharted, hypnotic highways; and you will meet up with green-eyed losers who inhabit small spaces: whether itâ€™s graveyards, old churches, or their own echoing heads.
Paul Edwards was born and raised in Bristol, but now lives in the Somerset market town of Frome. To date heâ€™s had over 40 publications in a wide range of magazines, anthologies and webzines, and has had 2 honourable mentions in theÂ Yearâ€™s Best Fantasy and Horror. One of his stories,Â A Place the Night Canâ€™t Touch, was made into a short film by students at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design. His debut collectionÂ Black MirrorsÂ was published by Rainfall in May 2012 and heâ€™s currently hard at work on a novel and a third collection. When heâ€™s not writing, he enjoys drinking local cider, spending time with his family and watching horror movies late into the nightâ€¦