Category: New Releases

Steamy dystopian thriller Bluebells by Leanbh Pearson

Bluebells by Leanbh Pearson is available for pre-order before its publication on July 9.

Bluebells is an alternate history, dystopian horror novella and dark LGBTQI romance.

1917, Australia.

In the aftermath of an alternate ending to the First World War, mass frontline casualties and a mysterious pandemic have decimated governments and the environment …

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Sallow Bend by Alan Baxter

Sallow Bend by Alan Baxter (Cemetery Dance Publications) will be published August 2022, but is available for pre-order now.

Something old and deadly has awoken.

When two teenagers go missing from the small, rural town of Sallow Bend, the residents come together to search for them. Little do they suspect that finding the wayward …

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The Again-Walkers by Deborah Sheldon

Deborah Sheldon’s new novelette, The Again-Walkers, will be published by Demain Publishing on 26 June 2022, and is available for pre-order now.

“Sheldon has an uncanny gift for unnerving imagery and story.”  – Aurealis Magazine

The Again-Walkers was inspired by ninth century Danish mythology and superstition.

The premise: To end a blood …

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Cut to Care by Aaron Dries – out now!

Drawing upon his experience at the frontline of human service delivery and mental health intervention, IFWG Publishing presents Aaron Dries’ CUT TO CARE: A COLLECTION OF LITTLE HURTS. The book features disturbing yet hopeful horror stories based on the cost of caring…in a world that doesn’t necessarily care for you back.

Primarily written during …

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Apex Book Company acquires North American Rights to Danged Black Thing by Eugen Bacon

AHWA member Eugen Bacon is pleased to share that Apex Book Company has acquired the North American rights to her collection of short stories Danged Black Thing, published in Australia by Transit Lounge Publishing. Apex is dedicated to publishing exemplary works of science fiction, fantasy and horror, and is associated with the thrice Hugo Award-nominated …

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