A double A-side of stories featuring a reclusive seventies folk singer who drops her guard to a music journalist on a stormy night in London, and a young English couple who become entangled with a charming yet mysterious stranger in a Mexican resort.
From one of Austria’s most critically acclaimed writers, comes a hauntingly surreal collection of short stories from a Christmas gathering with one person missing to an obsessively observant neighbour. Told with a Kafkaesque sense of detachment.
An American master of short fiction, comprehensively collected and immortalised in a single volume. Thematically encompassing home, family, place, time, sexuality, isolation, and memory, explore writings deliberately set adrift from categorisation.
Four disturbing tales of love gone wrong from one of the most eminent writers of her generation. From a shy teenager in the first throws of love to the fourth wife of a prominent intellectual, these stories explore what people will do to find, keep and end love.
In this collection of short speculative fiction, award-winning author and musician Alaya Dawn Johnson explores oppression from new angles such as a group of invading vampires and their ethical treatment of humans.
Intertwining extraordinary situations with the unremarkable reality of ordinary life, this collection of short stories explores our obsession with superficial fads and deeper longing for meaningful connections.
Mixing the mundane with the mysterious — everyday situations with extraordinary settings and extraordinary situations with everyday settings — this collection of stories explores the troubles that arise when the strange and familiar collide.
Creaking ominously with haunted houses, unexplained mysteries and lost souls, this eerie anthology of supernatural tales from the past 25 years, is sure to give you chills. Compiled by award winning editor Ellen Datlow.