Weird tales, ghost stories, and less classifiable fiction by leading authors within the 'quiet horror' genre. Authors include Jane Read, Katherine Haynes, Jeremy Schliewe, C.M. Muller, James Machin, Sam Dawson, and Rosalie Parker. More
New stories of the weird, strange, and disturbing that all fall into the broad definition of Supernatural Tales
'An Oubliette' by James Machin, in which a man returns to his childhood home to tidy away the detritus of the past. But sometimes it is impossible to draw a line between Then and Now.
'Selkie: A Scottish Idyll' by Rosalie Parker. A poet seeking inspiration finds himself on Scotland's Atlantic coast, and discovers a legend that could help restart his career.
'Just a Snuff at Twilight' by Katherine Haynes. A busybody takes an unwelcome interest in her young neighbour, who - like most teenagers - does not react well to adult interference in her life.
'Cul-de-sac' by Sam Dawson. In go-ahead, Swinging Sixties Britain suburbia is the ideal place for a young couple. So why do this particular young couple feel compelled to go elsewhere?
'Dissolution' by C.M. Muller. A compulsive book collector finds himself in possession of a volume he can't remember ordering. Well, how much harm can an unwanted book do?
'Service Charge' by Jane Read. Sometimes the creatures of folklore turn up in the most unlikely places - but their capacity to mess up the lives of mortals remains as potent as ever.
'Distance' by Jeremy Schliewe. Fans of Lafacadio Hearn will appreciate this tale of an American teaching English in Japan who finds himself adrift between cultures, until one of his pupils sends him a note.
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