The Refuge Collection, Hell to Others!

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Volumes 4-6 of The Refuge Collection. 18 tales of dark, supernatural and psychological thrillers, terrifying tales of murder, kidnap, mythical creatures and political intrigue. All set in the mysterious town of Refuge, often described as "Heaven to Some, Hell to Others." More

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Words: 131,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370006557
About Steve Dillon

I was born when the world was a lot younger in Liverpool, England, and now live mostly in Melbourne, Australia. I enjoy my horror with a supernatural and psychological flavour; my main inspiration comes from the workings of Clive Barker, Ramsey Campbell, HP Lovecraft, M.R. James. More recently I have focussed on short stories from a host of horror writers, many of whom I am privileged to work alongside on various projects. My most recent project was 'Between the Tracks - Tales from the Ghost Train,' which I edited and published under the Oz Horror Con umbrella. This is the first in what I hope will become a series of anthologies marketed as 'Things in the Well' publications. The next title will be 'Below the Stairs - Tales from the Cellar,' and if successful I plan to publish a couple of titles each year.

Prior to working on 'Between the Tracks,' I was series editor and contributing artist and writer on 'The Refuge Collection', a selection of 36 short stories about a mythical dystopian future shared-world set in a town called Refuge: Heaven to Some.. Hell to Others - All the proceeds for both anthologies went (and still do) to support refugees in need of help through two established charities: Sanctuary Australia Foundation and Refugee Action UK.

In 2013 I published 'Book of the Tribes - a Tribute to Clive Barker's Nightbreed,' and in the 1980s I was publisher and editor for a monthly magazine called 'Adventurer,' which is where my love of horror comes from.

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