Fahy's stories have appeared in The Twilight Zone Magazine, Gallery, and many anthologies, including Night Screams; Predators; Cat Crimes I and II; Frankenstein: The Monster Wakes; Isaac Asimovs Magical Worlds of Fantasy; Santa Clues; and The King is Dead: Tales of Elvis Postmortem. He has published four dark fantasy novels: Nightflyer; Dream House; Eternal Bliss; and The Lyssa Syndrome. This is his first collection of fantasy stories. Fahy is also the author of the mainstream story collection Limerock: Maine Stories, and several mainstream novels, one of which, Fever 42, was called "wildly funny and surprisingly sad" by Stephen King, and "one of those rare books that restores our faith in the mainstream novel," by John Grant. Fever 42 was also published by Overlook Connection Press
The Christmas Star is Christopher Fahy's heartwarming new holiday story that finds one man in a unique situation to discover what life is truly about. When a man is rescued from his snow bank car accident, he meets a family that doesn't have much, but indeed has everything. His self discovery with this family brings us the wonderful and enlightning tale. A tale of hope, love and humanity.
[274 Printed Pages] 22 Tales of horror and mystery: An elderly junk dealer finds redemption in a defunct burlesque theater. A middle-aged Jewish man discovers the aphrodisiacal powers of a Ku Klux Klan uniform. An annual carnival is a venue for legalized murder. A hopeless young factory worker uses her savings to pay for a fantasy tryst with her idol, a dead rock star, and more!