The First Book of Classical Horror Stories

Just a quick note to report that my story The Ivory Teat will be published in D F Lewis’s forthcoming anthology, The First Book of Classical Music. It is due to be released in the next few months by Megazanthus Press. Here is a brief look at the contents, with a couple of more yet to be added –

THE IVORY TEAT by Stephen Bacon

BEYOND TWO RIVERS – A SYMPHONIC POEM by Adam S. Cantwell

ANEMNESIS IN EXTREMIS by Dominy Clements

REVERIE by Lawrence Conquest

THE FOURTEENTH by Nicole Cushing

HUMAN RESOURCES by Karim Ghahwagi

THE UNIVERSE AT GUN POINT by Andrew Hook

WINTER’S TRACES (working title) by John Howard

THE TRILLING SEASONS by Rhys Hughes

THE APPASSIONATA VARIATIONS by Colin Insole

CHAMBER MUSIC by Rachel Kendall

HOLES by Tony Lovell

DE PROFUNDIS by Daniel Mills

BORIS’ ARIA by M. Sullivan

GRACE NOTES by Carmen Tudor

STRINGS by S.D. Tullis

WITHOUT INSTRUMENTS by Mark Valentine

VERTEP by D.P. Watt

SONGS FOR DEAD CHILDREN by Aliya Whiteley

The artwork above is not the finalised version, but I think it will suit its purpose here. More information as I receive it.

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