Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 1

Tales from the Shadow Booth Vol When Eliot first spies the booth at the end of the pier he wonders what it is The canvas is faded the striped pattern barely visible beneath years of dirt The wooden boards are stained and scratched

  • Title: Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 1
  • Author: Dan Coxon Gary Budden Daniel Carpenter Malcolm Devlin Stephen Hargadon David Hartley Richard V. Hirst Timothy J. Jarvis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Eliot first spies the booth at the end of the pier, he wonders what it is The canvas is faded, the striped pattern barely visible beneath years of dirt The wooden boards are stained and scratched It s the crude, handwritten sign that draws him closer, makes him reach out to pull the curtain aside Enter the Shadow Booth, it says, and you will never be the same agaiWhen Eliot first spies the booth at the end of the pier, he wonders what it is The canvas is faded, the striped pattern barely visible beneath years of dirt The wooden boards are stained and scratched It s the crude, handwritten sign that draws him closer, makes him reach out to pull the curtain aside Enter the Shadow Booth, it says, and you will never be the same again.The Shadow Booth is a new journal of weird and eerie fiction, edited by Dan Coxon Winner Best Anthology Saboteur Awards 2016 and published as a 200 page mass market paperback Drawing its inspiration from the likes of Thomas Ligotti and Robert Aickman, as well as H P Lovecraft and Arthur Machen, The Shadow Booth explores that dark, murky territory between mainstream horror and literary fiction From folk horror to alien gods, the journal aims to give voice to the strange and the unsettling in all its forms.Check out the official Shadow Booth website for further details and to buy a copy.

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    About "Dan Coxon Gary Budden Daniel Carpenter Malcolm Devlin Stephen Hargadon David Hartley Richard V. Hirst Timothy J. Jarvis"

    1. Dan Coxon Gary Budden Daniel Carpenter Malcolm Devlin Stephen Hargadon David Hartley Richard V. Hirst Timothy J. Jarvis

      Dan Coxon is a short story writer and editor, and the author of the travel memoir Ka Mate Travels in New Zealand His writing has appeared in Salon, The Lonely Crowd, Neon, Gutter, The Nervous Breakdown and Spartan, as well as several anthologies He also works as a freelance editor, copy editor and proofreader at Momus Editorial.Find of Dan Coxon s writing at dancoxon, or follow him on Twitter DanCoxonAuthor.

    915 thoughts on “Tales from the Shadow Booth, Vol. 1”

    1. Tales from the Shadow Booth Vol. 1 is the first volume of a new journal dedicated to weird and eerie horror – the best kind. I might be biased (I was a Kickstarter backer for the publication of this book), but this really is a high-quality collection, with a much higher hit rate than the vast majority of horror anthologies. As a result, my list of favourites is, well, half the book: 'Where No Shadows Fall' by Gary Budden, 'What the Bones Told Hecate Shrike' by Timothy J. Jarvis, 'Moths' by Mal [...]


    2. A brilliantly discombobulating whirligig of contemporary weirdnesses. Every single story has its merits, but I found real stand-outs in the pieces by Alison Moore, Daniel Carpenter and especially David Hartley, whose transporting Lara Croft/cockroach/Metamorphosis mash-up reaches far beyond its immediate oddness. A fantastic collection, and I'm already looking forward to Vol.2.


    3. Short disclaimer: I'm in this. Brilliant debut anthology of weird fiction. Standouts for me were Gary Budden's sinister London set tale, Sarah Read's bizarre Duel-esque winnebago horror, and Paul Tremblay's excellent border patrol tooth story. Elsewhere, I also loved David Hartley, Joseph Sale, and Tim Jarvis' contributions. Overall, a fantastic collection. Cannot wait for vol 2.



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