MISCREATIONS: TABLE OF CONTENTS

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The submission window for Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors is now closed. Open call for this anthology received nearly 900 submissions, in a short period of time. Co-editors Doug Murano and Michael Bailey are busy reading through approximately 4.5 million words of potential material, and making tough decisions, so please be patient until a Table of Contents is finalized. And look on this page each Monday for the latest announcements!

Current contributions include (as of 09/09/19):

“Operations Other Than War” by Nadia Bulkin
“A Benediction of Corpses” by Stephanie M. Wytovich (poetry)
“Not Eradicated in You” by Bracken MacLeod
“The Vodyanoy” / “The Old Gods of Light” by Christina Sng (poetry)
“Ode to Joad the Toad” by Laird Barron
“Imperfect Clay” by Lisa Morton
“Spectral Evidence” by Victor LaValle

“The Making of Asylum Ophelia” by Mercedes M. Yardley
“One Last Transformation” by Josh Malerman
“A Heart Arrhythmia Creeping Into a Dark Room” by Michael Wehunt
“Resurrection Points” by Usman T. Malik
“Brains” by Ramsey Campbell

What happens when we make monsters? What happens when we confront the monsters inside ourselves? These are the grotesque things that should never have been. These are the beasts that stalk our twisted pasts. These are the ghosts of our own making that haunt our regrets. They’re the blood on our hands. They’re the obsessions in our heads. They’re the vengeance in our hearts. These are Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors.

Bram Stoker Award-winning editors Doug Murano and Michael Bailey welcome you to submit your best work for consideration in this anthology, which will launch in early 2020. Follow news and announcements on Facebook!

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[ Pending cover for the trade paperback edition ]

Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors will be released by Written Backwards in early 2020, and in hardcover, trade paperback, and eBook.

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  1. Wow. This looks like a keeper and something I must acquire. Keep us posted. Thanks!

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