Book List in Order: 8 titles


  • "The Sculptor is one of the most grimly terrifying serial killers in recent literature.”—Horror scholar and editor ST JoshiAt age seven, Michael Leonard Robinson commits his first murder, turning tragedy into an aesthetic. ...



  • The theme is Gothic-- the horror of Gothic romance. Throughout the mid-century, paperback Gothic romance books dominated the shelves, always featuring a woman running away from a house. (Go ahead, Google women running from houses.) Gothic romances te...



  • Jonathan Martin Delaware Deseronto is a six-foot-five serial killer with a problem. He’s stuck out on I-476 in a heavy November rainstorm with two flat tires and the dead bodies of a cop and a co-ed named Marissa Madison in his trunk. Desperate to ...



  • "Travel into the heart of darkness, where sensuality and terror meet. Michael Aronovitz's literate, sophisticated style is redolent of Bradbury and Straub, his characters real and compelling. From taboo-breaking horror to mind-bending erotica, "The W...



  • The ghost story is perhaps the oldest form of weird literature, but today's ghosts, if they are to be convincing and compelling, must be active in ways that the more genteel ghosts of the of the past could not bring themselves to be. This is exactly ...



  • ""The way Michael Aronovitz scares you is that the person he is writing about is you. And I don't know how he does that. Each story, I'm looking over my shoulder. It's creepy in the best way. It's what we come to horror for." - Stephen Graham Jones, ...



  • Each of the seven tales that Michael Aronovitz brings together in his first collection of stories is a powerful, hard-hitting specimen of contemporary weird fiction. From "How Bria Died," which tells of a baleful entity lurking in the bowels of a pla...