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Welcome to the scotch-addled mind of a deviant writer and mad scientist…

“This is a writer cutting his own way through horror, and I can’t wait to see where his journey takes him.”
– Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Flesh Eaters and Dead City


It’s Alive! ALIVE! [Or Recently Published…]

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"...a must-have for all good bookcases."
Lee Murray

This inaugural showcase anthology features the work of just a handful of the many talented and darkly imaginative authors who make up the Australian Horror Writers’ Association.
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Winner of the Australian Shadows Award for Best Edited Works 2015!


Fiction and non-fiction. Reality and make-believe. Can you draw the line between the two? Do you know where real horror starts?

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Every story opens with: "Kelvin pressed against the wound as blood seeped around his hands."

And ends with: "Watching the train disappear into the night, he brought the flower to his nose before tossing it to the tracks."

This anthology is the amazing result.
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"The Refuge Collection is the most ambitious shared-world horror series to come out of Australia. A horror collection that is both relevant and worthy, a rarity in an often insulated field."
Aaron Sterns, Wolf Creek 2 co-writer and Award-Winning Author.

 


Barstool Eyes

"...the only fuel you have to make the fire blaze on the page / screen is the stuff of your own being. An artist consumes his or herself in the act of making art."
[Clive Barker, 2009]