The digital edition of Blurring the Line is now available from Amazon, with print editions (including a hard cover signed by all contributors) coming soon.

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

Blurring the Line

Blurring the Line is a collection of 20 horror short stories by some of the best writers around, plus 10 non-fiction articles to make you think twice about the world we live in – but then again, maybe some of the stories are real, and some of the non-fiction made up…

With tales from Tim Lebbon, Lisa Morton, James A. Moore, Kaaron Warren, Tom Piccirilli, Lisa Hannett, and more, plus frightening artwork by Alex Mcvey, Blurring the Line will make you doubt what you thought you knew, and open you up to possibilities you didn’t want to consider.

But how much of it all is real?

Here’s the full Table of Contents

Introduction – Marty Young
Our Doom is Nigh – Tom Piccirilli
Blurring the Line (non-fiction)
Woolen Shirts and Gum Boots – Lisa Morton
Clown’s Kiss – Tim Lebbon
Seeing is Believing (non-fiction)
Empty Cars – Lia Swope Mitchell
How Father Bryant Saw the Light – Alan Baxter
Candlelight and Circles (non-fiction)
The Good Work – James Dorr
Fearful Asymmetries – Peter Hagelslag
Big Brother is Watching (and Predicting) You (non-fiction)
1-2-3 Red Light – Gregory L. Norris
Miskatonic Schrödinger – Steven Lloyd Wilson
Monsters Don’t Exist (non-fiction)
Old Green Eyes – James A Moore
A Peripheral Vision Sort of Friend – Alex C. Renwick
The Undiscovered Supernatural (non-fiction)
Consorting with Filth – Lisa Hannett
Hoarder – Kealan Patrick Burke
Human Monsters (non-fiction)
With These Hands – Brett McBean
The Body Finder – Kaaron Warren
Building Frankenstein’s Monster (non-fiction)
What’s A Monster without Resurrection? (non-fiction)
Salt on the Tongue – Paul Mannering
Every Time You Say I Love You – Charles L Grant
Honey – Annie Neugebauer
The Voices Told Me To Do It (non-fiction)
Distorted and Holy Desire – Patricia J. Esposito
Nita Kula – Rena Mason