Monday, December 12, 2016

DAY 25 OF ANNOUNCING! Table of Contents for: +HORROR LIBRARY+ Volume 6


I’ll be unhurriedly posting all contributors here, one-a-day, to reveal the T.O.C. for this latest anthology volume that I edited for +HORROR LIBRARY+, to be published by Farolight Publishing (Cutting Block Books) in April, 2017.

DAY 25 of 27: Jackson Kuhl

1.
JG Faherty presents “The H Train”
2.
Edward M. Erdelac presents “Hear The Eagle Scream”
3.
Rebecca J. Allred presents “Mother’s Mouth, Full of Dirt”
4.
Jay Caselberg presents “The Ride”
5.
John M. Floyd presents “The Red-Eye to Boston”
6.
Tom Johnstone presents “Oldstone Gardens”
7.
Bentley Little presents “The Plumber”
8.
Darren O. Godfrey presents “D.U.I.”
9.
Carole Johnstone presents “Better You Believe”
10.
David Tallerman presents “Casualty of Peace”
11.
Kathryn E. McGee presents “The Creek Keepers’ Lodge”
12.
Jeffrey Ford presents “Five Pointed Spell”
13.
Sean Eads presents “Predestination’s a Bitch”
14.
Dean H. Wild presents “The Gaff”
15.
Stephanie Bedwell-Grime presents “The Night Truck”
16.
C. Michael Cook presents “The Night Crier”
17.
Josh Rountree presents “Snowfather”
18.
Jayani C. Senanayake presents “Kalu Kumaraya (My Dark Prince)”
19.
Marc E. Fitch presents “The Starry Crown”
20.
Connor de Bruler presents “Il Mostro”
21.
Raymond Little presents “Elsa and I”
22.
Lucas Pederson presents “We Were Monsters”
23.
Ahna Wayne Aposhian presents “Old Hag”
24.
Vitor Abdala presents “Instant Messaging”
25. Jackson Kuhl presents “Cartagena Hotel”

EXCERPT:

A newspaper once wrote about a burglar who, after entering a home and making his selections, would rearrange the furnishings to disguise the absences. If there were two candlesticks at opposite ends of the mantle, the robber would seize one and place the other at the center. Dishes left behind on the plate shelf would be evenly spaced to mask a swiped platter. The emptiness formerly occupied by a place setting nabbed from the silver drawer would be filled by the remaining utensils. In this way, the occupants were long to realize the thefts and, when they finally did, could never say for sure when they might have occurred. Had the lonely candlestick leapt to the middle of the mantle yesterday or had it been there for weeks? At what time the disappearances happened was impossible to pinpoint.
It was very much the same when people began to vanish in Ophir. 

Cartagena Hotel by Jackson Kuhl
ABOUT: Jackson Kuhl

Jackson Kuhl is a writer in Connecticut. His fiction has appeared in Black Static, Dark Tales of Lost Civilizations, New Orleans by Gaslight, and other publications. http://www.jacksonkuhl.com/blog


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