Dark Minds Press have announced their latest release entitled Darker Minds. The collection of dark, twisted, psychological horror stories features some of the brightest talent in the genre and has been edited by Ross Anthony Warren and Anthony Watson.
Darker Minds includes original stories from Ray Cluley, Stephen Bacon, Simon Bestwick, Daniel Kaysen and Gary McMahon.
The full line up of stories and writers is as follows –
Reflections From A Broken Lamp by John Travis
Slip Inside This House by Daniel Kaysen
Tale Of The Abnormal Beauty Queen by Robert Essig
Houses In Motion by Stuart Young
Laws Of Aquisition by Simon Bestwick
Looking At Me, Seeing You by Mark West
The Way Of The World by Gary Fry
The Listening by Benedict J. Jones
Rise, Dead Man by Joe Mynhardt
John Bane’s Grave by Charles Austin Muir
The Man Who Remembered by Stephen Bacon
Waste Disposal by Ray Cluley
Seeing Things by Robert Mammone
Shutdown by Clayton Stealback
Cinder Images by Gary McMahon
The talented Mark West has produced a fantastic trailer to promote the release of the book. Check it out here.
The collection is now available to pre-order from the Dark Minds Press website and for a limited time comes with free P&P to any country in the world. With only 100 copies being produced in the initial run, be sure to get your order in quickly!
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