“With a flair for being able to tap into just about any genre, Ed Kurtz has made an entire career of writing compelling, unforgettable characters, and always delivers the goods when it comes to the strange and downright creepy.”
A soldier endures the hell of war to find out what comes for the blood in Medieval Scotland. A desperate man in an arranged marriage discovers a nightmare in the forest he could never imagine. In the bleak desert of Old West Texas, a rider chases a dream to its bitter end. While investigating his flooded ancestral home, the last surviving member of a family comes to the strange last chapter of his family tree.
Mythic monsters, undead horrors, desolate wastelands, medieval battlefields, contemporary demons. All of this, and more, is on full display for the horror connoisseur, in Blood They Brought.
Why we’re excited about this book:
With a flair for being able to tap into just about any genre, Ed Kurtz has made an entire career of writing compelling, unforgettable characters, and always delivers the goods when it comes to the strange and downright creepy. Author of The Rib From Which I Remake the World, Bleed, Sawbones, and Angel of the Abyss, among others, Blood They Brought is the second story collection from Ed Kurtz, and promises to be one of the most anticipated releases of the year. Gemma Files (Experimental Film) says: “[The Rib From Which I Remake the World] is a smart, deep, black magic carnie noir existential bloodbath.” Blood They Brought and Other Stories releases from JournalStone 8 March 2019 and is available for pre-order.
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