“No stranger to horror and dark fiction, this collection from Breukelaar showcases her best short fiction to date, and a new novella makes it one of the most anticipated titles for 2019. “
Twelve dark tales, some collected for the first time.
A new novella, Ripples on a Blank Shore.
Gothic and disturbing.
Alien and otherworldly.
“Stories that start in one place, and end—or don’t—somewhere else entirely, with dread, surprise, and wry beauty along the way … Collide with J.S. Breukelaar’s collection, and who can say where you’ll end up?” –Kathe Koja, (The Cipher, Buddha Boy).
You’re headed for a Collision with J.S. Breukelaar, and nothing can stop it.
Why we’re excited about this book:
J.S. Breukelaar is the author of American Monster and the internationally acclaimed and Aurealis Award nominated, Aletheia. Her work is often compared to Robert Aickman and Tanith Lee. No stranger to horror and dark fiction, this collection from Breukelaar showcases her best short fiction to date, and a new novella makes it one of the most anticipated titles for 2019. Releasing from Meerkat Press 19 February 2019, Collision: Stories by J.S. Breukelaar is available for pre-order now.
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