It is with tremendous pleasure we announce the acquisition of a brand new story from T.E. Grau. His debut collection, The Nameless Dark, is a masterclass in short fiction and we couldn’t be happier to have acquired his second release.
T.E. Grau says:
I’m incredibly excited to announce my commission by This Is Horror to write a new work of fiction under their proud banner.In writing this book, I get the opportunity to work with Michael, Dan, and the whole This Is Horror crew, an outfit that seems to have exploded onto the scene with world-class works of contemporary horror fiction. Joining a roster that includes such names as Nathan Ballingrud, Ray Cluley, Gary McMahon, and Stephen Graham Jones is quite the honor, and I’m delighted by the opportunity.This will be my first release of new fiction after my debut collection The Nameless Dark, and I’m hoping my new work lives up to the incredibly high standard set by This Is Horror, with the aim of entertaining – and hopefully unsettling – the hell out of their readership.
T.E. Grau is an author of dark fiction whose work has been featured in dozens of anthologies, magazines, literary journals, and audio platforms. The Nameless Dark, his first collection of short fiction, was released in July 2015 by Lethe Press. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.
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