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The day has finally arrived when we can say that SHADOWS OVER MAIN STREET, an anthology of small-town Lovecraftian terror, is now available for order.

At the moment, only the Kindle version is up but we expect the paperback to be available any time:

Or just click on the cover!

ShadowsHiResIt features 20 stories and poems by some of today’s masters of contemporary horror and includes a foreword by the legendary Ramsey Campbell. With cover art by Luke Spooner, there is also artwork from top illustrators including Galen Dara and Vincent Chong among others, which will provide some eye candy in between stories.

Tell your friends. Tell your parents. Tell your neighbors, especially those weird cultists who rent that house down the street.

Invite them all into the shadows.

(SHADOWS OVER MAIN STREET: An Anthology of Small-Town Lovecraftian Terror, edited by Doug Murano & D. Alexander Ward, coming soon from Hazardous Press)

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We have another addition to the Shadows Over Main Street table of contents! This time, we are pleased to inform you that Stephanie Wytovich will appear in the book with her contribution, a poem titled, “The 21st Century Shadow,” which evokes good ol’ Lovecraftian dread with the deft and lyrical touch of a writer well-practiced at her art. Glad to have her on board!

Current Table of Contents: Chesya Burke, Mountaintown; James Chambers, Odd Quahogs; Tim Curran, The Thing with a Thousand Legs; T. Fox Dunham, The Flesh or the Father; Brian Hodge, This Stagnant Breath of Change; Kevin Lucia, The Black Pyramid; Adrian Ludens, Estranged; Nick Mamatas, Χταπόδι σαλάτα; Rena Mason, Red Hill; Lisa Morton, The Ogre; Aaron Polson, Undergrounders; Mary SanGiovanni, The Floodgates of Willow Hill; Lucy A. Snyder, The Abomination of Fensmere; Cameron Suey, The Crisis; John Sunseri, Homecoming; Richard Thomas, White Picket Fences; Jay Wilburn, Boss Cthulhu; Stephanie Wytovich, The 21st Century Shadow

Cover art by Luke Spooner and interior illustrations by Galen Dara, Vincent Chong and Paul Carrick.