The Demonologia Biblica is out there!
Barbie Wilde, William Meikle, Jan Edwards, John Palisano, Tracie McBride, D.T. Griffith, Kate Jonez, Simon Kurt Unsworth, Raven Dane, Jonathan Green, Lily Childs, Daniel I. Russell, Christine Dougherty, Mark West, Magen Cubed, Colleen Anderson, Emile-Louis Tomas Jouvet, Dave Jeffery, Nerine Dorman, Adrian Chamberlin, Sean Sweeney, Andy Taylor, Sam Stone, Dean M. Drinkel, Sandra Norval, Nicholas Vince
Honoured to be included in an upcoming charity anthology When Darkness Falls, pb Screaming Spires, Edited by Emma Audsley et al.
2. Jennifer by Jack Bennett.
3. The Greek Widow by Stephen Laws.
4. In the Name of God by Stuart Young.
5. Antidote by Max Xavier.
6. Stick Around by Brian Hodge.
7. What is it For? by Rebecca Brown.
8. Trufflepig by Colin F Barnes.
9. What the Dark Does by Graham Masterton.
10. Castigation Crunch by Jasper Bark.
11. The Psychoanalyst by Rhys Hughes.
12. Greenfingers by Lisa Jenkins.
13. ‘Til Death by Eric Smith.
14. House of Dandridge by Jason White.
15. Know Our Hearts Bleed by Frank Duffy.
16. Webbed Fingers by Stephen Bacon.
17. The Stranger by Tom Lynch.
18. 212 by Seb Doubinsky.
19. Penumbra Over Millwall by Jan Edwards.
20. If I Should Wake by Brian Hodge.
21. That Night at The Grief by Gary McMahon.
22. The Stones of Calder Hall by Raven Dane.
23. In the South, an Arise by R J Barker.
24. So Much to See by Frazer Lee.
25. In the Dark, the Monsters by Alison Littlewood.
26. Hey, Karen by Marianne Halbert.
27. Suicide Solution by R D Teun.
28. ’77 Coupe De Ville by D M Youngquist.
29. Nailbiter by Amelia Mangan.
30. The Spoon by Rhys Hughes.
31. On Delivery by Jack Bantry.
32. Old School by Gary Fry.
33. Sea of Souls by Mark West.
34. The Other Side by Ramsey Campbell.
“Being an old alchemist myself who took some time to get over the phlogiston theory, I was intrigued to see what was going on at The Alchemy Press. If you have not encountered them before, I would check out the website. This isn’t a weird and wonderful collection of 1960s hippies with crystals, wind chimes and astrology charts. Nothing like that here! Rather, it’s a site where you’ll find lots of interesting collections of stories and articles which have as a basis our past, our culture and the more mysterious aspects of our lives. I was actually quite impressed!