Lisa Morton

Author, Screenwriter, Halloween Expert…what's next?

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From two acclaimed experts in the genre, a brand-new volume of supernatural stories showcasing the forgotten female horror writers from 1852–1923. While the nineteen-year-old Mary Shelley may be hailed as the first modern writer of horror, the success of her immortal Frankenstein undoubtedly inspired dozens of female authors who wrote their own evocative, chilling tales.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Anthologies, Forthcoming, new

Strange Tales of the Macabre: Ghosts is part of the “5×5” project: five acclaimed and gifted authors got together and exchanged stories to produce five themed anthologies. I chose ghosts for my theme. These five tales call forth spirits to terrify, trick, and entrance. Bram Stoker Award-winning editor and author Eric J. Guignard shows us  [ Read More ]

Categories: Anthologies, new

GHOST STORIES

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Ghost Stories: Classic Tales of Horror and Suspense is a masterful collection of ghost stories, including tales by celebrated authors such as Charles Dickens, Sir Walter Scott, Mark Twain, and Edith Wharton, presented with insightful annotations by acclaimed horror anthologists Leslie S. Klinger and Lisa Morton.   The ghost story has long been a staple of  [ Read More ]

Categories: Anthologies, new

On one magical night of the year—when the breeze is scented with dead leaves and pumpkin, when the days have grown shorter and winter’s first touch prickles your skin—the barrier between worlds is at its thinnest, and dark magic abounds. Whether it’s the legendary trickster Jack about to acquire his first lantern, a teenage girl  [ Read More ]

Categories: Collections, Fiction, new