It Eats Us From the Inside by Antonija Mežnarić is now out in the world! This aquatic horror novella with a pinch of eco horror and Slavic folk horror is a genre mix about changes, ecological disasters, parental estrangement, stubbornness, small towns, queer love, and everything that eats ut as. It’s sad, disgusting, claustrophobic, andContinue reading “New Release Alert That Will Eat You Alive”
As promised, today we’re sharing with you the cover for our upcoming summer release: a horror novella of aquatic dread and eco disasters, It Eats Us From the Inside by Antonija Mežnarić. Are you ready? This suffocatingly great cover was made by Antonio Filipović. He’s an illustrator and graphic design artist, and as a partContinue reading “A Cover Reveal That Will Eat at You”
We have exciting news for this summer season. A brand new horror novella, It Eats Us From the Inside, by Antonija Mežnarić, will take you to the slumbering coastal town on the Northern Adriatic where strange things are brewing under the surface of the calm sea. Perfect reading for the beach. Or is it? TheContinue reading “Coming This Summer: a Tale of Regret and Aquatic Dread”
Mistress of Geese, the queer folk horror collection written by Antonija Mežnarić, is now available in paperback, too! As you can see, our cover photo artist Mojca Brenko-Puzak, a folk horror aficionado and an amazing photographer, took the opportunity to do a bit of a ‘coverception’ with her copy of the book. The book collectsContinue reading “Mistress of Geese—Now in Paperback”
Tomorrow is the first day of Pride month so we would like to celebrate our books with queer rep (which is… most of them!). If you’re still searching for something to read, you can check out our recent releases in queer horror, fantasy and romance. Queer horror There are a few titles of queer horrorContinue reading “Pride Month Reads”
The sapphic horror novella about loneliness, nightmares, repressed memories and survival is now live!
“He fucking ate my dog,” the woman answered with anguish and pure, unbridled confusion in her voice. She lifted her face, sticky and red, and looked at Danijela with eyes which were bright even in the dimly lit park. “He fucking ate my fucking dog.”