I just received my author copy of the horror/dark fantasy anthology Enter at Your Own Risk: Dreamscapes into Darkness (Firbolg Publishing, edited by Dr. Alex Scully). My short story “No Man’s Land” is included, a dark fantasy/horror story set in both modern day France and the trenches of WWI in 1918. Of course! I am fortunate to be in such good company. There are also stories by D.H. Lawrence, Mary Shelley, H.P. Lovecraft and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle included in the book as well as stories by great contemporary writers. I can’t wait to cozy up to the book tonight and start reading.
Here’s the theme of the anthology (from the back cover):
What happens when one wants so badly that all else, including sanity and self, is consumed by the bonfires of desire? What happens when one achieves the dream only to discover the nightmares lurking behind the illusions? Firbolg Publishing’s fifth anthology, Enter at Your Own Risk: Dreamscapes into Darkness, explores the old adage of “Be Careful What You Wish For.”