Life is change. Change forces us into the light or the dark. Dusk is the time in between. It defends the light from the dark. It's the tipping point. Where things go well. Or where thy go very, very bad. Confront change. But you must first survive dusk.
Suspended in Dusk II continues the legacy of editor Simon Dewar's anthology series. The second volume is introduced by Angela Slatter and includes fiction from Ramsey Campbell, Stephen Graham Jones, Bracken MacLeod, Damien Angelica Walters, Alan Baxter, Paul Tremblay, Sarah Read, Christopher Golden, Nerine Dorman, Dan Rabarts, Gwendolyn Kiste, Benjamin Knox, Annie Neugebauer, J.C. Michael, Letitia Trent, Paul Michael Anderson and Karen Runge.
Simon Dewar was born and bred in Canberra, Australia. He lives there with his wife and 3 daughters.
Simon is the editor for the Suspended in Dusk anthology series from Books of the Dead Press.
His own fiction published in the Bloody Parchment: The Root Cellar and Other Stories, The Sea by Crossroads Press, Death’s Realm from Grey Matter Press, Morbid Metamorphosis from Lycan Valley Press and others.
By day, he is an ICT systems engineer; by night he writes, and edits, the literature of anxiety.