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Lost Voices is a horror collection of tales left by the wayside: stories recorded on abandoned VHS tapes, horrors found in lifeless towns, voices silenced by the encroaching darkness. Born from a conversation about screwed up stories that’d been rejected from various anthologies, magazines, and callouts for being too weird, freaky, and dark, Lost Voices dredges these lost ...more
Paperback, 1st, 184 pages
Published October 30th 2019 by The Writing Collective
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Christopher Stanley
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What to make of Lost Voices? This curious ensemble exists somewhere between a multi-author anthology (where a large volume of stories are distilled down to a perfect few), and a single author collection (where the richness comes from gaining a better understanding of the author's style and world-view). Lost Voices features four capable authors sharing three grim and gripping stories apiece.

There is horror in these pages but it is not the well-trodden tropes that so often surface in anthologies a
Ross Jeffery
Oct 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I’m biased as I’m in the collection but what a collection it is. I’ve got three stories in here (Blue Room, Dump and Pareidolia).

It’s a perfect blend of great writers and an honour to share the pages with them. Each writer curates stories that really explore the meaning of horror in all its various guises.

Plus there are two untold tales from Shallow Creek - for all you horror fans out there!
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Ross Jeffery is the Bram Stoker Award and Splatterpunk Award nominated author of Tome, Juniper and Tethered.

Ross' fiction has appeared in various print anthologies and his short stories and flash fiction has been published in many online magazines.

Ross lives in Bristol with his wife (Anna) and two children (Eva and Sophie). You can follow him on Twitter here @Ross1982


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