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Dressing in stolen skin, watching the world through silver eyes, or questioning local folk traditions about bodies hanging in trees, these stories and poems from the women of the New England Horror Writers will leave you bleeding with fresh nightmares and hanging on with splitting fingernails to questionable reality. Wander around islands with eldritch secrets, take drug-f ...more
Paperback, 242 pages
Published November 24th 2020 by NEHW Press
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Jenna Moquin
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I've read nearly every anthology that the New England Horror Writers produce, and this one was by far my favorite. Every story was unique and left a specially-designed chill down my spine. From a horrifying mushroom-fueled road trip to a man covered in flour baking the creepiest cake ever, I couldn't put it down.

Although I loved all the tales and poems, some definitely stood out and will linger long with me: Milk Time, Child of Reason, Arbor Day, and The Tale of Annette. Highly recommend this a
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