Gothic fiction is neither dead nor musty. Twenty-seven poems and stories bring fresh blood to the sub-genre while drawing from old tropes. Welcome to our little house of horrors where a movie crew searches for a legendary missing film, a woman seeks to reunite with her dead lover, a lodger discovers something peculiar about the landlady, a Tarot deck brings death and ghosts may be cruel or benevolent. The power has gone out and all that remains is the glow of a flickering candle. Come up into the attic and uncover some secrets. Stories and poems by: Don D'Ammassa, Colleen Anderson, Jesse Bullington, James S. Dorr, Leanna Renee Hieber, Paul Jessup, Ann K. Schwader, E.Catherine Tobler and many more.His body was skinny, too thin, dark clothes hanging off of him like an exotic scarecrow, but exquisite just the same. ... His face changed with her fantasies, but his features remained constant. long, thin arms and legs that were lightly muscled . long fingers on strong hands. what if she were to walk downstairs tonight and just go up, as in one of her late-night fantasies, and put her arms around him? whatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Candle in the Attic Window|
|Author||:||Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Paula R. Stiles|
|Publisher||:||Silvia Moreno-Garcia - 2011-09|