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The Gathering Dark: An Anthology of Folk Horror

The Gathering Dark: An Anthology of Folk Horror

by Tori Bovalino

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Overview

A cemetery full of the restless dead. A town so wicked it has already burned twice, with the breath of the third fire looming. A rural, isolated bridge with a terrifying monster waiting for the completion of its summoning ritual. A lake that allows the drowned to return, though they have been changed by the claws of death. These are the shadowed, liminal spaces where the curses and monsters lurk, refusing to be forgotten.

Hauntings, and a variety of horrifying secrets, lurk in the places we once called home. Written by New York Times bestselling, and other critically acclaimed, authors these stories shed a harsh light on the scariest tales we grew up with.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645676232
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Publication date: 09/06/2022
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 821,085
Age Range: 14 Years

About the Author

Tori Bovalino, is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and lives in London. She is currently a student in Royal Holloway's Creative writing and practice-based PhD program. Her debut novel, The Devil Makes Three, is forthcoming from Page Street Kids with a follow-up novel, Not Good for Maidens, releasing in 2022. Tori was an associate editor for Profane Journal and The Shanghai Literary Magazine and read for Typehouse Magazine.
Allison Saft is the author of the eerie and critically acclaimed romantic fantasies, Down Comes the Night and A Far Wilder Magic. After receiving her MA in English literature from Tulane University, she moved from the Gulf Coast to the West Coast, where she spends her time hiking the redwoods and practicing aerial silks.
Courtney Gould writes books about queer girls, ghosts, and things that go bump in the night. She graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing and Publishing. Born and raised in Salem, OR, she now lives and writes in Tacoma, WA where she continues to write love letters to the haunted girls and rural, empty spaces. The Dead and the Dark is her debut novel.

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