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Fall 2024 Release

Sewer Dogs (2024)

Sarah Parker is seeking the perfect place for a fresh start when she moves her family from the Midwest to a sleepy suburban neighborhood in an idyllic little town in the South. Leaving a position as a serious journalist to write fluff pieces for a local paper is a compromise she is willing to make to escape the past and attempt to rebuild her family.


Ten years ago, Ben and Mary ended their own search for a fresh start in that very same neighborhood, leaving a path of death and sorrow in their wake. Now, Mary has been gone for over a year and a blossoming friendship with the Parker family offers Ben glimpses of a life he could have had, of the child he and Mary were denied. As he questions the sacrifices he made to be with Mary, the evil he harbored to protect her has set its sights on Sarah’s eleven-year-old son, putting the entire town in danger.



Featuring Poetry Debut: "Oh, Brother"


A showcase of poetry from some of the darkest and most lyrical voices of women in horror, Volume II.

Edited by Lindy Ryan and Lee Murray

A follow-up to the award-winning poetry showcase Under Her Skin, UNDER HER EYE features the best in never-before-published dark verse and lyrical prose from the voices of Women in Horror, themed on domestic horror and the terror women too often experience in their own homes.

Edited by Lindy Ryan and Lee Murray, UNDER HER EYE celebrates women in horror from cover to cover. In addition to poems contributed by over one hundred poets worldwide, the collection features poems from Stephanie M. Wytovich, Jessica McHugh, and Marge Simon, with cover art by noted horror artist Lynne Hansen and an introduction by Sara Tantlinger. This showcase is produced in partnership with The Pixel Project, a global non-profit organization focused on ending violence against women globally.

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