Australian Dark Fantasy and Horror 2006 comprises twelve short stories and five essays of a diverse nature. The fiction ranges from unsettling to frightening, and from the humorous to sad, serving up encounters with zombies, killer glaciers, tortured inventors and samurai heroes among other subjects.
'... when the powers of the Gods wane and evil walks the Earth.
'The Last Days of Kali Yuga is urban fantasy at its darkest. You won’t find traditional vampires or werewolves in Paul Haines’s stories. Instead, you will stare deep into the heart of the cruelest monster of all: man.'