A collection of dark stories to delight and disturb, including tales of fantasy, science fiction and chilling examples of the macabre. Blade Red Press has gathered some of the best writing talent in the world to compile an anthology of sublime quality. It is full of exquisite tales of disturbia that will leave you unable to put the book down.
Non-Australian contributions are: 'The Stain of the Psychopomp King' (Lucien E. G. Spelman), 'Neptune's Garden' (Lisa A. Koosis), 'Dust' (Naomi Bell), 'To Die For' (S.D. Matley), 'Blood on Green' (Victoria Anisman-Reiner), 'Cargo' (Aaron Polson), 'Yellow Water Pike' (Derek Rutherford), 'Surveying the Land' (B.D. Wilson), and 'Hand and Cradle' (Trent Roman).
Kevin Sanders orders a pair of glasses that projects clip notes across the wearer's vision, only visible to them. To his alarm, he begins seeing notes that he didn't dictate, exposing ominous futures and disturbingly personal facts about those around him. When he tries to take the glasses off, he is struck by immense pain.
Republished on author's own website as a PDF