A chilling tale in which monks gaslight the protagonist about the existence of a suffering man
Man meets woman--but this tryst's got a twist
In which a creepy child sits on a flickering TV set and everyone pretends it's fine
Last October, I had the great privilege to attend the World Fantasy Convention in my home city of Montreal at the Hôtel Bonaventure. It was a relief to be able to meet writers from the United States and across Canada after nearly two years of pandemic shut-down. If it had been held in another city, I probably would not have risked travel or asked for the time off work to attend.
Probably the best haunted house story about the alienating effect of mirrors that you will ever read.
Moral of story: know your client.
Things go wrong when an older couple decides to stay at the cottage past Labor Day.
A journey from death to life in the forests of Benin.
Is there a link between weird fiction and mysticism?
The true meaning of freedom