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Today is the day. Turn to Ash, Vol. 1 is available for pre-order. The first 50 folks to order will receive a bonus mini-issue, the not-so-subtly hinted at Turn to Ash, Vol. 0. Five pieces of fiction, one essay, and several pieces of art that do not appear in Vol. 1. This issue will only be available to the first 50  pre-orderers, so act quickly. The cost for the two volumes, a couple of buttons, a couple of stickers, and a bookmark is $13 plus shipping. I apologize for the cost of shipping outside the US, but that’s how much our lovely USPS charges to fling books outside our borders.

Turn to Ash, Vol. 1 will be available from Amazon US and EU in September, but the only way to get Vol. 0 and all the bonus swag is to order directly from us.

Below you will find the tables of contents for both volumes and the link to buy them. Orders will ship in approximately 60 days.

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Volume 1

Fiction

A Scent of Sage by Jason A. Wyckoff

The Monster I Became by Betty Rocksteady

Collectable by Tim Jeffreys

While the Black Stars Burn by Lucy A. Snyder

The Hunter by Terrence Hannum

Sod Webworms by Adrian Ludens

Hollow-Eyed Boys by Jordan Kurella

Chelsea Grin by Michael Kelly

What Makes a Shadow by J. Daniel Stone

The Recovered Journal of Marius Vladimirescu, Last of the Clown Hunters by Andrew Wilmot

So Dreamy Inside by C.C. Adams

The Mother Chase by Alana I. Capria

A Tooth for a Tooth by Matt Thompson

Non-Fiction

Wild Spaces: An Interview with Philip Gelatt by Jose Cruz

Take It From Me (But Give it Back When You’re Done): Random Thoughts on Horror Cinema by James Newman

Small Wonders: A Drop of Water by Jose Cruz

Art

Christian Weiland

Lee Harrington

Matt Andrew

Cover image by Matt Tisdale

Volume 0

Fiction

Rabbit Face by Thomas C. Mavroudis

The Fire This Time by Erica Ruppert

I’ve Been Here a Very Long Time by S.L. Edwards

The Auteur by Mike Thorn

The Chalk Giant by Ian Creasey

Non-Fiction

H.P. Lovecraft and H.R. Giger: “Was There a Madness to Their Methods?” by John DeLaughter

Art

Christian Weiland

Cover image by Andrew Hinton

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