Turn to Ash, Vol. 2: Open Lines is now open to preorders.

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Preorders are now live for Turn to Ash, Vol. 2: Open Lines. The book will ship in December. The first 50 Preorders will receive a personalized letter of termination from WORN 1600 AM, printed on WORN letterhead, and signed by [REDACTED] from Malthus Media Division, Malthus International.

Click HERE to order.

The book will be available worldwide via Amazon in December, and due to popular demand, there will be a Kindle edition that will be available shortly thereafter.

Charles “Chuck” Leek has hosted The Late-Night Leak – radio’s late-night home for high strangeness – on WORN 1600 AM since late 2000. However, nothing in those 15+ years could have possibly prepared him for what he and his colleagues would encounter on what should’ve been another routine night of … OPEN LINES!

Jonathan Raab and 11 more authors weave together tales of weirdness inside a unique framing device – Chuck’s paranormal radio call-in show. Peppered throughout Jonathan’s “Cold Call” are the following stories, written as callers to The Late-Night Leak:

The Sun Screams in Retrograde – Rebecca Allred
OGRE – Joseph Bouthiette Jr
All that Moves Us – Evan Dicken
The White Factory – Kurt Fawver
A Room with Two Views – Joanna Michal Hoyt
When the Trees Sing – S. L. Edwards
Rails – Thomas Mavroudis
Lullabies from the Formicary – Betty Rocksteady
Midnight in the Desert – Joseph Pastula
The Merger – A.P. Sessler
Death Run – Martin Rose

This issue also features radio and conspiracy themed non-fiction from Jose Cruz, James Newman, and John Delaughter, plus Gordon White’s interview with Matthew M. Bartlett.

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