Saturday, 24 December 2011
Ho Ho Horror
Ho Ho Horror is a collection of short and scary tales that will ensure you spend Christmas hiding in your bedroom with the doors locked.
From the terrors of physical danger, to characters at the edge of insanity, unsettlingly disturbed children, poignant psychological horror, and the supernatural, this collection of Christmas horror provides a unique blend of Christmas cheer and Christmas fear.
Ho Ho Horror is a project of The Australian Literature Review (www.auslit.net).
Ho Ho Ho, by Gordon Reece (UK, formerly north east Victoria)
Let it Snow, by Sam Stephens (Central Coast, near Sydney)
Unwanted Gifts, by Belinda Dorio (Mornington Peninsula, near Melbourne)
Naughty or Nice, by Cameron Trost (Brisbane)
Satan Clause, by Keith Mushonga (near Harare, Zimbabwe)
X-mas Secrets, by Steven Gepp (Adelaide)
Rainmaker, by Kathryn Hore (Dandenong Ranges, near Melbourne)
Glittering Were the Leaves, by Tony Dews (Melbourne)
Artwork by Andrew J McKiernan (Central Coast, near Sydney), who is no stranger to artwork for Christmas horror fiction. He is also currently Art Director at Aurealis Magazine and a short story writer.
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