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Strange Days Anthology

Synopsis

Strange Days Anthology – New extraordinary fiction for extraordinary times. Here are 34 stories and one poem that anticipate possible futures that – with coronavirus currently creating havoc around the world – may not be too far from the truth unless we take our survival as a species far more seriously. The idea for this anthology came to me before the current crisis began and all of the stories published here were written before what would have been considered as science fiction became horrifying science fact.

The range of scenarios depicted here are various, from the fantastic to the frighteningly real, but one thing they all have in common is their quality. These are, to my mind, the best of the best, chosen from about 300 submissions. The 35 authors published in this anthology, spanning a massive 500 pages, represent exceptional talent and ability in the art of the written word. Immerse yourself, if you dare, in frightening worlds that span the extremes of literary horror. Read these extraordinary stories, from some of the most imaginative minds around. There are no reprints here, just outstanding and very relevant fiction. I hope you agree. Trevor Denyer – Editor

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At 511 pages the Strange Days Anthology is certainly one that will keep you occupied. Made up of 34 stories, you’d think there’d be some similarities of themes, style or content, but surprisingly there’s none! Each story is a unique portrayal of the writer’s creativity and the themes included range from the bizarre to the down right terrifying!

We’re talking everything from butterflies to monkeys, car journeys to flights. Some contain creepy, sinister plots, whereas others are downright gut-wrenching (literally in the Hungry Mouths story!) There really is something for everyone! Check it out and be sure to let us know your favourites.

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