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Kickstarter live! “Unthinkable: A Queer Gothic Anthology” from Haunt Publishing 💀

UPDATE: Fully funded! Keep an eye out for when it comes out in autumn!

Been sitting on this for a while, so I’m happy to finally say that the Kickstarter for Unthinkable (as well as its prequel anthology, Unspeakable), is now live!

Among many other amazing stories, in Unthinkable you’ll also find my spooky snowed-in romance, featuring: a non-binary witch with wooden bones, a mysterious hunter with a secret, and an unsettling forest caught in an endless snow storm.

The blurb from the Kickstarter page:

Unthinkable: A Queer Gothic Anthology collects nineteen original Gothic tales primed to unsettle and entertain.

From a Southern Gothic tale of destruction and revenge, to haunted houses and cursed lovers, to an eco-Gothic saga, Unthinkable’s tales present undying themes of love and tragedy, life and death, all suffused with queerness.

Following on from the success of its predecessor Unspeakable: A Queer Gothic Anthology, Unthinkable features stories from a fresh batch of authors, showcasing the depth and breadth of queer Gothic literature.

Edited by Celine Frohn and featuring an introduction by A Dowry of Blood author S.T. GibsonUnthinkable promises to haunt the reader long after the final page has been turned.

And for my own story:

‘It Passed by Morning’ by Adriana C. Grigore: Half haunted house story, half snowed-in romance, two suspicious strangers share an abandoned cabin during an eerily long snow storm.

At the moment, the publishing date is set for October 2022, and I know it’s only mid-June (Happy Pride!), but I’m sooo excited for you to read this snowy, woodsy (aren’t they all) story of mine. I’ve been tinkering at it for about two years now, so! Exciting that it’ll be out there soon!

Do check out the link below for more details on the anthologies and the campaign and the other stories in the book, and thank you so much if you consider supporting!

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