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MIDNIGHT STREET & 

OTHER ANTHOLOGIES

In the spirit of MIDNIGHT STREET MAGAZINE and ROADWORKS MAGAZINE...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE TRACKS THROUGH THE FOREST John Kiste

AWAYDAYS Allen Ashley

THE HOOSAC TUNNEL LEGACY Norm Vigeant

RAILWAY MUTTON CURRY Nidheesh Samant

THE NUMBER NINE James E. Coplin

GHOST-WALKER Andrew Darlington

SPARROW'S FLIGHT Nancy Brewka-Clark

HARBERRY CLOSE C. M. Saunders

GEISTERBAHNHOF Saoirse Ni Chiaragáin

THE ANNIVERSARY David Penn

ACROSS THE VALE Catherine Pugh

WHERE THE TRAIN STOPS Susan York

THE NIBBLER Gayle Fidler

SHORT PLATFORM Gary Couzens

WILSHIRE STATION Caitlin Marceau

AND YOU HEARD THE RATTLING DEATH TRAIN 

 Simon Bestwick

NOT ALL TRAINS CRASH Steven Pirie

BALLYSHANNON JUNCTION Jim Mountfield

CABOOSE Andrew Hook

THE TRACKS Michael Gore

THE DEVIL RIDES THE NIGHT TRAIN 

 Curtis James McConnell

THE PIER STATION George Jacobs

THE SAMOVAR A. J. Lewis

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ROADS LESS TRAVELLED showcases authors whose work is exceptional, yet who are not necessarily recognized outside of the genres within which they write. This volume includes previously unpublished fiction from GARY COUZENS and RALPH ROBERT MOORE, as well as interviews and bibliographies that enhance the fiction content and provide a background to the person behind the story. This is Volume 1 of what will become a series of work from both new and more established writers within the slipstream, horror, dark fantasy, and science fiction genres. The featured writers will be people I particularly enjoy reading and who, in my opinion, shine, in the sense that their work raises the bar above what is good, to a level that is memorable. I've published GARY COUZENS and RALPH ROBERT MOORE a number of times, in the magazines, ROADWORKS and MIDNIGHT STREET, and in subsequent anthologies. Both authors are successful beyond this and have been for many years. So, venture down the ROADS LESS TRAVELLED and discover the hidden places where literary gold is waiting, Trevor Denyer - Editor

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTION

THE END OF

ALL OUR EXPLORING

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & AUTHOR’S NOTE

INTERVIEW WITH

GARY COUZENS

COMPLETE FICTION BIBLIOGRAPHY

WHERE DID MY

FACE GO?

INTERVIEW WITH

RALPH ROBERT MOORE

BIBLIOGRAPHY


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 2020. We won’t remember you fondly, but you do mark something of a milestone for the sassy souls over at Rushmoor Writers.

For the past 25550 days, this eclectic bunch have been delving into the dark, provocative, funny, horrific and frivolous recesses of their imagination, conjuring up stories about the good, the bad, the ugly—and everything in between. The second-oldest writers’ group in the UK, Rushmoor Writers are proud to have created an entire generation’s worth of tales to tickle fancies and satiate curiosities. 

In this celebratory collection by seasoned and award-winning novelists and short story scribes, you can find stories of love, loss, lockdown, dragons, abandoned houses, dead people, mystical crystals, rebellions in the supermarket and vanishing numbers. And in all, there’s a thing about seventy.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Christopher Fielden - Foreword 

Gary Couzens  - Introduction 

C.R. Berry  - What Happened to 70? 

Martin Owton  - Hardcastle’s Dragon 

Jane Sleight  - Seventy Pieces of Glass 

Jennifer Riddalls  - Three Times Seventy 

Helen Matthews  - Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes 

Dean Hollands  - Seventy Memories of the 1970s 

Louise Jane King  - According to Google 

Linda Young  - 70 Goldfinch Lane 

S. Thomson-Hillis  - Locky’s Tale 

Dave Golder  - Happy Death Day, Hairy Otter 

Gary Couzens  - Jubilee Summer 

Alice Missions  - Protest Song 

About the Contributors 


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STRANGE DAYS

MIDNIGHT STREET ANTHOLOGY 4

500 pages of brand new EXTRAORDINARY FICTION for EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Edited by TREVOR DENYER

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTION  Trevor Denyer

THE RING ROAD  Colin Gardiner

HUNGRY MOUTHS  Simon Clark

GO BACK  S. Thomson-Hillis

KING SOLOMON’S RING  Elana Gomel

SIMULATION  Tim Major

VIRAL  A.P. Sessler

FIGHT OR FLIGHT  Tamina Das Mitra

BITTER STARLIGHT  Gary Couzens

SHADES  Die Booth

HELP ME EAT MY MONKEY  Ralph Robert Moore

HATE CRIME  Scott Bradfield

DANDY ARISTOTLE’S MASTERWORK  

Rhys Hughes

GAIA’S BREATH  Susan York

DESCENT INTO THE ARCHIVES  Dennis Mombauer

THE FIRST (AND LAST) 

NATIONAL ROAD CANOE RACE  David Cledon

THE HALLOWEEN PEOPLE  Michael Washburn

TONIGHT THE WORLD ENDS  Allen Ashley

PROTEST SEEN  Donald J. Bingle

CELL DIVISION  René Appel & Josh Pachter

THE CITIES ARE MEAN  Al Case

FOLDED  Helen French

THE ROAD TO MANDALAY  David Turnbull

SPIDERS IN THE TEMPLE  Alexander Zelenyj

LIFE ON DA STREETZ 

(FIRMWARE OBSOLETE)  L.P. Melling

WHERE ALL ROADS END  Andrew Kozma

BEYOND GREENVILLE  Michael Barron

THE STINK  David Penn

DELIVERY OF A NIGHTMARE  T.Y. Euliano, MD

SUNSHINE  Richard Meldrum

BAD VIBE  Thomas Canfield

NEW TOWN TOURS  Jim Mountfield

WHEN THEY UNMASKED  Terry Grimwood

THE UNDERTONES  Mark Towse

WOMEN’S WORLD  Joseph Cusamano

SPRITE  Andrew Darlington

NEST  Stephen Laws




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This is the third Midnight Street anthology to include innovative writing from some of the best writers around. The stories and poems here delve into the dark recesses of the mind, investigate the horrors there and promise unforgettable characters and shocking revelations. From supernatural manifestations to psychological trauma and dark fantasies, the contents of this book are not for the faint-hearted and reward the seeker of the horrific and unexplained, that crawl between the cracks of the reality we know and the depthless void beyond.


In the tradition of Midnight Street magazine and Roadworks before it, this anthology and its predecessors light the way into worlds of darkness, where ghosts haunt highways and everything you thought you knew is subverted and your perceptions are altered beyond recognition.


Let the Night Light guide you along the Midnight Street...

"These stories scare, confuse, confound. We walk along the street at midnight when all else is silent and dreaming. Dripping in moonlight after showers. That street holds the coolness of rain, the bitter cold of frost, the quiet of graves. That street awaits us all. When we pass from this heated, maddening world we pass along the midnight street and sink beneath its stones into whatever lies beyond, or into nothing at all."


The full line-up:

Stephen Laws

Ralph Robert Moore

Tony Richards

Rhys Hughes

Simon Clark

Andrew Hook

Susan York

Maria V A Johnson

Robert D Richards

Alexander Zelenyj

Gary Couzens

Ian Steadman

Michael Washburn

Terry Grimwood

Allen Ashley

Yvonne Chamberlain

David Turnbull

Andrew Darlington

Stephen Faulkner

Mat Joiner

Other anthologies in the series - see below

FANTASTIC REVIEW OF NIGHT LIGHT BY ANDREW DARLINGTON HERE​

"The Midnight Street Press, energetically curated by Trevor Denyer through various but always valuable incarnations, is the premier Indie publisher taking darkness through new spectrums of colour."

GHOST HIGHWAYS

Midnight Street Anthology 2


Launched at FANTASYCON-BY-THE-SEA -

23 September 2016

GHOST HIGHWAYS is the second of the Midnight Street Anthologies. The first was JOURNEYS INTO DARKNESS, still available from Amazon and other sources.

GHOST HIGHWAYS contains 12 previously unpublished stories and a further 3 reprinted stories, (one of which is a completely revised version), from some of the most exciting and proven masters of the genre, including Ramsey Campbell, Simon Clark, Ralph Robert Moore, Ray Cluley, Thana Niveau and many more. Paul Finch has written an introduction that sets the scene perfectly for what is to come.

The themes relate to ghost highways in the fullest, often oblique, sense. In his introduction, Paul Finch reflects that: "Roads aren’t just roads. They’re metaphors for journeys – journeys through life, journeys towards death, journeys we personally have made, journeys we’d like to make or dread making, journeys that others have made".

But there is another aspect to these stories: that of the haunting residue; ghosts in all their various interpretations. The characters are haunted in some way, often in subtle ways. The nightmares that haunt them are often baleful, leaving the protagonists trapped within the fates they have invoked.

Each story has an illustrated introductory page that suggests the mood of what is to come, tempting the reader into whatever nightmarish world the author has created.

GHOST HIGHWAYS is the most ambitious project that Midnight Street Press has launched so far. The Editor, Trevor Denyer, previously edited two critically acclaimed magazines: 'Roadworks' and 'Midnight Street', and the essence of those magazines is distilled in these Midnight Street Anthologies. There is subtlety, augmented by an impending or ongoing horror, and a focus on character that creates unease and ultimately, a full blown, terrifying denouement, often not immediately obvious, but always unsettling.

GHOST HIGHWAYS is a unique journey along highways that will transport the reader to places - outside the comfort of home, of the cosy armchair - where demons in their many forms, hold sway.

CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTION Paul Finch *

55 MILES FROM TUCSON Ralph Robert Moore *

THE SNEERING Ramsey Campbell

SOMEWHAT OFF THE WAY Neil Williamson *

THE GRIEF ENGINE Terry Grimwood *

NEW ROADS FROM BURNT RUBBER Ray Cluley *

THE BUS THAT ATE ITS PASSENGER David Turnbull *

JOINING IN Thana Niveau *

WHERE THE STREAM RUNS DARKEST Simon Clark *

WHITE MATTER Andrew Hook *

LAST RIDE OF THE NIGHT David Surface *

SURAIYA'S CHOICE Gary Couzens *

EXIT TO DOVE'S TAIL Ken Goldman

GLORIOUS DILAPIDATION (Revised version) Len Maynard & Mick Sims *

HIGHWAY OF LOST WOMEN Alexander Zelenyj *

HOODELAY Ralph Robert Moore *

* Previously Unpublished.

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