The Remnants shared-world, post apocalyptic science/fiction/horror anthology is back in print, this time from Fedowar Press. The book features two of my short stories, “The Forgotten” which was included in the original publication, and “The Kings of New York” which is new for this edition.

In the world of Remnants, strange clouds on the horizon herald the coming of the swarm. The undulating masses of the horde cannot be stopped. Terrifying creatures roam the Earth, seemingly with no aim but to devour all that stands before them. Experience the end of the world as we know it with these seventeen tales of horror, survival, and hope. The world ends in a frenzy of death and miasma of terror, but what will become of the remnants of humanity?

The edition includes 17 takes of post-apocalyptic horror, including the two stories I mentioned above.

My story, “The Kings of New York” follows the eight remaining survivors in post-apocalyptic New York City as they prepare for the dreaded inevitable return of the monsters who killed the 8-million people who used to live there. It is written in a lyrical style, which is atypical of the horror genre, and yet it still fits into the shared, nightmare world of the anthology.

“The Forgotten” is a dark Freudian tale of young orphan who tries to remember the sound of his mother’s voice on the eve of his first battle against the monstrous horde and swarm, and his initiation into a band of children on there own against the terrible monsters.

Remants is a shared-world, created by Stephen Coghlan. It was originally published by Kyanite Publications.

The new edition is available on Amazon, in ebook, paperback, and hardcover editions. Get yours today.

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