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About Andrea Stanet
Andrea Stanet is a native New Yorker. She taught high school English for 4 years and currently tutors and freelances as a writer/editor. Her NA paranormal novella, "Spirit of the Wolf," for the cooperative anthology Lacing Shadows, released in September 2014. Other recently published works include: “Song of vengeance” in issue 1 of Black Girl Magic Lit Mat and “The Tradition” in Leap Books' Fright Before Christmas anthology. Andrea's first solo novel, Umbra's Shadow, has just been published by Roane Publishing.
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College freshman, Asia, is having a rough time these days. She can’t sleep and goes running in the woods at ridiculous hours. That’s how she met Nati, her new friend. Asia also has a boyfriend, Jesse, who right now is being clingy and possessive. Something is not right with him, but she’s losing patience. Besides, Nati is much nicer to be with. And seriously attractive.
Then there’s the matter of her wolf spirit. She doesn’t know it’s there yet, but something else does. Nati’s Jaddi sees it in her too. She’ll need to discover who she really is. Soon. No matter how hard it might be. Because that something wants her, and it means to have her whether she likes it or not.
The only way Asia can save herself is to choose—when secrets are revealed, and those she trusts suddenly have different faces, who will she become?
The spirit of the wolf may be all she can rely on
In the depths of the cosmos there is madness to be found and there are stories to be told...
The Elder Gods, Cthulhu, Nyarlethotep, and the like have a taste for fear, for madness, for flesh... But over the years they have grown bored with the taste of the standard straight, white male so often portrayed in the tales of the Mythos. Like a human being with a hankering for Thai after a steady diet of steak and potatoes, the Gods of the Mythos are craving something different...
An African Igbo head man defends his tribe against eldritch incursion with the help of his own Gods...
A couple of English debutantes throw epic parties while keeping the otherworldly at bay...
A deeply scarred man gathers strength from Sobek, the Egyptian God who claimed him young, as he stands against the horrors shoulder to shoulder with a Priestess of Bast...
A Jewish lesbian rides into town to save it from the Unspeakable, with a little help from her girlfriend and her rich heritage...
All this and more await you in these pages. Welcome to equal opportunity madness...
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The Black Magnolia on the Bank of the Night's River by Gordon White
The Thing at Akeley Farm by A.Z. Louise
But Who Can Catch Leviathan? by Chris Pearce
North Bronx Nightmare by Andrea Stanet
The P'tulpa Cult by Daniel S. Duvall
Golem by Jennifer R. Povey
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Features the talents of Samantha Benford, Stephen Blake, H.R. Boldwood, Cynthia Booth, Rex Booth, Roy C. Booth, Lisanria Carlomagno, Stuart Conover, S.J. Dobson, Janice P. Egry, Anthony Ferguson, Ken Goldman, Pedro Iniguez, Kevin J Kennedy, Thomas Kleaton, Axel Kohagen, David LePage, Angela J. Maher, Frank Martin, John F. Mollard, Lee Murray, Thomas Oliveri, Kenneth E. Olson, Tina Piney, James Pyne, Jo-Anne Russell, Andrea Stanet, SR Stewart, Laurie Treacy, William Tucker, Chuck West, Donna Marie West, and Sheri White.
Werewolves, vampires, ghosts, fairies, djinns, goblins, trolls, witches, brownies, banshees -- all sorts of weirdlings are on the prowl in these spooky drabbles.
Urban Harvest contains tales of the paranormal from Alex Shvartsman, Laurie Treacy, Donna Ansari, Tara Hill, Laura Wenham, Andrea Stanet, Don Corcoran, Saif Ansari, and Sean Sakamoto.
In keeping with the spirit of harvest, all proceeds from this anthology will go to support City Harvest, an organization that feeds NYC's hungry.
This issue features a range of stories spanning Paranormal, Steampunk/Horror, and Zombies, as well as interviews of the authors.