This Sublime Darkness… by Greg Chapman!

Here at Things in the Well, I’m really excited to share the news that we’ll be publishing Greg Chapman’s next collection. Greg has conjured up seven short stories in time for Halloween, with the front cover and interior illustrations to accompany each story specially imagined by the author!

Draft titling for the book ‘This Sublime Darkness’ by Greg Chapman.

Source: Amazon

“Greg Chapman is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated® and Australian Shadows Award-nominated author of Hollow House and the author of five novellas: Torment, The Noctuary, Vaudeville, The Last Night of October and The Followers. His debut collection, Vaudeville and Other Nightmares, was published in 2014 and re-released as an illustrated edition in April 2019. His second novel, The Noctuary: Pandemonium, the sequel to his acclaimed 2011 novella, was published in late 2017. His third novel, Netherkind, was published in May, 2019.

“His short stories have appeared in numerous publications, including Dark Eclipse, DevolutionZ, SQ Mag, Midnight Echo, and several anthologies. His short story, The Bone Maiden, was an Australian Shadows Award finalist in 2015, as was his novella, The Eschatologist in 2016.

“He is also a horror artist and his first graphic novel Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times, written by authors Rocky Wood and Lisa Morton, won the Superior Achievement in a Graphic Novel category at the Bram Stoker Awards® in 2013.

“He also illustrated the comic series Allure of the Ancients for Midnight Echo Magazine and the one-shot comic, Bullet Ballerina, written by Tom Piccirilli.”


Seven DARK STORIES of grief, madness and nightmares, from
Bram Stoker and Australian Shadows Award-nominated author Greg Chapman
A small-town secret unearths itself
A stone drives a madman onto the streets of Whitechapel
A man takes a new wife – and the ghost of her mother!
A photo album sends a grieving man into a spiral of nightmares
A creature collects the last words of death-row inmates
An insomniac fights nocturnal evils, unaware of the evil within
And a widow has one final embrace with his long lost love

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