Each of the themed anthologies contains a selection of reprinted stories
by famous authors, as well as a main body of new, original fiction.


Tales of the Lost Volume 1 – We All Lose Something!

Kindle | Kindle Au | Kindle UK

Compiled and co-edited by Bram Stoker Award-winning editor Eugene Johnson and Things in the Well series editor Steve Dillon, Tales of the Lost comprises an impressive list of short stories, a few of which are reprints from famous names such as F. Paul Wilson, Tim Waggoner, Yvonne Navarro, and Stephen Graham Jones. This stunning cover art was commissioned from Francois Vaillancourt, and the anthology is completed by a Christina Sng poem, specially-commissioned artwork from the distinctive brush of Luke Spooner, and eleven new stories from an assortment of award-winning writers, all with the underlying theme of Loss

Now available on Kindle:-

Guilty Pleasures and Other Dark Delights
Also available in Hardback from Steve Dillon at Things in the Well


Beside the Seaside – Tales from the Daytripper
Beyond the Infinite – Tales from the Outer Reaches
Beneath the Waves – Tales from the Deep
Behind the Mask – Tales from the Id
Below the Stairs – Tales from the Cellar
Between the Tracks – Tales from the Ghost Train

Awards – Winners and Finalists/Nominations

Flash-Fiction Seasonal Anthologies

These seasonal flash-fiction magazines are published in part to raise awareness of,
and provide funds for various charities.

The Refuge Collection

Predating our Things in the Well series and published by Oz Horror Con, The Refuge Collection is a two-book series comprises 36 short stories from over 40 authors, artists, and other supporters across the globe. Prompted by the global refugee crisis, our intent was to raise money for Sanctuary Australia Foundation and Refugee Action UK. Among other benefits, monies raised were used to relocate and reunite two refugee families from war-torn countries.  The stories inter-relate and are set in the shared world called Refuge. These stories also reflect in some way the hardship felt by refugees – cultural displacement, confusion, abuse, loss, shame, bigotry, and even demonizing. Written in a way that uses a fictional narrative to bring real world horrors to the table, Refuge is referred to by its inhabitants as ‘Heaven to Some, Hell to Others’.

  • The Refuge Collection – Heaven to Some (Volumes 1-3)
  • The Refuge Collection – Hell to Others (Volumes 4-6)
  • The Empath’s Tale – The Whole Story (Parts 1-6, extracted from the other two books)

Audio Books

Some short stories in The Refuge Collection have been narrated and published as audio books. Any profits will go to our nominated charities.

The Refuge Collection Awards



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