The Fiends in the Furrows: An Anthology of Folk Horror is a collection of nine short stories that hew both to the earthy traditions and blaze new trails in Folk Horror.
Coy Hall | “Sire of the Hatchet”
Sam Hicks | “Back Along the Old Track”
Lindsay King-Miller | “The Fruit”Steve Toase | “The Jaws of Ouroboros”
Eric J. Guignard | “The First Order of Whaleyville’s Divine Basilisk Handlers”
Romey Petite | “Pumpkin, Dear”
Stephanie Ellis | “The Way of the Mother”
Zachary Von Houser | “Leave the Night”
S.T. Gibson | “Revival”
Fans of Folk Horror, as well as those unfamiliar with it, will find horrors galore in these stories. Themes of rural isolation and insularity, paranoia, mindless and monstrous ritual, as well as arcane ceremonies clashing against modern preoccupations run through these stories.