THE WHITES OF THEIR EYES:
A Collection of Queer Horror
There are no happy endings here.
In the town of Inverse, Silvino and Scott Orellano discover the darkness in their deepest hearts. At the cusp of a new life, Kane Orwell learns terrible truths whispered by a black and eldritch mouth. Torn between one identity and another, Shania Logan struggles to hold on to the fragments of her self.
And standing on the threshold of the afterlife, a grieving wife balances between life and death on the flicker of a candle’s flame.
Four tales of horror, written from a queer perspective. In this collection of short stories and novellas, our heroes and heroines will explore the depths of terror both macabre and mundane–and live their darkest fears, reflected in the whites of their eyes.
CRACKS – Featured in FIYAH Literary Magazine #3
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Asad walks the night for those who can’t, closing rifts that could swallow up his world. But when he sees himself inside one of the rifts, Asad is forced to make a choice that might change his life forever.
Read this and other works of Black speculative fiction in Issue #3 of FIYAH Literary Magazine, SUNDOWN TOWNS! Including:
- THE LAST EXORCIST by Danny Lore
- TOWARD THE SUN by Sydnee Thompson
- THE BREEZE IN THE BOUGHS by Jennifer Marie Brissett
- SANDSCRIPT by Mame Bougouma Diene
- REMOTE WITNESS by Uche Ogbuji
- I WILL COME TO YOU; I WILL REMOVE YOUR LAMPSTAND FROM ITS PLACE by Rodney Wilder
- CONSTANT TOWER by Carole McDonnell
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Follow Wally and Joseph’s path to healing, reconciliation, and new love in the aftermath of THE FOUND with AUTUMN: A Crow City Side Story.
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There are worse things in life than loving a man who hates you.
Unfortunately, Walford Gallifrey can’t think of many.
Ever since a ghost from his past kidnapped his niece, Willow (THE FOUND, Crow City #2), Wally’s life has been nothing but grief, turmoil, and loss. With no idea if Willow is dead or alive, Wally’s only comfort is in caring for his grieving brother-in-law and Willow’s father, Joseph Armitage. For the past twenty years, Wally has never hoped to be anything but the backdrop to Joseph’s life; between marrying Wally’s sister and decades of mistakes building walls of enmity and resentment between them, Joseph has been firmly cemented in Wally’s mind as unattainable.
But the pain of Willow’s loss forces them to face the demons sleeping between them, find common ground—and more. Together, they explore mutual grief. Shared memories. Quiet respect. Warmth. Camaraderie. The joy of learning to live again.
And an unspoken attraction, buried beneath the scars of hurtful words and terrible missteps.
Yet even as they work through the thorns and tangles of old wounds, Joseph has his own struggles to face. The struggle to leave his ex-wife in the past. To let his daughter go. And to trust Wally to love him, to see him as more than just his multiple sclerosis, when so many have treated him as less than a man. The only way forward for them both is forgiveness. Trust.
And a second chance to discover what it means, to truly be in love.