PS Publishing has posted the table of contents for the upcoming anthology A Carnivàle of Horror edited by Marie O’Regan & Paul Kane.

Fits, the book description:

The circus and fairground have long been associated as much with menace as they have with fun. Now, gathered together in one impressive volume from PS are some of the best examples of weird and horrific fiction from the big top.

And here’s the table of contents…

  1. Something Wicked This Way Comes (Extract) by Ray Bradbury
  2. “A Flat Patch of Grass” by Muriel Gray
  3. “Some Children Wander By Mistake” by John Connolly
  4. “Spurs (AKA Freaks)” by Tod Robbins
  5. “Tiger, Tiger” by Rio Youers
  6. “Blind Voices” by Tom Reamy
  7. “Mister Magister” by Thomas F. Monteleone
  8. “Twittering From The Circus of The Dead” by Joe Hill
  9. “The Pilo Family Circus” by Will Elliott
  10. “Face of The Circus” by Lou Morgan
  11. “Escardy Gap” by Peter Crowther & James Lovegrove
  12. “The Circus of Dr Lao” by Charles Finney
  13. “In The Forest of The Night” by Paul Finch
  14. “All The Clowns in Clowntown” by Andrew McKiernan
  15. “Nine Letters About Spit” by Robert Shearman
  16. “To Run Away and Join The Circus” by Alison Littlewood

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