Anthologies

The Good, the Bad, & the Cute: The Secret Ways of Dolls
A Mannison Minibook Anthology

Multi-genre (4×7 paperback, 174 pages)
Learn more on the release article here.

Modern or antique; benign or malevolent; porcelain, stuffed, articulated, or life-size, dolls have long been a subject of fascination. This eclectic collection of diminutive tales explores the many enchanting facets of these inanimate curiosities and their secret ways. But then again, “inanimate” is just the assumption…


The Lord of the Lake deeply adores all his Dark Mothers, but he has developed a particular fascination with his next bride-to-be. In this shared experience, five separate voices cry out into the cosmos to tell their woeful tales. Come explore the depths of love, passion, hope, and hopelessness as the saga plays out in this bleak, dying corner of Ronald Linson’s Patchwork Lands.


The Youth Disrupted Anthologies

The Youth Disrupted anthologies have brought together authors from all across North America and the United Kingdom. Genres for these most-intriguing, all-original tales include horror, science fiction, high and low fantasy, drama, and even a little taste of romance. What binds these authors and their stories together are the disruptions: losses of innocence, of people, of hope…of one’s mind. Fraught with peril, emotion, and journeys most incredible, these collections of tales are sure to draw you in. Come get lost.

Edited by Ronald Linson and Deidre J Owen. Refer to our release articles for a complete list of contributing authors. [Content warning: Contains some coarse language and violent encounters. Recommended 14+ with discretion.]

Available in ebook, 6×9 standard print edition, and 6×9 illustrated print edition.


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