Never Whistle at Night: An Indigenous Dark Fiction Anthology edited by Shane Hawk and Theodore C. Van Alst is a collection of some of the most creative and unsettling tales I have ever had the opportunity to read. Covering a wide array of chilling topics, you never know what will be served up next.
The Wehrwolf by Alma Katsu is a dark, terrifying, and heartbreaking fairytale that flows along in the same vein as the Brothers Grimm tales. Let’s dive in!
The Deep by Alma Katsu is a slow-burning, goosebump-inducing, dread-filled historical horror novel of heartbreak and hauntings on the sea. Content warnings: Classism, confinement, death, infidelity, self harm, suicide attempt, drug use, etc. Let’s dive in!
The Fervor by Alma Katsu is a gut-wrenching tale of violence, hatred, propaganda, and sickness. Set in the 1940s during the war in which darkness surrounds, there are also strong elements of love and bravery with the characters that we follow. Content warnings: Forced confinement, hate crimes, and miscarriage. Let’s dive in!