Apex has released its first digital only title, Apexology: Horror. The definition of apexology, as offered by the publishing house:
1. The study of literature-based artifacts left by the authors and editors of Apex Publications, particularly dark or horrific stories.
2. An anthology of horror containing disturbing, dark imagery and twisted fiction.
Description: Contained within are twenty-one stories to showcase the unique talents that Apex has published and employed in the past five years. Apexology: Horror contains work from two Campbell Award winners, a Hollywood screenwriter, a NYT Bestselling Author, Nebula and Hugo nominees, Stoker Award winners, and Mari Adkins!
Get a taste of some of the best Apex has to offer. Study Apexology: Horror.
Table Of Contents
- Introduction: Five Years and Counting by Jason Sizemore
- “It Tasted Like the Sea” by Paul Jessup
- “Summon, Bind, Banish” by Nick Mamatas
- “To Every Thing There is a Season” by Dru Pagliassotti
- “Life’s a Beach” by Alethea Kontis and Ariell Branson
- “Kusatenda Uroyi” by Gill Ainsworth
- “Lottery” by Gene O’Neill
- “Cerbo en Vitra ujo” by Mary Robinette Kowal
- “The Spider in the Hairdo” by Michael A. Burstein
- “The Dark Side” by Guy Hasson
- “With the Beating of their Wings” by Martel Sardina
- “Enough to Make a Devil” by R. Thomas Riley
- “Flash of Light” by Jason Sizemore
- “Transylvania Mission” by Lavie Tidhar
- “Inside Looking Out (or: Falling Through the Worlds)” by Mari Adkins
- “Powered” by Deb Taber
- “Disturbing Things” by B.J. Burrow
- “Eulogy for Muffin” by Jennifer Brozek
- “Hands of Heritage” by Elizabeth Engstrom
- “The Junkyard God” by M. Zak Anwar and O.M.R. Anwar
- “Bessie Green’s Thumb” by Fran Friel
- “Big Sister/Little Sister” by Jennifer Pelland
You can purchase the $2.99 download here: Apexology: Horror