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Entombed

‘Entombed in Verse: An Epitaph for Salem’, FunDead’s very first poetry anthology, is planned for release on 8/5/17. This beautiful collection of poems features over thirty dark pieces revolving around the subject of Salem’s dark history, myth, and legend. The anthology includes poetry written by many local writers, as well as some international poets!
You can reserve your copy today on FunDeadShop.com. This lovely collection will also be available from Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. We will release a list of local shops carrying the book as it is confirmed, though we do expect our usual favorites to have copies in stock. Readers will have the opportunity to snag a copy at the release event, TBA.

This anthology includes poems by: Amber Newberry, Laurie Moran, Erin Crocker, Rie Sheridan Rose, Jon Bishop, Alec Firicano, Sam Lucero, Jess Mann, Cynthia Morrison, Destiny Eve Pifer, Conrad Audette, Cindy Veach, Joanna Costello, Anusha VR, Lee Jay Paxson, Heather Wagner, Chris Denmead, Marc Sorondo, Monika Bielecki, Jon Etter, Melissa Pleckham, Nancy Brewka-Clark, John Etter, Sebastion Herzfeld, Samantha Lucero, R.C. Mulhare, Ariella Ruth, G.E. Smith, Phil Storey, Hannah Upham.

Currently Available Titles

Shadows in Salem

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For anyone who knows the history, Salem, Massachusetts has more than a few stories to tell. Travel to the Witch City within the pages of these collected short stories, and know the captivating nature of one of the oldest towns in America. Feel the summer breeze at Salem Willows and smell the scent of mulled cider drifting down Derby Street. See the wharf from a birds-eye-view, feel your toes in the sand while the sun sets over Dead Horse Beach, and find the secrets that reside in the very cracks of three-hundred-year-old tombstones in the Old Burying Ground. Spend a night among ghosts and witches and know the magic of Salem, where myth and legend collide with truth. Do beware, dear friends, for the Witch City has a dark side, and there is more to those legends than what you might read in the pages of a dusty old book. Remember to look over your shoulder, for you never know what shadows follow you down that dimly lit corridor.

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O Horrid Night

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Pristine, white snow shrouds evil things that revel in the longest, darkest night of the year. A fresh waft of peppermint brightens a monster’s foul breath. World weary ghosts have only until dawn to seek their retribution. The wind howls through the trees, or is that a choir of unearthly voices? “O Horrid Night” revives the tradition of telling ghost stories on Christmas Eve, when it is said that the barrier between the living and the dead is thinnest, and spirits may walk the earth. Such tales were in vogue in Victorian England (remember good old Jacob Marley), but the origins of the tradition stretch back in time, in celebrations of the Winter Solstice, Yule, and Sol Invictus. Gather your friends and loved ones together, get cozy with warm drinks or a roaring fire, and give them the gift of a spine-chilling ancient holiday tradition.

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Night in New Orleans

3D_model_07“There is but one New Orleans,” they say, bustling with joie de vivre, celebrating non-stop, but step closer, into the clinging, honeysuckle-scented air, and you will find a darker version of the Big Easy, depending on what you believe is true. Tales of vampires, werewolves, curses, and mysterious half-human bayou creatures are pervasive in New Orleans’ culture. Visitors may pass them off as folk tales and superstitions, but the locals know to never go into the deep swamp alone or into the cemetery at night. Tale or truth? In New Orleans, the line between them bleeds.

This new collection, set in The Big Easy, contains nineteen dark stories to thrill and horrify. Grab a beignet and a cafe au lait and settle in for another FunDead Publications creation!

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