My name’s Nash and I write dark fiction. Here’s where you can find it:
Eidetic Magazine (Issue 3) will feature my story Wounds Are Lips Waiting To Be Kissed
Coffin Bell: Journal of Dark Literature, Vol 5 Issue 1, (2022) – The Memory of Hannah Babinski
Aggregate: stories at the intersection between science fiction and horror, ed: Scott Grant, pub: Writerfield (2020) – April Showers
Magic (pub. by Demain Publishing, 2019, reprinted 2022). A chapbook issue containing two folk horror stories:
Magazines & Online Journals:
Ghostlight, the Magazine of Terror, (2021) features Wounds are Lips Waiting to be Kissed
Terror Tract, (April 2020) features The Woodwose and his May Queen
Horla Horror: home of intelligent horror, (2019) features Jake
Mythic: a quarterly science fiction and fantasy magazine, Issue 3, (2017) features Holding Hands
Kitchen Sink Gothic 2, ed: David & Linden Riley, pub: Parallel Universe Publications (2022) features The Christmas Tree
Call of the Wyld, ed: Mark Bilsborough, pub: Wyldblood Press (2021) features Rewilding
Ghosts, Spirits, Specters Vol 1,ed: Xtina Marie, pub: HellBound Books (2019) features The Red Spot Murders
Monsters Among Us, ed: Claire Fitzpatrick, pub: Oscillate Wildly Press (2017) features Hypnos
Speculative Valentine Drabbles, ed: Roy C. Booth & Jorge Salgado-Reyes (2015) pub: Indie Author Press features The Banshee’s Gift
From the Corner of Your Eye, ed: David F. Kramer, pub: Great Old Ones Publishing (2015) features Poseidon’s Standing Stones
Trysts of Fate, ed: Lee Ann Story Sikora, pub Alban Lake (August 2015) features What You Wish For
Wrapped in Black: Thirteen Tales of Witches and the Occult, ed: Jennifer L. Greene, pub: Sehkmet Press (2014) features Pigeon
The Serial Killers Quattuor, ed: James Ward Kirk, pub: JWK Fiction (2014) features The Handwritten Journal
The Rogues Gallery: The Illustrated Police News, ed: Alex Scully pub: Firbolg Publishing (2014) features Felicity Cinch
Changes, ed: Dorothy Davies, pub: Horrified Press (2014) features Bruce, Wayne and Mike
22 More Quick Shivers ed: pub: Cosmonomic Multimedia (2014) features A Persuasive Argument…
Some kind words from readers and editors about my work:
- “[Nash’s] writing is poetic and lovely. It is also creepy and immersive, and the build up of dread is palpable.”
- “Intriguing, mystifying and deeply sinister.”
- “terribly authentic”.
- “rich in ideas and kept me riveted.”
- “A long and thought-provoking story… and one which stretches the genre.”
- “Macabre magnificence”.
While you’re here check out the Creased Spine Bookshelf for my fiction recommendations.
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