My name’s Nash and I write dark fiction. Here’s where you can find it:
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:
Bleed Error (Fall 2022) features The Body In Deer Leap Woods
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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