Tag Archive | Alex Woolf

RELEASE: The Sirens Call – Issue 39 ‘Scared Stiff’ | #Horror #Fiction #FREE @Sirens_Call

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of the latest issue of The Sirens Call Our 39th issue of The Sirens Call eZine comes in at 158 pages and features short stories, flash fiction, and poetry of dark fiction and horror! It also contains artwork by, and an interview with Simon Walpole, and an interview […]

RELEASE: The RIP by Alex Woolf via @PhrenicPress

Phrenic Press, the short story imprint of Sirens Call Publications, is please to announce its latest release The RIP Alex Woolf Imagine the air as a piece of paper someone just grabs and rips… Something has been opened that maybe shouldn’t have been… It has the appearance of damage… Chris is in love with Sian. […]

RELEASED BY PHRENIC PRESS: The Remington by Alex Woolf

Phrenic Press, an imprint of Sirens Call Publications, is pleased to announce the release of its latest offering… The Remington Alex Woolf Howard Protheroe leads the dullest existence imaginable. Literally nothing ever happens to him. Then one day, his life changes when he meets fun-loving, talkative Evie Nickelbite. Howard and Evie feel an instant connection. […]

OUT OF PHASE with Alex Woolf

Hive Mind: The Inspiration Alex Woolf When I was about eight my family went on holiday to the South of France, and in the garden of our rented villa, I witnessed a massed attack by a swarm of ants on a large green gecko. It was hideous, yet also fascinating to watch them gradually dismember […]

Into the Dark with Alex Woolf

With the release of our seventeenth anthology, we at Sirens Call Publications decided not to break tradition and asked all of the contributing authors in FEAR: Of the Dark to share the inspiration for their stories. Out of the nine authors whose tales lurk between the covers waiting to terrify you, seven took up the […]

RELEASE: FEAR: Of the Dark

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of: FEAR: Of the Dark What makes your skin tingle? What makes you look over your shoulder sure that something is lurking there? What ratchets your tension level up  so high that nothing matters more than what comes next on the page? The answers to those […]