This trek through the dark corners of India’s cultural imagination gives a layered, textured view of the supernatural world.
As a carefully cultivated horror story that resonates in the fear-laden recesses of modern life, Lunacy is a book to savour.
A charming visual guide offers the convincing case that the vampire genre tells us more about who we are than we may think.
This reissue, one of the most comprehensive on English folklore ever published, is a gift to the whole world, not just England.
A surreal psychodrama charged with urban decay and all the hopeless decadence a 21st Century audience could ever want.
A psychological depth that pushes the meaning of ‘haunting’, urging readers to question the origins and nature of evil.
A enchanted wonderland to change the way you see England, not for showing anything new, but what has been there all along.
Justin David tells a touchingly twisted tale, a story with a spinning compass that won’t let you figure out where home is.
Teeming with macabre delights, Erik Hofstatter’s story is one that you don’t so much read as ravish.