You know this place. Seems normal enough. But you know better, don't you? You've heard rumors of strange histories. You've seen hints of dark deeds.
Turns out you can go home again, and the shadows will be waiting for you. Bram Stoker Award® nominated editors Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward bring you the second volume of their best selling, critically acclaimed small-town Lovecraftian anthology series, Shadows Over Main Street. Within these pages, you'll discover:
- America's pastime awakening dark secrets buried deep within the earth.
- Vietnam War heroes who glimpse something worse than war and return home to discover a new kind of hell waiting for them.
- The music of a generation—of many generations—revealed as something older, hungrier and more insidious than a bad acid trip.
- A war-widow who rediscovers love and passion... only to cultivate the world's end.
Featuring stories by: Joyce Carol Oates, Joe R. Lansdale, Gary A. Braunbeck, John F.D. Taff, Lucy A. Snyder, William Meikle, Ronald Malfi, Damien Angelica Walters, and others. With a foreword by Laird Barron and stunning illustrations by Luke Spooner.
Every turn you take leads back to Main Street. We've been waiting. Welcome home.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Laird Barron
- "Sunset on Mott Island" by Lucy A. Snyder
- "A Song Left Behind in the Aztakea Hills" by James Chambers
- "The Longdock Air" by William Meikle
- "A Glimpse Outside" by Erinn L. Kemper
- "1750 khz" by Damien Angelica Walters
- "Drawing God" by Michael Wehunt
- "Duck Hunt" by Joe R. Lansdale
- "The Water Shed" by Suzanne Madron
- "Disintegration is Quite Painless" by Max Booth III
- "The Boy With the Golden Arm" by C.W. LaSart
- "Shine, Blackberry Wine" by Eden Royce
- "Homeowner's Association of Unfathomable Horrors Beyond the Stars" by Jay Wilburn
- "Shoo Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy" by Gary A. Braunbeck
- "The Omen" by Joyce Carol Oates
- "Something in the Water" by Douglas Wynne
- "Shug" by John F.D. Taff
- "It Really is a Beautiful Town" by Ronald Malfi