“All in all, I think that Damien Kelly’s work makes Stephen King’s work look like books of nursery rhymes.”
by Damien Kelly
What people are saying about Season of the Macabre…
“They make you think.” “Making me crave for more.” “He spends the whole anthology playing with the reader’s mind.”
These and other stories of the macabre are here to delight and chill the reader.From the winner of the Octocon 2011 Short Story competition (with “Intervention Paradox”), Season of the Macabre combines three of Damien’s other short story collections (Cold Comfort Child, A Polite Exchange, and The Rare Gift), into one master volume.
Damien Kelly is a lecturer in psychology and lifelong academic, with further degrees in computer based learning, linguistics and literature. He’s also had a lifelong love affair with speculative fiction, with a particular taste for the macabre. His SF story, “Intervention Paradox”, won the Octocon short story competition in 2011.
He lives in the northwest of Ireland with his wife and two children.
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