(The Solitude of Light cover designed by Cara McKinnon, 2019.)
Can the most reviled and misunderstood figure in religion, history, philosophy, and literature have a conscience? And if so, is he allowed to break free from the icy prison in which he has been trapped for more than six thousand years? In The Solitude of Light – a modern-day version of Dante’s Inferno – Lucifer gives us a look at his fall, his torment, and his soul before undergoing a guided journey through an existence he never could have imagined.
(The Eynes Anthology art courtesy of J. Horsley, 2017.)
Coming in Summer 2020, The Eynes Anthology is not your typical horror anthology. What ghosts, demons, and other creatures inhabit the Eynes family tree? Told from multiple perspectives by multiple authors, with stories spanning more than four centuries, The Eynes Anthology is sure to startle, delight, and raise a lot of questions about reality (as well as raise the hairs on the back of your neck…). Look for “2113: The Aria of Kara Eynes,” a story about a wayward opera singer grappling with her newfound, newly-possessed life, as written by A.E. Hayes.