Strange stories about strange things for strange people. Tales of possession and obsession, of destruction and restoration, of the demons we hold inside us, and those we leave behind in others.
An odd apocalypse freezes a supermarket on Mother's Day, a vanished village holds an ancient curse, an abandoned ice cream van tears a street apart. Perhaps you lost a demon - do you miss it?
These curious fables are brief, but the smallest of splinters are the hardest to dig out. Come and be snagged; come, be unsettled. To be strange is to be human.
Released May 27th (which, weirdly, is also my birthday)