Pre-orders are now open for Coffin Bell’s second print anthology, Coffin Bell TWO! While supplies last, each pre-order will ship in October along with a set of seven mailable Coffin Bell post cards designed by Lindsey Turner! (See the full set on Instagram; post card gift includes a selection of seven of these cards.)
Anthologies are expected to ship in October.
Featuring work by Jane Yolen, Gerri R. Gray, Cindra Spencer, Dean Quarrell, A. C. Koch, Ralph Pennel, Ben Tari, Zuri McWhorter, James Raleigh, Lauren Villa, Linda Quinlan, Bekkie Jean Murphy, Samia Ahmed, Cecilia Kennedy, Ginny Fite, Lindsey Turner, Benjamin Brindise, Craig Anderson, Rachel Hehl, Emily Harrison, Megan Schmid, Andrew Weber, Evelyn Deshane, Shanna Merceron, Marisa Crane, Bernardo Villela, Heather Rick, Andy Betz, Alex Kazemi, Meiloni Erickson, Samantha Steiner, Linda Dove, Gregory Kimbrell, Josh Smith, Catherine Garbinsky, J. B. Stone, Victoria Nordlund, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Anne Rundle, Julie Allyn Johnson, Valin Paige, December Lace, Robin Wright, Nicole Rivera, Cash Myron Toklas, R. C. deWinter, Owen Lubozynski, Katharina Bezushko, Courtney Hilden, C. Kubasta, S. Preson Duncan, Jackie Sherbow, Sean William Dever, Wendy Howe, Dan A. Cardoza, Andrew Lafleche, Ken Farrell, Robert Campbell, and more!
Edited by: Coffin Bell Editors
Cover Art & Layout Design by: Lindsey Turner
Price for pre-ordered anthology is $16 plus $4.99 shipping & handling.
The holidays are upon us, so we at Coffin Bell are thinking about evil, fear, and the dark. We hope you enjoy this selection of quotations from writers on these very topics, made beautifully into a collection of dark postcards designed by Coffin Bell’s Lindsey Turner.
The Spanish artist Seigar was kind enough to render some of the vivid, saturated photos he is known for into black and white for use around the Coffin Bell site. Take a look at his creepy captures, and if you like what you see, you should see the full color versions of his work on Flickr. Click his name above to go to his set “Tales of a City II” on Flickr, or read his bio and artist statement here.