This World Belongs to Us: An Anthology of Horror Stories about Bugs
From Beyond Press is launching with a bang—or a squirm, or the sound of too many legs skittering in the dark. This World Belongs to Us is an anthology of horror stories about bugs, writ large—we’re not scientists, so spiders and slugs and scorpions (oh my!) are OK too. Featuring stories by Bram Stoker Award winner Kealan Patrick Burke, multiple Bram Stoker Award nominees Cynthia Pelayo and V. Castro, plus Paula D. Ashe, Felix I.D. Dimaro, and Laurel Hightower, as well as a major rediscovery—John B.L. Goodwin‘s 1946 story The Cocoon, one of the creepiest stories ever written but out of print for more than 40 years. Release date: May 2023
This Is Life: Rediscovered Short Fiction by Frank London Brown
Between November 1959 and November 1960, Frank London Brown wrote at least 130 short-short stories observing episodes of daily life in Black Chicago. This book collects these stories, forgotten since their publication sixty years ago. More information here. Release date: June 2023
It Came from Beyond Pulp Illustrated Chapbooks
Between 2019 and 2022, It Came from Beyond Pulp, the parent company of From Beyond Press, published three illustrated chapbooks by Kealan Patrick Burke, Cynthia Pelayo, and Lloyd Brodnax King.