nightmare come true

The Martuk Series: A Collection of Short Fiction, Vol. 1

“Equal parts deceptive beauty, haunting darkness, and shocking brutality. Jonathan Winn’s prose drags you, the reader, through a gauntlet of experiences. It’s a horror reader’s nightmare come true.” — Zakk, The Eyes of Madness

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“Recommended.”

From Gene O’Neill (THE CAL WILD CHRONICLES, THE HITCHHIKING EFFECT, AT THE LAZY K) —

Eidolon Avenue: The First Feast is my first reading experience with author Jonathan Winn, but it won’t be my last.

The structure of his five novellas is similar to the structure of Thomas Disch’s 334, a collection of stories of the inhabitants of an apartment building in a future NYC, 334. Like Disch, the strength of Winn’s writing is the excellent characterization–the unusual inhabitants of those five apartments are the stories.

Put a magnet on a note with Jonathan Winn’s name underlined on the fridge, then watch for his byline.

Recommended.”

Available January 15th (pre-order now) from Crystal Lake Publishing