Kev Harrison books in order
Kev Harrison is a British writer of dark fiction and English language teacher currently working and living in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon.
His wandering lifestyle has previously taken him to a number of cities across the United Kingdom, not to mention Turkey and Poland.
Kev could never have enough of travelling and is also quite fervent about food, photography, music, and fiction.
A staff writer for This is Horror, his short fiction has been published in a number of magazines and anthologies.
Genres: Fantasy / SF, Horror, Paranormal
- Lost Films (2018)
- We Shall Be Monsters: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 200 years on (2018)
- Creeping Corruption Anthology (2019)
- Warding (2019)
- FANGS (Aphotic Realm Magazine) (2019)
- Ghosts, Spirits and Specters: Volume 1 (2019)
- Terror Politico: A Screaming World in Chaos (2019)
- The Balance (2020)
In Darkness, Delight
- In Darkness, Delight: Creatures of the Night (2019)
Short Sharp Shocks!
- Cinders Of A Blind Man Who Could See (Short Sharp Shocks! Book 13) (2019)
Detailed book overview
Nineteen authors, both renowned and relatively new to the genre, have joined forces to deliver a collection of frightening and extensive tales that will assuredly unnerve the readers.
A group of psychopaths hold an annual film festival, the lost series finale of The Simpsons distorts the sanity of a young boy, and a VCR threatens to destroy reality.
Lost Films has this and many more fiction tales by: Brian Evenson, Kelby Losack, Gemma Files, Bob Pastorella, Leigh Harlen, Brian Asman, Dustin Katz, Betty Rocksteady, Andrew Novak, John C. Foster, Ashlee Scheuerman, Thomas Joyce, Eugenia Triantafyllou, Kev Harrison, Jessica McHugh, Kristi DeMeester, Chad Stroup, Izzy Lee, and David James Keaton.
Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” played a pivotal role in shaping the genres of horror and science fiction, further advancing new forms for women’s writing.
On Frankenstein’s 200th birthday, Derek Newman-Stille joined forces with Renaissance Press to come up with a book that looks at Frankenstein stories from entirely new and exciting perspectives.
The stories here have been contributed by: Day Al-Mohamed, Lena Ng, Ashley Caranto Morford Cait Gordon, Joshua Bartolome, JF Garrard, Andrew Wilmot, Arianna Verbree, Evelyn Deshane, D. Simon Turner, Jennifer Lee Rossman, Kaitlin Tremblay, Lisa Carreiro Eric Choi & Joseph McGinty, Randall G. Arnold, Alex Acks, Corey Redekop, KC Grifant, Halli Lilburn, Kev Harrison, Max D. Stanton, Victoria K. Martin, Priya Sridhar and Liam Hogan.
From the gradual deterioration of society to the disintegration of holy places, corruption cuts across everything.
A collection of stories from new and upcoming authors of horror, this book has the very best and most terrifying of corruption stories.
From the sixteen stories, you’ll find all forms of corruption. Diseases and parasites that eat away at the flesh, madnesses, phobias that annihilate minds and demeaning acts that peel away the soul.
Get ready to feast on the corruption.
"A tale of subterranean supernatural horror."
Desperate to begin a new chapter, Kate moves to a new house.
When her dog, Tigger, however starts digging at a wall in the basement, beyond the terrible smell appears a medieval relic about witchcraft and superstition.
This is however the modern age. And such things don’t work, right?
Complete with remarkable cover artwork by Graphics in Design, packed with Easter eggs from the story, this revised edition of WARDING comes with an introduction and author's notes on inspirations, story craft and even music related to the piece.
Villagers are viciously tormented by rabid wolves.
The population is overcome by swarms of persistent rats.
FANGS is an anthology of Animal Horror stories about rabid wolves, persistent rats, and other frightening creatures.
Some of the tales featured include:
BLACK FUR, RED FANGS by Kenneth Tilford
THE WAITING GAME by Kev Harrison
MOTHER'S RUIN by S.J. Budd
INFESTATION by Chris Martin
HER SPECIAL SAUCE by Joanna Koch
TARANTO by Michael Carter
A MURMUR OF SHADOWS by Tom Over
TWO WEEKS TO WOLF by Christopher Stanley
COMIC:BLACK DOG by Marcello Bondi
NON-FICTION: RABIES AND HORROR by Toni Miller
INTERVIEW WITH: Adam Nevill, Best Selling Author of The Ritual and more.
Compiled and edited by Xtina Marie, the Dark Poet Princess, Ghosts, Spirits, & Specters is a collection of eighteen frightening stories that are assured to unsettle the readers.
The stories are by: Michael J. Moore, Richard Raven, T. Fox Dunham, Kev Harrison, Sarah Cannavo, DJ Tyrer, Jon O'Bergh, Laszlo Tamasfi, David F. Gray, Nathan Helton, Dustin Chisam, Bill Davidson, Brian James Lewis, Trevor Newton, Dawson Goodell, R.C. Mulhare, Nikki D. Freeman, and Eric Nash.
How exactly did that weird writing end up in the sky?
What’s that mysterious stare in the alien’s eye?
What monster is spreading fake news and true lies, as glaciers melt and citizens perish?
Zombies terrorize and chaos sparks. Is there some kind of plan?
Let the terror begin!
“The price of blood is always blood.”
Things are falling apart for Natalia.
All it took was for her to look away for a second for her brother to be hurt.
Her relationship with her mother is damaged while her brother’s condition is getting worse.
Her only salvation lies at the heart of the unforgiving forest; her only hope is a secret only spoken in undertones.
But when help comes, a sacrifice could very well be the only way to restore the balance.
This enthralling tale, where humanity collides with nature, is a modern reimagining of the Slavic folk tale of Baba Yaga, set in Poland during the Cold War.
In Darkness, Delight
This book is an original anthology series exposing the numerous faces of modern horror.
It’s a collection of astonishing and silent, pulp and literary, cold-hearted and moving, strange tales of escalating madness alongside full-blown thrillers.
Some of the features include:
Josh Malerman: One Thousand Words on a Tombstone – Bully Jack
Jeff Strand: The Last Thing You Want to Be
Ray Garton: A Survivor
Richard Chizmar: Father
Mary SanGiovanni: The Giant’s Table
Tim Curran: White Rabbit
Christopher Motz: Scales
Kev Harrison: Snap
NB: This book is the second installment in the In Darkness, Delight Series. Kev Harrison did not contribute to the first part, In Darkness, Delight: Masters of Midnight (2019)