Looking for a last minute present for X-Mas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Yule? Trying to decide what to get with all those gift cards you’re sure to get from unimaginative gift-givers? Well, fret no more; Test Patterns is finally available!
The debut anthology from Planet X Publications, Test Patterns features all-new original stories and poetry inspired by such classic horror, sci-fi, and fantasy TV shows as The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, and The Outer Limits.
My story, “I Am Become Death,” is about a WWII combat photographer who, after documenting the devastation at Hiroshima, returns to America only to find that some shadowy thing has come home with him.
Check out the full list of contributors below.
Table of Contents:
- “The Woman in the Forge of Saturday Night” by Joe Pulver
- “Evidence of Absence” by Scott Graves
- “I Am Become Death” by William Tea
- “The Judge” by Philip Fracassi
- “The Snake Beneath My Skin” by Sarah Walker
- “The Hands of Chaos” by Ashley Dioses
- “The Nomenclature of Unnamable Horrors” by Peter Rawlik
- “Golden Girl” by S.L. Edwards
- “Scenes From a Forgotten Diorama” by Brian O’Connell
- “You Can’t Go Wrong with Grass-Fed Beef” by Jill Hand
- “Abettor” by Ruth Asch
- “Work Group” by Pete Carter
- “The Cliffside Tavern” by Sean M. Thompson
- “One Evening in Whitbridge” by Scott Thomas
- “The Velveteen Volvo” by Nathan Carson
- “Outre Non-Limitations” by Frederick J. Mayer
- “The Kumiho Question” by Frederick J. Mayer
- “I’ve Lived in This Place a Long Time” by Can Wiggins
- “The White Terror” by Frank Coffman
- “Symptom of the Universe” by John Claude Smith
- “Sustenance of the Stars” by Scott J. Couturier
- “Alien Shore” by Rob Martin
- “Ye Hermit’s Lay” by Adam Bolivar
- “Bridge” by Don Webb
- “Balls” by Russell Smeaton
- “Call Me Corey” by Matthew M. Bartlett
- “Hero Mother” by Cody Goodfellow
- “Red-Eye” by Mark Rainey
- “Séance” by K.A. Opperman
- “Looking for Ghosts” by Duane Pesice
Yes indeed, this anthology is surely the perfect holiday surprise for that special someone you love. Or for the one you just kinda like. Or for the one you hate. Or for yourself. For anybody, really!