The Pulp Horror Book of Phobias

Phobias are defined as an irrational and extreme fear of something. It could be anything as long as it causes an intense and debilitating fear.

What happens when these irrational fears/phobias become reality? When the irrational becomes rational and there’s a reason to be scared? Find out in The Pulp Horror Book of Phobias.

We’ve created an A to Z phobia list and elevated each one to a new level of fear. These stories come to life in ways that will make you want to sleep with the light on, double check the locks on your door, and think twice before dismissing your fear as irrational.

Stories illustrated by Luke Spooner; cover by Kealan Patrick Burke.

Edited by MJ Sydney, available now from LVP Publications.

My story, “True Confessions of the Happiest Pistachio in the Whole Wide World,” is about the fear of Utopian societies.
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