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Steve Toase
Munich based writer, Pantheon, Fortean Times, Not One Of Us, Aurealis, Third Flatiron, MADE FROM HUMAN PARTS. Lead writer on Haunt
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Steve Toase 13h
Replying to @Joannechocolat
See you soon!
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Steve Toase 14h
As I’m on a panel about micro and flash fiction at. I thought I best keep in practice
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Steve Toase 15h
Steam coated the window, then condensation. Using his finger Bill drew shapes into the moisture like he used to as a child. Circles and spirals. Designs he remembered from his mother’s…
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Steve Toase 15h
Replying to @stevetoase
Hi Al. I’m back in the U.K. and want to get these back to you. If you drop me your address via DM (think you’ll have to add me) I’ll post them back.
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Hookland Oct 18
For because this illustration by is not only a perfect summation of the spirit of folklore in Hookland.
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Steve Toase 16h
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🎃Alexa Seidel🎃 Oct 18
ICYMI, I have a new poem out for you to digest. Seeing as how it contains Seven Witches, it makes a fitting October read, so go for it!
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Steve Toase Oct 18
We did that at school and started with Amen. I’m not sure how far we got but we freaked ourselves out.
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41 Strange Oct 18
Rare 19th century eight-legged walking doll 🎃
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Steve Toase Oct 18
That great British tradition of being on a train that’s running late, and getting a bit worried about making your connection. But it’s ok gentle reader, because this being the British Public transport system the connection is also running late.
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🎃April Haunts🍂 Oct 18
In 1706 the villagers of Shapwick, in Dorset, were terrified by a many-legged, googly eyed, clawed monster or devil that was making its wicked way through the town. It was a crab that had been dropped from a fishmonger’s cart. Shapwick is 8 miles from the sea
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Simon "People Who Chew Noisily" Spurrier Oct 18
Here's Ashley Witter's cover for Doctor Aphra #28. MY FRIEND DOESN'T LIKE YOU.
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Maria Haskins Oct 18
It was Alan Garner's birthday yesterday, and even though it's a day late, I'd like to share the one book of his that blew my mind as a YA reader, and still blows my mind today: "Red Shift" is one of my favourite books EVER.
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Steve Toase Oct 18
I’m just about to go through Alderley Edge on the train to :) my old M.A. lecturer wrote a book with him.
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Steve Toase Oct 18
Thank you! See you soon 😀
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Steve Toase Oct 18
On the flight back to the U.K. for . A bit disappointed the plane looks like a normal plane rather than something from a Gernsback story.
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JemFace Oct 18
Fears and Worries about
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Steve Toase Oct 18
Get a coffee via ko-fi. Not only will she drink the beverage, but as a beetle she can fashion the cup into a small summer-house.
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Steve Toase Oct 18
Flying back to the UK today for . Here's my schedule for the weekend.* *Does not include eating fish and chips, buying pies and remembering to watch for traffic coming in the other direction.
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Ellen Datlow Oct 17
The Tales of Horror Humble Bundle is now up with horror anthos by me (Darkness, Nightmares, Lovecraft's Monsters), also: The Ultimate Werewolf, The Ultimate Undead, and The Ultimate Dracula, plus books by Lisa...
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