Twisted Fairy Tales

Twisted Myths

Comic Books (available in a graphic novel format)

Outside comic book anthology

  • Contains ‘Colours’, a short story drawn by John Riordan. Eds. Amir Naaman & Doron Hamburger; Ash Pure, 2017.

Witchfinder: The Mysteries of Unland

  • Story & script by Maura McHugh & Kim Newman; art by Tyler Crook; Colorist: Dave Stewart; Cover Artist Mike Mignola; for Dark Horse Comics, 2015. (Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder was created by Mike Mignola for the Hellboy universe.) Trade paperback collection of five-issue mini-series.

Womanthology: Heroic comic book anthology

  • Contains ‘The Nail’, with art & colours by Star St. Germain; story edited by Suzannah Rowntree. Published by IDW Publishing, 2012.

A full list of all comics is available on the Credits page.


Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

  • A Midnight Movie Monograph for Electric DreamHouse Press, an imprint of PS Publishing, 2017. Series editor Neil Snowdon.

We Are The Martians: The Legacy of Nigel Kneale anthology

  • Contains ‘Under the Influence: Kneale’s Dramatic Legacy’. PS Publishing, 2017, edited by Neil Snowdon.

A full list of all non-fiction is available on the Credits page.

Short Stories (available in Anthologies)


  • Contains ‘Bone Mother’. Eds. Sean Wallace & Paul Tremblay; Prime Books, 2007.

Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2010

  • Contains ‘Vic’,. Ed. Paula Guran, Prime Books, 2010.

La Femme

  • Contains ‘Valerie’. Ed. Ian Whates, NewCon Press, 2014.

Cassilda’s Song

  • Contains ‘Family’. Ed. Joe S. Pulver, Chaosium Inc, 2015.

Obsidian: A Decade of Horror Stories by Women

  • Contains ‘Valerie’. Ed. by Ian Whates, NewCon Press, 2016.

The Grimm Future

  • Contains ‘Zel and Grets’. Ed. Erin Underwood, NESFA Press, 2016.

Uncertainties: Volume 1

Ten Tall Tales

  • Contains ‘The Fruit of the Tree’. Ed. Ian Whates, NewCon Press, 2016.

The Madness of Dr. Caligari

Respectable Horror

Walk on the Weird Side

A full list of all short stories is available on the Credits page.

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