For as long as there have been stories, there have been ghost stories. Fiction Desk anthologies almost always feature one or two, but once in a while we also publish a collection dedicated to them. These ghost story collections are part of our main anthology line, a kind of series-within-a-series.
Our definition of 'ghost stories' is a broad one, but an honest one: although we do feature stories in the classic style, we generally give our contributors the freedom to step outside the rules and explore the supernatural in all its forms.
You can find details of our dedicated ghost story anthologies below. They're available in both paperback and Kindle editions. If you're interested in submitting work of your own for potential publication, take a look at our annual ghost story submission call.
Most of our volumes contain one or two tales of the supernatural, but the following anthologies are part of our dedicated 'New Ghost Stories' series:
Our Ghost Story Anthologies:
Our latest anthology devoted to new supernatural fiction features new fiction from authors including Alastair Chisholm, Ben Tufnell, Matt Plass, and Jo Gatford.
This selection of stories with a supernatural twist includes new work by Amanda Mason, Philippa East, and more.
Our eighth anthology features eleven tales of the supernatural, including stories from Amanda Mason, Die Booth, Alice Adams, Jane Alexander, and others.
The first of our dedicated ghost story collections includes new work from Amanda Mason, Richard Smyth, Miha Mazzini, and many more.