Growing Concerns: An Eco Horror Anthology





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Published on Jan 8, 2014

This is the book trailer for Chupa Cabra House's "Growing Concerns" horror anthology.

Disaster sprouts from the smallest seed.

Prepare yourself for a new breed of horror. Cultivated by the house that brought you Charlie D. La Marr's circuspunk collection "Bumping Noses and Cherry Pie" and the H.G. Wells-inspired anthology "We Walk Invisible" comes "Growing Concerns", the first fully-realized collection of eco-horror short fiction ever. Including over a dozen authors, such as the talented Luke Murphy, Ken Goldman, N J Magas, and Donna A. Leahey, Chupa Cabra House is happy to present to you a garden of tricks, corruption, and murder.

Lakes. Cemeteries. Labs. Greenhouses. Front lawns and backyards. Plants surround us, and from their roots, branches, and seeds come the most visceral and horrific stories of all. These nightmares are sentient. They're haunted. They're tired, and done suffering a population that could not survive without them. From the most gorgeous of flowers to the smallest of fungi, "Growing Concerns" sheds light on the last psychological terror of the human race: Mother Earth in rebellion.


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