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Weird Fiction

Rooted in the Real

BOOKS

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THE ANA LOG & OTHER ANOMALIES

Debut collection

Available Now!

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MONSTERS OF ANY KIND

Edited by Alessandro Manzetti and Daniele Bonfanti

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RICHMOND MACABRE

Edited by Beth Brown and Phil Ford

Out of Print
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TALES OF SLEY HOUSE

2022

Edited by Trevor Williamson

and Lillian Ehrhart

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THE AUDIENT VOID, VOL. 6
A Journal of Weird Fiction

and Dark Fantasy
Edited by Obadiah Baird

Sold Out
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RICHMOND MACABRE VOL. II

Edited by Beth Brown and Phil Ford

Out of Print
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STILL OF WINTER

Edited by Robin Knabel &

H. Dair Brown

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SURREAL SOUTH '13

Edited by Josh Woods

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NO REST FOR

THE WICKED

Edited by Stacey Graham

Out of Print
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RAVES & REVIEWS

"A very worthwhile collection of philosophical ghost stories about technology's entanglement with the Gen X soul. Baughan's writing is so intelligent and so low-key that his "anomalies," when they step into the light, are stunning and alluring. From "The Rememberist" on, I couldn't put this book down.

JOSEPH MADDREY, author,
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film
 

[The Ana Log is] superlatively spooky

found fiction

GEMMA FILES,
Award-winning author of Experimental Film

Holy Crap, Michael! ...

["The Ana Log" is]
staggeringly good!

ALASDAIR STUART, Host, Pseudopod

Of the 15 stories, there are clear standouts. Chief among them is Michael Gray Baughan's "The Rememberist," a story set in 1863 and narrated by a reporter from the old Richmond Dispatch newspaper. Fraught with geographic and historical allusions, the underbelly of our ghosted city manifests anew. 

DARREN MORRIS,
Style Weekly

["The Rememberist"] is perhaps the best read in this entire collection. Baughan's formal yet engaging writing style does an excellent job of summoning a bygone era.

MARILYN  DREW NECCI, RVA Magazine

[The Ana Log] is one of the best attempts I've seen to capture the found-footage horror aesthetic on paper

GREGG BATES, GOODREADS

"Brodkin's Demesne" is so good I can't even express it.... It kept me enthralled from word one to the end.

DANIELLE BONFANTI, Editor, Monsters of Any Kind

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ABOUT

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Michael Gray Baughan writes weird fiction and looks after a wild old property where no roads go and no humans reside. Born and bled on the outskirts of Philadelphia, he indulged an early and lasting obsession with Poe by studying English Lit and Creative Writing at the University of Virginia.


He is the proud father of two talented artists and the lucky husband of the kindest, earthiest classical archaeologist you will ever meet. When he isn’t ruining his eyesight at the computer, or running a chainsaw, tractor, or bandsaw mill, you can often find him wandering the woods of the Old Dominion in search of his next story idea.

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CONTACT

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michaelgraybaughan@gmail.com

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