IFWG prides itself with its Chapbook series, releasing once or twice a year a short title with something special between their covers: underepresented work, such as poetry, microprose, hybrid narrative/poetry with illustrations, and other experimental pieces. It is therefore with much delight that we can announce the acquisition of Seb Doubinsky’s dark novella, The Horror, which in many ways is experimental in its handling of the horror genre (both a deconstruction and a homage), and at the same time would be most welcome indeed to general readers of dark fiction.
This title will be released world-wide in the first quarter of 2024.
Seb Doubinsky is a bilingual French dystopian writer and poet. He is the author, among others, of The Babylonian Trilogy, The Song Of Synth, White City, Missing Signal and The Invisible. His novels are set in a city-states parallel universe which mirrors our own. His novel, Missing Signal, published by Meerkat Press, won the Bronze Foreword Reviews Award in the sci-fi category. He lives in Denmark with his family and teaches literature, history and culture in the French department of Aarhus University.
IFWG will also be releasing a chapbook of poetry and prose in November 2022 by J.S. Breukelaar and Seb Doubinsky, titled Turning the Seasons – A Dark Almanac.