“Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow” ©2014 Ray CluleySpectral Press. Artwork ©2014 Jim Burns. Layout by John Oakey
Above is the full cover wraparound (and front cover below) for Ray Cluley’s excellent tale Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow, due out soon. It’s the first in the new ‘Theatrum Mundi’ imprint, and the cover artwork is by renowned genre artist Jim Burns, with the layout by John Oakey. We are going for a more contemporary look for the new offshoot. As a bonus, there are a selection of extra stories for you to enjoy: It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like…, The Rain Deer, Mistletoe Wine, Turtledove, and a new tale especially written for the volume, Hans.
It will be available in paperback only, at least initially.
“Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow” ©2014 Ray CluleySpectral Press. Artwork ©2014 Jim Burns
“Compellingly atmospheric, it draws you into its world of terror with a skill that, in my opinion, puts Cluley up with the best writers of weird fiction we have at the moment.” Stephen Volk
“All the best winter tales are as eerie as they are beautiful, as cruel as they are comforting. In ‘Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow’, Ray Cluley has written a hauntingly memorable winter tale about love and loss and longing. And the darkteeth inside all of our souls.” Carole Johnstone
“A quiet horror set deep within the isolated icy coast of Greenland where the real horrors are left off the page and untold. Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow once again proves just how versatile Cluley is as a writer. Echoing Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, this will continue to play on your mind long after reading.” Michael Wilson, This Is Horror
US & RoW $30