Litro #119: Ghosts

From Daniel Knauf’s eerily unsettling and nightmarish horror fable “Bye, Bye Blackbird” to “Flat Pack Pirate”, Sabrina Mahfouz’s slick and chilling tale of domestic paranoia, there’s something to chill even the hardened ghost lover. And if you want your shot of horror laced with a hint of violent realism, we have an exclusive extract from Sam Hawken’s Tequila Sunset to see you through into the morning hours. There is also a short story from A. J. Kirby and an especially commissioned poem by Helen Mort. We are particularly excited about Giles Anderson's piece, "The Ghost in the (Fruit) Machine", which is his first fictional submission.