'The German' by Lee Thomas

In The German (Lethe Press),  a savage serial killer forces the denizens of a small World War II-era Texas town to confront their own homophobia and xenophobia in this unsettling portrait of small-town Americana at its most insidious from Lambda Literary and Bram Stoker Award-winner Lee Thomas…. read more

6 of the Scariest Queer Horror Books Ever

UPDATED: In celebration of Halloween, we asked a few of our speculative fiction friends to share the scariest LGBT-relevant books they’ve ever read. Special thanks to Vince Liaguno for rallying his friends to contribute. Here’s the result. Jameson Currier, author of The Wolf at the Door: Some of my favorite ghost stories are by Ralph Adams… read more

'In the Closet, Under the Bed' by Lee Thomas

Lambda Award Finalist Having grown up on a steady diet of Hitchcock (films and TV show), the Twilight Zone, Outer Limits and Night Gallery, I’ve always had a penchant for horror and suspense, both in film and in literature. And it is perhaps because of growing up with these influences that horror seldom actually scares… read more

'The Closet Under The Bed' by Lee Thomas (Trailer)

In this collection of eight original tales and seven acclaimed short stories gathered together in one volume for the first time anywhere, Bram Stoker and Lambda Literary Award-winning author, Lee Thomas reminds us that sometimes the most terrifying aspects of the human condition come from within. Read more about Lee Thomas… read more