'The Picture' by Rosalie Parker. A cautionary tale that puts a new spin on the classic theme of the haunted picture.

'Last Train to Tassenmere' by Huw Langridge. A weary commuter facing a big decision finds himself at a station that can't possibly exist.

'To Pass the Night' by Mark Patrick Lynch. Once upon a time there was a story-teller, and an ending that was not exactly happy.

'Dark Wind Through Brightest Wing' by Adam Walter. A dark and lyrical tale of a family divided by bitterness.

'The Judas Man' by D. Siddall. Some are not destined to be happy or loved, but to be useful.

'Pockets of Emptiness' by Louis Marvick. An academic finds himself haunted by the sorrows of others.