“Rowland’s confident and poetic prose slices its way under your skin and lifts the veil on visceral, disturbing, and shocking terrors residing just beneath the norm.” -Tim Lebbon, bestselling author of The Last Storm

“There’s nobody out there like Rebecca Rowland. These stories are razor-sharp, clever, and horrifying in all the best ways. Read everything she’s written, starting with this collection.” -Gwendolyn Kiste, Three-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Rust Maidens and Reluctant Immortals

“A powerfully evocative collection—packed with beautiful writing and deeply unsettling stories.” -Brian Keene

“Rebecca Rowland is a dangerous lady. She is cynical, lascivious, ironic, blood-thirsty, ice-cold, but also warmly feminist (unless the gals aren’t worth it), a guy-lover (until the boys get a little too much toxic masculinity), and at any moment, she’s ready to throw old snow beasts, walls of giant bugs, and…well, what’s your nightmare? She will hand it to you freshly minted and explode your mind. You’ve been warned. Now read this book.” -Felice Picano

“Sometimes shocking, sometimes mean, but always darkly entertaining, Rowland’s WHITE TRASH & RECYCLED NIGHTMARES makes the dread tangible in each story.” -Kevin Kangas, director of Fear of Clowns

“Rebecca Rowland comes with all guns blazing. WHITE TRASH & RECYCLED NIGHTMARES is a top-tier collection of stories that fans of horror fiction will devour. The writing and characters are strong, and the concepts are both sinister and memorable. Make some space on your shelf for this one.” -Rio Youers

“Deliciously disturbing! Rowland creates wonderfully complex characters whose stories draw you in like a siren song. With twists reminiscent of Tales from the Crypt (but so much more unsettling), this dark collection will mess with your mind in the best possible way.” -K.C. Grifant, author of Melinda West: Monster Gunslinger

“Rebecca Rowland is a powerhouse, crafting each story with the ease of a surgeon making the most basic incisions. I’m of the opinion that the two greatest traits a writer can possess are irony and wit; Rowland has that in abundance, and of the darkest variety. Highly recommended.” -Ronald Malfi, author of Come with Me

Early praise for Rebecca Rowland’s next must read book…

A workaholic splits his time between home and hotel rooms until an anonymous cryptic message arrives, setting off a wrinkle in the time continuum and slowly shredding his sanity. Elsewhere, a woman’s jealousy over her spouse’s connection with their only child boils over, leading her to see monsters everywhere except the mirror. University fraternity brothers discover that a cruel prank has dire consequences but the full extent of their punishment is yet to come, while an intrepid hiker explores an abandoned Cold War facility hidden within a Massachusetts mountain only to realize that military secrets aren’t the only things buried within. From witches, wendigos, and werecats to sirens, sadists, and serial killers, Rebecca Rowland serves readers a twenty-tale meal of cosmic, creature, and quiet horror in platters heaping with unsettling trepidation. In Rowland’s long-awaited follow-up to The Horrors Hiding in Plain Sight, a lighted room provides no safe haven, and in the darkest corner of the basement waits a ravenous dread. The most sinister objects of fear are never truly discarded…just repurposed. Includes a foreword by Mary SanGiovanni.

Your nightmares begin right here…

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Those who do not learn from history are doomed to (rep)eat it.
A mother and daughter negotiate the Oregon Trail with grisly results; an elementary teacher watches the carnage of The Challenger explosion spill over into her own classroom. A possible prospector traveling west is drawn to an isolated inn where no one walks away hungry; a 1950s housewife shares the gruesome repertoire of behavior expected of a proper lady. Prohibition and women’s suffrage, the Civil War and the Vietnam War, the JFK assassination conspiracy and the Y2K hysteria: the annals of American history are reimagined with a side order of cannibalism by twenty of the biggest names writing horror fiction today.
Forget what you read in the textbooks.
Everything you were taught about the Land of Liberty is about to be history.

“This is a must read for all horror fans.”

“This is a great little collection of stories presenting cannibalism throughout significant events in American history. With different authors, the possibilities range from the fantastic to the disturbingly possible, yet all of them will inspire you to consider… “what if….?””

“These stories are dark and gruesome. Not for the faint of heart. You’ve been warned. But if you are hungry for human flesh you’ll enjoy each one of these well written, disturbing, and grotesque stories. Truly enjoyed this book!”

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About Author Rebecca Rowland

Rebecca Rowland is the dark fiction author of two fiction collections, one novel, a handful of novellas, and too many short stories. She is also the editor of seven horror anthologies, and her speculative fiction, critical essays, and book reviews regularly appear in a variety of online and print venues. A New England native, Rebecca has lived all over Massachusetts and as a result, chooses to torture most of her characters there.

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