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Reminiscent of Margaret Atwood, Mary Doria Russell and Ursula K. LeGuin, "The Winter Boy" explores important political and social issues within a dynamic, character-driven otherworld, wrapped up in masterful storytelling.

“...a great book... in the 'must read' category for anyone who enjoys a cultural fantasy...” ~ Charline Ratcliff, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

“You know that feeling you get after watching ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’?
When I finished reading this I had to wipe a tear away, and sighed, ‘That was wonderful.’”
~ Wendy Delmater, Abyss & Apex Magazine

Seven gentle tales of the paranormal with O'Henry-like sensibility, charm and humor

Seven From Haven by Daniel Grotta
Seven From Haven by Daniel Grotta
Kissing the Hag by Timothy Quigley
KISSING the HAG
by Timothy Quigley

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Timothy Quigley deftly interweaves Celtic mythology, Christian dogma, street smarts, New Age drunk talk and mad men’s ravings, to create a deeply compassionate portrait of a jaded, disillusioned man’s struggle to get his life back on track.

Cautionary Tales for the New Millenium

by Eric Nielsson

Illustrated by Jay Munro

a PHP Short

A droll, slightly jaundiced look at contemporary morés, this mini collection of very short illustrated stories reaches below the funny bone to expose insights and truths about who we are and what we are becoming.

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Pixel Hall Press is a relatively new, old-fashioned small publishing house whose focus is on discovering literary gems and great stories that might have otherwise been overlooked.

Our mission is to publish books and short stories that energize the imagination and intrigue the mind, and to be a conduit between readers and provocative, stimulating, talented authors.


Kissing the Hag

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Kissing the Hag