Haunted Hallways: The Mallory Thorne School of Excellence Anthology

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Lost spirits stroll the halls, a vengeful Kaperosa haunts the lake, and the past comes back with a burning vengeance. All this and more inside the rusted gates of the Mallory Thorne School of Excellence.

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Description

Lost spirits stroll the halls, a vengeful Kaperosa haunts the lake, and the past comes back with a burning vengeance. All this and more inside the rusted gates of the Mallory Thorne School of Excellence.

Haunted Hallways: The Mallory Thorne School of Excellence is a chilling collection of stories all taking place on the grounds of a mysterious boarding school, featuring some of the most up-and-coming Asian voices in horror from across the globe. With the allure of the Gothic, and of the ghosts that were left behind, melded with themes of identity, religion, and home - the perfect spine-tingling tale awaits you inside.

Featuring stories from:

Ai Jiang — “Introduction”
May Seleste — “Editor’s Foreword”
Audris Candra — “The Magic they Never Taught Us” (1960s—1990s)
Mirha Butt — “Twin Daggers” (1968)
Archita Mittra — “The Summoning” (1960s—1990s)
Katalina Watt — “Remain Nameless” (1990s—2000s)
Tehnuka — “Renewal Notice” (1990s—2000s)
Moachiba Jamir — “Of Mice and Pigeons" (2005)
L Chan — “Saints of Stained Glass” (2010s)
May Seleste — “Innocent Sinner” (2010s)
Mary Zambales — “Dedication” (2012)
Ashley Deng — “Behind the Eyes” (2013—2014)
Kavya Venkat — “Breaking into Finals” (2015)
Nathanael Boon — “Writing with Bite” (2020s)
Charlie Jiao — “The Housemaster's Cure” (Present day)
M.K. Sarraj — “A Memory Left Fighting” (Present day)

Creator

May Seleste - Editor
May is a South Asian Muslim author from London, and a psychoanalysis Masters graduate. She writes gothic fiction and dark fantasy, and has previously appeared in When Other People Saw Us, They Saw the Dead in 2022. She is currently querying her personal masterpiece - her gothic, dark fantasy novel. Her literature preferences lean more towards the dark and sometimes literary, with an unusual affinity for eerie tragedies or the viscerally uncomfortable. Bonus points for psychological elements - particularly anything referencing Jung.

Other than that, her hobbies include not leaving the house, caring for her bonsai, and admiring new K-pop videos. Whichever one requires the least talking. You can find her on social media at @Writermay_S.