The joy and terror of the Christmas season.
For bad children, a lump of coal from Santa is positively light punishment when Krampus is ready and waiting to beat them with a stick, wrap them in chains, and drag them down to hell—all with St. Nick's encouragement and approval.
Krampusnacht holds within its pages twelve tales of Krampus triumphant, usurped, befriended, and much more. From evil children (and adults) who get their due, to those who pull one over on the ancient "Christmas Devil." From historic Europe, to the North Pole, to present day American suburbia, these all new stories embark on a revitalization of the Krampus tradition.
Whether you choose to read Krampusnacht over twelve dark and scary nights or devour it in one nacht of joy and terror, these stories are sure to add chills and magic to any winter's reading.
Praise for Krampusnacht: Twelve Nights of Krampus:
“A kaleidoscope of Krampus tales featuring enjoyable twists and turns. Imaginative and entertaining.”
— Monte Beauchamp, Krampus: The Devil of Christmas
"From funny to pure terror. A must-read for the upcoming holiday season."
— Bitten By Books
“Twelve enthralling tales that turn the lights out on Christmas, and dance with folklore in the dark.”
— Kristina Wojtaszek, author of Opal
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Alpena, MI (November 11, 2014) – World Weaver Press (Eileen Wiedbrauk, Editor-in-Chief) is pleased to announce the Christmas horror anthology Krampusnacht: Twelve Nights of Krampus, edited by Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine editor and publisher Kate Wolford, is available in trade paperback and ebook today, Tuesday, November 11, 2014.
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