The Director’s Cut

Film producer Lasha feels imprisoned in her world of reality, make believe, hallucination and the occult. Only a mysterious director seems to have the key to set her free. But her freedom is Jim’s hell.

“That is why I love anthologies like Tesseracts 14. There are stories from authors that I know and love (like Robert J. Sawyer and Claude Lalumiere), as well as stories from authors that are new to me, like the aforementioned Hayward and Curelas, to name just a few. Fantasy, horror and science fiction fans who are looking for something, well, weird should check out this anthology of delectable literary morsels of Canadian speculative fiction.” — Paul Goat Allen, Barnes and Noble Bookclub


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