Jeff Clulow

Tales of Mystery, Magic and Myth

Launching Early 2025 in Print, eBook & Audiobook

Till death do us part. But that’s not the end.


An old house filled with riddles.

A young woman unable to laugh, unable to cry.

Now, through her dead mother’s wedding veil she will see the house not as it is, but as it once was.

She will glimpse the events of a day nearly thirty years before.

A day of obsession and cruelty.

A day of hope too, where a lost lover hides in the shadows.

Through the veil, she may come face-to-face with her family’s darkest secret.

She might learn the reason for her mother’s insanity.

She may even find a way back to her lost emotions.

And unlock the mystery of her own past.

Anthologies and Collections - Out Now

PS Publishing (UK)

One hundred years ago, T.S.Eliot's poem, The

Waste Land was first published. To mark the centenary of this modernist masterwork, nineteen writers take inspiration from its verses and explore what a wasteland means to them.

Includes 'Rats' Alley' by Jeff Clulow.

'Rats' Alley' by Jeff Clulow - a tale of lost love, passion and deep down bargaining with the dark which will carry a high price. A powerful, strange, compelling tale.

Matt Cavanagh - Runalong The Shelves.

Black Ink Fiction (USA)

Shadows blanket the streets of Victorian England, allowing those with dark secrets, and darker motives, to roam free. Murder, monstrous people, and bone-chilling terror lie within the pages of Penny Blood.

Come read tales from twelve international authors as they fill your imagination with horrors to keep you awake at night and looking over your shoulder during the day.

Includes 'Unshadowed' by Jeff Clulow.

Black Ink Fiction (USA)

Nine writers pull on the pelts of our animal companions to create stories of the animal kingdom, told from the animals' point of view.

'The Hare Bride' by Jeff Clulow goes to the heart of undying love as it unfolds the story of Billy and Cloudfoot, pulling us into the tragedy and yearning of the witch-hare legend.

Clare E. Rhoden - Author and Editor.

Clulow's writing is warm and lyrical, reminiscent of Aesop's Fables.

Belinda McDonald - Aurealis Magazine.


Midnight Echo (Aus)

‘For this issue of Midnight Echo, we called out to the horror writing community of

Australasia and asked them to send us the full spectrum of what horror can be. They answered that call in spades. No punches are pulled. No stabs are censored. You will be entertained.’

Tim Hawken – Editor, Midnight Echo.

Includes ‘Alma Mater Benedictus Est’ by Jeff Clulow.

Black Ink Fiction (USA)

They have run through our nightmares and mythology since the dawn of time. We’ve always been fascinated by wolves. They are the beast inside us. The primal part of our own nature. In this anthology, a cast of international writers takes the wolf-stories we all know and love, then turn them into something new.


Includes ‘The Storytellers’ by Jeff Clulow.

Black Ink Fiction (USA)

Everybody loves a good tale of old. From the fairytales of Grimm to Greek and Norse mythology. An abundance of writers take some of their favourite tales of old and put their own unique twist on them. So join us for a trip down the rabbit hole, past the second star to the right and past that troll bridge—the one with the monster living underneath.

Includes ‘The Singer Not the Song’ by Jeff Clulow.