A prematurely aging girl learns to fly during the end of the world. A husband makes the ultimate sacrifice for his dying wife. Two brothers endure a rainstorm that lasts five years. A father tries to save his daughter from a sleeping epidemic. A man books into a hotel where the guests check in but never check out. A group of fine-dining cannibals worry where their next meal will come from. And a grieving mother goes in search of ghosts in a haunted house.

Human Tenderloin is a collection of horror stories with heart. Some will goose the skin. Others will leave you bloated with terror. But each one will stay with you.

“These stories don’t just leave you moving through the world differently, they leave you moving through your own head differently. And don’t look behind yourself, either. There may just be bloody footprints.” – Stephen Graham Jones, author of My Heart is a Chainsaw

“Human Tenderloin features a wide range of stories from old school in-your-face horror to quiet dread-fueled chamber pieces. Through it all Wallwork infuses a uniquely absurd, macabre sense of humor as well as a sense of the humane. Bon appetite.” – Paul Tremblay, author of A Head Full of Ghosts and Survivor Song

Human Tenderloin: A Collection of Horror Stories by Craig Wallwork is set for release on September 15th, 2021 from Underbelly Books and is available for preorder right now!

Cover photo is by horror photographer Thomas G Anderson.

Craig Wallwork

Craig Wallwork


Craig Wallwork lives in West Yorkshire, England. His short stories have appeared in many journals, magazines, and anthologies in the UK and US. He is the author of the Tom Nolan detective series, Bad People and Labyrinth of the Dolls, as well as the novels, Heart of Glass, The Sound of Loneliness, and the story collections, Quintessence of Dust, and Gory Hole. He was also the co-author of the micro collection, Serious Moonlight, along with Amanda Gowin. Get a free ebook by Craig by visiting his website here.

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