Fifteen tales of the things that haunt us... ...obsession, regrets, madness, and redemption. A waxwork...Product Details
A companion volume to 'My Daughter is a Donington Goth'. Writer and poet Rob Gee, spent several weeks...Product Details
Leicester based writer and poet Rob Gee spent several weeks wandering around Castle Donington in Leicestershire,...Product Details
Between 1806 and 1807, William Wordsworth lived and worked in Coleorton near Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire....Product Details
What can Father Divine do when a nun confesses a disturbing secret? Bill has always lived in his parents...Product Details
A collection of dark, urban tales: the pros and cons of stealing a pensioner, a mothers prison visit,...Product Details
Claire relives her past but her memories are fragmented, shattered like the remains of a toy kaleidoscope....Product Details
A Maori granddaughter safeguards her strange legacy, transsexuals beguile tourists in a Cuban park, a...Product Details
Emma J. Lannie explores extraordinary moments within ordinary lives, that are evocative of fairy tale...Product Details
Bardon is a lost village of Leicestershire, demolished in 1989 to make way for a quarry and it's inhabitants...Product Details
Getting the Coal tells the story of a Leicestershire mining community, in the words of the people who...Product Details
The geometry of distance. Wear it like a chain. Katie Daniels s book is about separation from those we...Product Details
Mantle Lane Press is a small publishing venture based in Leicestershire.
You can buy all of our current publications here, organised under the categories menu to the left of the page. We will be adding new titles as we expand our range.
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What Haunts the Heart our new anthology of short fiction is available as an ebook from Amazon here: http://amzn.to/1QmsC05
Submissions. We are currently closed for submissions. Submission calls will usually be posted via Duotrope.com and the Arts Council's Artsjobs mailing list.