Enter an obscure universe known through the lives of 22 souls as the Nameless One and their ghoulish companion attempt to unlock the mysterious past of how they died. Yet, danger lurks even in the post-death realm, the Midway, and it is not keen on mortal visitors.
A talking goat head, celestial beings, self-imposed existential dread, devils and demons are a small selection of what awaits in the Macrocosm.
Award-winning author Konn Lavery’s short story collection explores his expanding Macrocosm, sharing the same universe as his previous works such as the horror novels Cultivate and Rave, thriller YEGman, and the dark fantasy series Mental Damnation. These interconnected tales bring everything under one, strange, unsettling, cosmos.
- Literary Titan, Gold Book Award, 2021
- Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards, Bronze Short Stories, 2021
- N.N. Light Book Awards, Finalist Horror, 2021
- The Wishing Shelf Awards, Finalist Adult Fiction, 2021
- Manybooks May 2022 Horror Book of the Month
Praise for Into the Macrocosm
“Konn Lavery’s Into The Macrocosm is an exceptional short story collection that explores some provocative ideas through a darkly imaginative lens reminiscent of Edgar Allen Poe or H.P. Lovecraft.” – ★★★★★ Literary Titan
“I loved that this novel used these dark stories to highlight the importance of self-awareness.” – ★★★★ Arganise Campbell-Nash, Goodreads
“Captivating characters and a cleverly designed, fantastical plot. A highly recommended set of shorts.” – ★★★★★ Wishing Shelf Awards
“With an engaging narrative and evocative artwork, Konn Lavery's Into the Macrocosm is an entertaining embrace of fantastical oddities and life beyond.” – ★★★★★ Lit Amri, Readers’ Favorite
Konn Lavery is a Canadian author whose work has been recognized by Edmonton’s top five bestseller charts and by reviewers such as Readers’ Favorite, and Literary Titan.
He started writing stories at a young age while being homeschooled. After graduating from graphic design college, he began professionally pursuing his writing with his first release, Reality. He continues to write in the thriller, horror, and fantasy genres.
He balances his literary work along with his own graphic design and website development business, titled Reveal Design. His visual communication skills have been transcribed into the formatting and artwork found within his publications supporting his fascination of transmedia storytelling.