Tyler Hauth is the author and editor of award winning fiction published across the world in print and online. Some of his favorite stories are available here for free, including The Malice (as seen in The Horror Zine Magazine's Summer 2020 print publication), the Faustian legend known as The Storm Seller, and other lesser known stories such as Summer Boy and his nationally recognized piece, The Man With the Golden Pocketwatch.

Tyler offers editing services for books and short stories. He has six years of editing experience, including 4 consecutive years in a lead position at a prestigious literary magazine in central Arkansas, and has edited well over 1000 works of fiction as of July 2020. If you're currently polishing a manuscript, reach out through the "contact" tab and ask what he can do to help. 


There’s a monster in the woods that surround the little city of Dent that grinds its teeth on young white bones and craves boy flesh. When Michael decides to penetrate the dense Ozark Mountain’s with his dog, Gus, he’s determined to uncover the truth about what’s been feasting on the city since long before his great grandpa moved there. What he discovers makes the Lovecraftian horror tales he reads in secret look like Dr. Seuss chapter books.

The Storm Seller

Described by one editor as "wickedly Faustian" and "chilling," The Storm Seller is a tale of magical realism and horror; the result is a picture of two boys that sacrifice more than they could ever know to spend a single day together in the sun. 

Summer Boy

Summer Boy is deeply poignant and shockingly impactful. One reader remarked that it was the best thing they read all year.


It's a short story of a boy who wants to get the most out of his last day of summer vacation--even if that means breaking the rules and going to the lake alone. 

The Man with the Golden Pocket Watch

When the ticking of his pocket watch begins to drive him mad, Jim's wife and young son are in mortal danger. Will the evil he inherited from his father win out and pass on to his innocent son, or will Jim be able to defeat the madness that's knocking at his mind?


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