Painting by Les Edwards
Stephen Jones = sine qua non for a successful horror anthology. A Book of Horrors collects original horror stories and is brought out under the aegis of the new imprint from Quercus, Jo
… has reposted my interview with Paul Kane and Paul’s review of the World Fantasy-nominated Sourdough and Other Stories.
I celebrate with otters!
The lovely Tehani over at FableCroft has asked a few erudite folk to write about their experiences with indie press – yes, the press that wears dreadlocks.
Or not. Jason Nahrung has renamed it ’boutique press’, which makes it sound like
Here it is! A Book of Horrors!
My author’s copies.
The hard cover is particularly awesome :mrgreen:.
From Quercus Books new Jo Fletcher imprint!
Being launched this weekend at Brighton.
And yes, I wear cat’s ears now. Cat’s ears are cool.
So, what is the Lair of the Evil Drs Brain?
Basically it’s Lisa Hannett and I talking to each other and other people about stuff. Writing stuff.
Topics will include:
Where you write and how you get in
Aussie writer Sara Douglass lost her battle with cancer and died early this morning.
Sara was a very talented writer, an international best-seller and a great contributor to the world’s book spirit.
She will be missed.
I polished a story for her upcoming
This is a great noise-pod – one day, Virginia, you too may earn yourself a writing assistant! No, you may not use them to send flowers to your mum or buy tasteless apology scarves for your wife/husband.
Today’s thing of interest is Gio Clairval’s post over here about participating in the VanderMeer’s latest gigantic project, The Weird.
THE WEIRD: I have participated in one of the largest thematic anthology projects of all time, and