Monthly Archives: September 2011
Just finished reading the latest of my Shirley Jackson collection, We Have Always Lived in the Castle.
OMG. Maybe even more brilliant that The Haunting of Hill House. Poison. Crazy folk. Villagers with torches and pitchforks. Oh my!
‘In this village the men stayed young
Here it is, the damned thing. All bound and delivered to the postgrad office, with only one minor heart attack when I found the doors of said office closed. This is, of course, not the end. There will
American writer Richard Christian Matheson is a master of horror fiction and screenplays, a drummer, an expert on the occult and a paranormal researcher. His short story collections include Scars and Other Distinguishing Marks and Dystopia. His debut novel Created By was a
T’is the catalogue from Nicolas Granger-Taylor’s latest exhibition.
Astonishing talent, beautiful, beautiful art!
There is a reason Barry Humphries owns NGT’s work!
Mark West is a nice man (which seems to run in the British horror scene – interestingly enough). His titles include In The Rain With The Dead (from Pendragon Press), Strange Tales (Rainfall Books), Conjure (again with Rainfall Books) and
Nice things to happen this week:
1. Death and the Spanish Lady by Carolyn Morwood and brought out by the lovely Pulp Fiction Press.
2. Mammoth Book of Best New Horror #22, edited by Stephen Jones.
Normally, I cobble together bios for my drive-by victims … but why would I try to write anything other than what the man himself has on his website when it starts with the words ‘Bootlegger’ and ‘International