Tag Archives: A Book of Horrors
Right, so some more Samhain love: links to (Vaguely) Witchy Things I’ve Written That You Can Read for Free.
Thank you to all the wonderful publishers who’ve loved these stories and sent them
Today, we start a series of interviews with just about everyone involved in the new anthology Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear, edited by Stephen Jones and published by Jo
Well, as the header says, here it is!
Very exciting. My work’s now been translated into Czech, Romanian, Japanese and Russian.
A very vintage kind of Crypt Keeper illustration!
Spotted in one of the NewsLink stores at Sydney Airport when I was coming back from the NSW Writers’ Centre Speculative Fiction Festival (more on that later).
Makes me very happy to see A Book of Horrors out in
The delightful Mr Edward Lipsett of Trident House has purchased reprint rights to “The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter” (from A Book of Horrors) – also kudos to him on being the fastest paying publisher I have dealt with!
The story will
I love stories that explore old-world traditions, bringing to light the customs and techniques that are fading fast in the technology-driven world we live in today. In