Tag Archives: “A Visitor from Down Under” by L.P. Hartley

Aaron Dries: The Sound of His Bones Breaking

And today the delightful and delovely Mr Aaron Dries takes over the blog to chat horror, writing, ugly sweaters, and The Sound of His Bones Breaking.

1. What do new readers need to know about Mr Aaron Dries?

I’ve got a love for ugly jumpers. Consider
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HARK!

As we can’t show the cover yet, here are my knees, in a pool, whilst I’m house-sitting. You’re welcome.

Just to say that I’m delighted to announce that I’ve got a new story in Christopher Golden’s HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS SCREAM, due out in
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Hypothermia, Healing and Hallucinatory Polar Bears

As it is today, overcast and cold.

Those of you who know me well will be very aware that I hate exercise – possibly because I have on more than one occasion screamed “I hate exercise!” I’m subtle like that. In
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Certain Dark Things: Silvia Moreno-Garcia

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The fabulous Silvia Moreno-Garcia, editor, author, publisher, all-round multi-talented person, has a new book out: Certain Dark Things.

You need it.

1. First of all, what do new readers need to know about Silvia Moreno-Garcia?

My debut novel, Signal to Noise, about magic and
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Focus 2014 Interviews: Kaaron Warren

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Photo credit Andrew Sikorski

Today the wonderful Kaaron Warren talks Focus 2014 from Fablecroft.

What was the inspiration for your story, “Death’s Door Cafe”?

This story was inspired a visit to the National Museum, where they had an exhibit of items
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Marianne de Pierres: Mythmaker

Following hot on the successful heels of Peacemaker, the delightful Marianne de Pierres is back with Mythmaker!mdp2

Virgin’s in a tight spot. A murder rap hangs over her head and isn’t likely to go away unless she agrees to work for
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The 2nd Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Gary Fry

gary-fryGary Fry lives in Dracula’s Whitby, literally around the corner from where Bram Stoker was staying when he was thinking about that character. Gary has a PhD in psychology, but his first love is literature. He is the author of many short story collections,
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The Sourdough Posts: The Angel Wood

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This story first appeared in the lovely Shimmer #5 in 2006 (and illustrated by a wondrous piece by Sandro Castelli). The title came from a late night episode of Frost, I think, in which there was indeed a place
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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Lisa Tuttle’s Something Sinister in Sunlight

Lisa TuttleOf Lisa Tuttle’s work, Dave Langford has said “Tuttle writes well and knows just how to push the gooseflesh button. I’d say more but it’s difficult to type while trembling under the bedclothes.” Speaks for itself, really. Below, Lisa
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