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Looking for Christmas presents? Fairytales, horror, supernatural crime, urban fantasy, or a mix of them all? In an unrelated comment, I wrote all these books and you find them by the simple expedient of doing the Google or heading to @pulpfictionbks if you’re in Brisneyland.Read more…
Having spent yesterday excavating my desk for the purposes of organisation (resulting in a list of 32 items to do, 8 of which I managed to cross off yesterday eve), I’ve spent the morning crossing 3 more off said list and procrastinating
Well, I started this on the weekend, so it looks like I’m writing a crime novel in my spare time.
The highway went on forever, or so it seemed to Stevie. Eucalypts and spinifex on either side, sometimes flashes of creeks filled to brim by recent rains, sometimes just the long grasses rippling like a sea under
The latest issue of The Dark has four great stories for your reading pleasure.
“The Only Way Out Lies Farther In” by David Tallerman
“Better Angels” by Angela Slatter (reprint)
“Sea-Crowned” by H. Pueyo
“A Pinhole of Light” by Julie C. Day (reprint)
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
So, in honour of the doors between worlds opening this eve, and all manner of things walking through, here is an older story of mine, “Words” (first published in The Lifted Brow # 5, June
Just been reminded of this fabulous illustration by the wonderful Mr Greg Ruth for my novelette, Finnegan’s Field.
It also accompanied the excellent essay, Why Horror is Good for You (and Even Better for Your Kids), by said wonderful illustrator!
So there you
I’m delighted to announce that Mr Stephen Jones is taking my story “No Good Deed” for Best New Horror #29 (PS Publications)! This story originally appeared in Mark Morris’ New Fears (Titan Books).
Fantastic review of The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming (Stephen Jones, ed.) by the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer.
The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming is a hugely enjoyable anthology, and Stephen Jones has once again worked his magic as editor to pull together some of the best and most