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THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF HALLOWEEN STORIES

Edited by Mr Stephen Jones and published by Skyhorse, The Mammoth Book of Halloween Stories will be released at Halloween (well, does what it says on the can!). You can pre-order here.

Check out the ToC:

“Introduction: When Churchyards Yawn”
“October in the Chair”
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Dark Satanic Mills – first review

A really terrific review by Anthony Watson of Great British Horror 2: Dark Satanic Mills, edited by Steve J. Shaw (Black Shuck Books). Plus, I got to be in an anthology with authors and friends whose work I love.

Very kind
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Dark Satanic Mills

I’ve got a story in the latest anthology from Black Shuck Books, Great British Horror 2: Dark Satanic Mills. You can pre-order it now.

Thanks to Steve Shaw for inviting me and letting me be part of such excellent company.

Here’s the
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The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2017

YBDFH17MOCK300And Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2017 ToC has been released. Happy happy joy joy to share space with these wonderful writers (and also for name on cover – rare and never gets old).

Contents (in alphabetical order
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At the top of the TBR pile …

… is this shiny new anthology, A Season in Carcosa, edited by Joe S. Pulver.

Published by Miskatonic University Press, it contains stories by such leading lights as Allyson Bird, Cate Gardner, Gary McMahon, Simon Stranzas, Laird Barron, Michael Kelly …
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Mini-review: Nowhere Hall

When Publishers Weekly describes someone as “…a rising purveyor of high literary strangeness…” a reader can justifiably hope for more than a touch of awesome in a chapbook called Nowhere Hall written by a writer known only as Read more…

Cate Gardner at This is Horror

Awesome Flash Fear by Cate is here.

The car stopped outside the caravan they’d stayed in when Sean went missing. Keith caught his breath and waited for the shake in his muscles to cease. His parents didn’t
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Alan Baxter considers Spectral Press

Here.

Snoopy Dancing news

Great news the other day: I finished (at last!) my first piece of fiction since I submitted my brain-shredding PhD. The idea occurred to me about 4 weeks post-PhD but then it took me about 7 weeks to finally get everything on paper and then edited and polished
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The Pinstripe Drive-by: Cate Gardner

Cate Gardner, she of the clever and creepy Strange Men in Pinstripe Suits*, is the third cab off the chapbook rank at Spectral Press. Following true to form for this lovely independent press, her contribution Nowhere Hall, has sold
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