Paul Kane’s latest, Scary Tales, will soon be available. I read it and liked it so much I wrote the Introduction.
Beware: the writing style is deceptive, conversational: you’re just having a drink with an old friend …
So, this is causing some excitement chez nous:
1. A limited edition slipcased hardcover of the legendary Stephen King’s equally legendary The Tommyknockers from PS Publishing (cover by the incredible Daniele Serra),
2. I’ve been asked to write an
Hello, 2018, sorry I’ve been slow – been having a bit of a nap. But almost awake now, so let’s get to it.
I thought we’d start the year with an interview with the lovely Mr Paul Kane!
Hey, the fab peeps at PseudoPod have included my creepy story “Cuckoo” (this is a story of mine that actually makes me shudder) in the Halloween month!
Fair warning: all kinds of nastiness and not for the faint of heart.
And oh gawd, I just started
The Most Excellent Maria Lewis has a surprise YA novel out, It Came From the Deep. I forced her to sit down and tell me about it. You’re welcome.
1. Think quick: tell us about It Came From the Deep
For horror aficionados comes Suspended in Dusk II, edited by Simon Dewar and published by Grey Matter Press.
Oh, and with an Introduction by me.
Coming soon for pre-order here.
Introduction – Angela Slatter
Love is a Cavity I Can’t Stop
Today, Dan Rabarts, a Most Excellent Writer, takes over the blog to talk about collaboration.
Better Together – Collaboration as a Productivity Booster
You’re a writer, you’re a creative. You wish you could produce more, but holy crap, there are only so many
This is a fantastic essay by the amazing Stephen Graham Jones on age-old horror.
So two guys are walking across the moors.
Yeah, you’ve heard this one.
Couple of young Americans are backpacking through Europe, and they duck in out of the
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 opening
White fox by Kathleen Jennings
As promised to my classes this morning, here’s the list of short stories that have remained with me over many years and still give me nightmares on occasion – so, highly recommended!
It’s by no means definitive and entirely