The wonderful Lisa Tuttle has reviewed All the Murmuring Bones in The Guardian, along with amazing tomes like Jeff VanderMeer’s Hummingbird Salamander, Under the Blue by Oana Aristide and Terminal Boredom by Izumi Suzuki.
Of All the Murmuring
Yes, it’s that time of year again when I struggle with whether I spell “honourable” in the fashion of my ancestors or like an American. Yet again, my ancestors have won.
But I’m delighted and honoured to have made Ellen Datlow’s HM
Remember back last year when I ran a series of interviews with the contributors to the latest Stephen Jones-Jo Fletcher Books Item of Magnificence, Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear?
Of course you do. You pay attention and that’s one of the things I like most
The cover for Dead Letters, the anthology edited by Conrad Williams and published by Titan Books, has been revealed! All of the contributors are on the cover, so huzzah! I’ve got a weird and nasty story in this one.
It’s arrived! Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear, Stephen Jones’ new anthology, out via the delightful Jo Fletcher Books, with artwork (and a new story!) by Clive Barker. Look at that ToC!
Art by Nicola Howell
The delightful Nicola Budd is not only an excellent artist, but also an editor with Jo Fletcher Books. Horrorology was a major new project for her and here she talks about the experience.
Angela Slatter (Photo by David Pollitt, June 2010)
Angela Slatter is … well, me. Here I ramble on about my Horrorology novella, “Ripper”.
What was the inspiration for your Horrorology tale “Ripper”?
Well, it had a bit of a convoluted beginning: I was
American-born, UK-based Lisa Tuttle is a writer of science fiction, fantasy, and horror as well as an editor and reviewer. She was the 1974 winner of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, won the 1989
And Conrad Williams has announced the ToC for his Dead Letters anthology. I’m in it – v. excited. Published by Titan Books in 2016.
The Green Letter – Steven Hall
Over to You – Michael Marshall Smith
In Memoriam – Joanne Harris
Of 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,