C. S. E. Cooney (A.K.A. The Glorious Claire) is the author of Bone Swans: Stories (Mythic Delirium 2015), the title story of which was nominated for the 2015 Nebula Award. Her novella The Two Paupers, the second installment of her Dark Breakers series, will shortly
Cover for the next The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2016 from Paula Guran and Prime!
My novella “Ripper” is getting another outing, so huzzah!
Look at that ToC and pre-order here.
Alphabetical by Author Last Name:
“The Door” by Kelley Armstrong (Led Astray: The Best of Kelley Armstrong, Tachyon)
Woohoo! The new Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2016!
Made the cover on this one! And look at that ToC – another cracking volume from Paula Guran and Prime Books.
I love that “Ripper” is getting another outing – it’s one Kathleen Jennings
… my story “The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners” has been translated into Japanese for a special Gothic issue.
How good is this cover??
This story will appear in English next year.
And hopefully one day as
Beyond the Woods: Retold Fairy Tales is a new reprint anthology from the lovely Paula Guran and Night Shade Books.
It will be out in July 2016, and I’m delighted to say that my story “The Bone Mother” is contained therein, along with
Jo and Steve, (c) Peter Colebron
Today’s final Horrorology post is from the lovely Jo Fletcher, our redoubtable publisher.
This is the third horror anthology you’ve published with Steve as editor –
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
Kim Newman is one of my favourite writers; I do like to think of him as the Dandy Highway Man of Horror. He is, among other things, a superb writer, a perceptive critic, and an inveterate wearer of cravats.
What was the inspiration for your
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Today, we start a series of interviews with just about everyone involved in the new anthology Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear, edited by Stephen Jones and published by Jo
Richard Jay Goldstein has been writing fiction and non-fiction for a bit over twenty-five years. He lives with his wife and kids and grandkids in the mountains east of Santa Fe, New Mexico, where it’s still pretty quiet, thanks. He’s a lapsed