Tag Archives: Ray Bradbury
It’s Halloween #1
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
Aletheia: JS Breukelaar
JS Breukelaar’s Aletheia is one of the finest, strangest novels I’ve read in a long time. There’s bone and blood magic in it, and it drips strangeness. Highly recommended.
She’s resident of Sydney, Australia via San Diego, New York and New Zealand. Born in Berkeley,
Meanwhile, over at Night Land Quarterly vol.3 …
… 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 a graphic story.
Horrorology Interviews: Joanne Harris
Joanne Harris (MBE) studied Modern and Mediaeval Languages at Cambridge and was a teacher for fifteen years, during which time she published three novels, including Chocolat (1999), which was made into an Oscar-nominated film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp.
Since then, she
The 2nd Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Simon Bestwick
Having fled a life of soul-killing jobs (office worker, fast food operative, WP operator, training administrator, call centre worker), the very talented Mr Simon Bestwick is now spending his days doing what he loves: writing. Which is a fortunate thing
Ian McHugh: Sprinkling the Angel Dust
Australian spec-fic writer Ian McHugh’s debut short story collection, Angel Dust, was one of the finalists for this year’s Aurealis Awards for Best Collection – and it’s available here from Ticonderoga Publications (and you should go and get a copy).
Singing Her Scars: Damien Angelica Walters
Damien Angelica Walters’ short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in various anthologies and magazines, including The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015, Year’s Best Weird Fiction Volume One, Cassilda’s Song, Nightmare, Strange Horizons, and Apex. “The Floating Girls: A Documentary,”
S P Miskowski’s Knock Knock and the Skillute Cycle
SP Miskowski is one of the finer voices in modern horror fiction. Her work is tense, beautifully paced, and deeply, deeply perceptive as to the human condition and all its foibles, faults and perfections. She was kind enough to answer a few questions
Happy New Year from the Lair of the Evil Drs Brain + Tanith Lee!
Happy 2013 from the Lair of the Evil Drs Brain.
Our plan for this year is for the Lair to be a periodic feature rather than a regular one because, as we discovered last year, life tends to interfere
The Peripatetic Life of the Freelance Editor: in the Lair with Mr Stephen Jones
Today we have kidnapped the much lauded, applauded and awarded Mr Stephen Jones, editor of such tomes as A Book of Horrors, Zombie Apocalypse!, Shadows Over Innsmouth, and the Mammoth Books of Best New Horror, Vampires, Wolf Men