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Stephen Jones: Don’t Scare the Children
Fearie Tales: Stories of the Grimm and Gruesome is the forthcoming anthology from Jo Fletcher Books – edited by the inimitable Stephen Jones. The ToC includes the likes of Tanith Lee, Joanne Harris, Neil Gaiman, Michael Marshall Smith, Reggie Oliver, Ramsey
Super Sekrit Project Revealed
I seem to have been sitting on this one forever, but at last I can reveal that Mr Stephen Jones has taken “By the Weeping Gate” for his new anthology,
The New Strange
Great article from Rick Kleffel over at the NPR Books site about “The New Strange” and Robert Aickman, specifically with regards to We Are for the Dark, the latest Aickman and Howard collection from Tartarus Press.
If you want a chilly comedown
Mail causes Snoopy Dancing
Okay, this is what arrived in this morning’s mail – sorry for the dodgy video (hey, I’m a writer, not a cinematographer), but I wanted to show how gorgeous and special this book is. A Book of Horrors, super-mega-ultra-special edition.
Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth
I’m very excited to reveal that Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth, the third volume in the Stephen Jones edited Innsmouth series, has its Table of Contents all
Egaeus Press, Book the Second
Oh my, the next release from Egaeus Press is a doozy. The follow-up to Reggie Oliver’s gorgeous Shadow Plays is Stephen J. Clark’s In Delirium’s Circle.
To which I say “Huzzah!” and “Squee!” Stephen did the cover
World Fantasy noms are out today and I cannot contain my delight to note that Lisa L. Hannett’s debut collection Bluegrass Symphony is on the shortlist for Best Collection.
Equally delightful is the news thatRead more…
New publisher, new book, oh so pretty!
*rubs hands together with glee*
Lovely new publisher, Egaeus Press (brain-child of Master Mark Beech), has produced its first tome, Shadow Plays, by the lovely Reggie Oliver.
Gorgeous looking thing! *waits impatiently for own copy to arrive*
First Book of Horrors review
And what a review! Woot. *snoopy dance*
In the introduction to this collection Stephen Jones makes an impassioned plea to reclaim the horror genre from the gathering hordes of vapid vampires and cliched zombies “for those who understand and appreciate the
In today’s mail!
The gorgeous Mrs Midnight from Reggie Oliver and Tartarus Press, two from Lindqvist and Cronin’s The