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So, as part of trying to be kinder to my poor neglected blog I’m re-starting the interview series.
First cab off the rank is the inimitable Alan Baxter, who’s recently released a most excellent horror novella in the tradition of Cujo, Razorback and
Alison Littlewood’s latest novel is The Hidden People, set in Victorian rural society, and is about the murder of a young girl suspected of being a fairy changeling. Her other books include A Cold Season, a Richard and Judy Book
I cannot tell you how much I’m looking forward to this!
Never been to Dublin, despite all the Flynns, Elliotts, and Hortons in my family tree.
Sure, only three days in Dublin, but hey! Dublin!
… 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.
But that doesn’t mean the book haul stops. These arrived yesterday and caused
So, here it is, Sarah Pinborough’s most excellent novel Mayhem, which seamlessly blends Jack the Ripper with the Thames Torso Murders, not to mention elements of mythology and the