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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: new review

SBoHSA new review over at This is Horror by Ross Warren of The Spectral Book of Horror Stories (Mark Morris, ed.). In a fit of self-centredness, I shall tell you only what is said about my story, but all the other excellent
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And lo, it is a thing!

TSBoHShe Spectral Book of Horror Stories has come back from the printers and lo, it is a real thing. And a thing of beauty too. Can’t wait to get my hands on one.

It can be pre-ordered here or you can
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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Brian Hodge’s Cures for a Sickened World

Brian-Hodge-112x150Mr Brian Hodge is so often one of my ToC buddies nowadays that if I don’t see him in said ToC I get a bit nervous and assume he’s met with an unfortunate accident. I am therefore very pleased to find him in The Spectral Book of Horrors and my
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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Conrad Williams’ The Devil’s Interval

conrad-williamsThe thoroughly unsettling Conrad Williams has written seven novels, including London Revenant, The Unblemished, and Decay Inevitable, as well as four novellas and two short story collections, and has recently signed with Titan Books – a sure sign of a
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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Rio Youers’ Outside Heavenly

rioRio Youers is the very talented author of Mama Fish, Westlake Soul, End Times, Old Man Scratch and the collection Dark Dreams, Pale Horses. Here he talks about his Spectral Book of Horror Stories take “Outside Heavenly” and taking inspiration from folk
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Spectral Book of Horrors: Gary McMahon’s Dull Fire

garyThe two main things you need to know about Mr Gary McMahon are that he is disgustingly prolific and disgustingly talented in the creeping-you-out department. Just read The Bones of You, Reaping the Dark, and What They Hear in the Dark and then try sleeping. I dare you. Below, Gary
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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Lisa Tuttle’s Something Sinister in Sunlight

Lisa TuttleOf 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,
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Michael Marshall Smith on The Spectral Book of Horror Stories

The prolific and talented Mr Michael Marshall Smith has taken some time to answer a few questions about horror in general and The Spectral Book of Horror in particular.

1. Can you remember the first horror story you read that made an impact on you? I can – though I don’t know the title. It was a spooky tale
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The Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Mark Morris

markmorrisThe delightful and rather legendary Mr Mark Morris is the editor for the first volume of The Spectral Book of Horror Stories from Spectral Press (brainchild of the equally delightful Mr Simon Marshall-Jones). Mark was kind enough to answer some questions for
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