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Dark Satanic Mills – first review

A really terrific review by Anthony Watson of Great British Horror 2: Dark Satanic Mills, edited by Steve J. Shaw (Black Shuck Books). Plus, I got to be in an anthology with authors and friends whose work I
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Dark Satanic Mills

I’ve got a story in the latest anthology from Black Shuck Books, Great British Horror 2: Dark Satanic Mills. You can pre-order it now.

Thanks to Steve Shaw for inviting me and letting me be part of such excellent company.

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The 2nd Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Gary Fry

gary-fryGary Fry lives in Dracula’s Whitby, literally around the corner from where Bram Stoker was staying when he was thinking about that character. Gary has a PhD in psychology, but his first love is literature. He is the author of many short
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Huzzah! Postscripts 32/33 Far Voyager

postscripts-32-33-far-voyager-jhc-edited-by-nick-gevers-2524-p[ekm]298x418[ekm]At long last the latest PS Postscripts anthology is available! It contains my story “Winter Children”, as well as tales by Lisa L Hannett, Angie Rega, Suze Willis, Alan Baxter, Gio Clairval, Rio Youers, Alison Littlewood, Gary Fry, and many
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Artwork by Pete Von Sholly's "Troop Inspection" f

Artwork by Pete Von Sholly’s “Troop Inspection” f

Huzzah! At last it’s happening! FAR VOYAGER POSTSCRIPTS #32/33 from PS Publishing is on its way. The ToC is awesome, and I’m really pleased
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Rough Music

As I work my way through the TBR pile, I’m finally getting to the rest of the Spectral Press chapbooks. The reading for the other night was Simon Kurt Unsworth’s wonderfully strange Rough Music.

There’s a great
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Writerly advice

Yes! Coz that’s what you want first thing in the morning before the coffee has kicked in! Yes, I KNOW it’s almost 10am, but for me that is first thing in the morning on the weekends – the
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Alan Baxter considers Spectral Press


Snoopy Dancing news

Great news the other day: I finished (at last!) my first piece of fiction since I submitted my brain-shredding PhD. The idea occurred to me about 4 weeks post-PhD but then it took me about 7 weeks to finally get everything on paper and then edited
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Abolisher of Roses by Gary Fry

Part of my almost-done-with-the-PhD-treat is reading things that don’t involve Proust or Salaman or Cixous or anything else that has the potential to send me to sleep while broadening my mind. Okay, that’s unfair on Salaman, she’s delightful and lovely to
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