Tag Archives: Mark Morris
Delighted to have a story in this! Thanks to Mark Morris and Flame Tree Press. Cover reveal in the fullness of time.
RESEARCH by Tim Lebbon
SWANSKIN by Alison Littlewood
THAT’S THE SPIRIT by Sarah Lotz
GAVE by Michael Bailey
WHEREVER YOU LOOK by Ramsey Campbell
SAME TIME NEXT YEAR
This lovely thing arrived yesterday! Gaslight Gothic: Strange Tales of Sherlock Holmes. My story features Kit Caswell from the novella “Ripper” (which appeared in Stephen Jones’ Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear).
Cloaked in gothic shadows, soaked in blood, darkness descends on the
I’m so very excited to have a story in this wonderful anthology from EDGE, edited by JR Campbell and Charles Prepolec! Gaslight Gothic has a Kit Caswell (Ripper) story in it, called “A Matter of Light” – and she gets to take
The new anthology edited by Mark Morris and published by Titan Books has landed in the Titan offices!
New Fears has stories from Alison Littlewood, Stephen Gallagher, Brady Golden, Nina Allan, Brian Keene, Chaz Brenchley, AK Benedict, Brian Lillie, Ramsey Campbell,
Delighted to see the cover for the new anthology from Mark Morris and Titan Books!
New Fears has stories from Alison Littlewood, Stephen Gallagher, Brady Golden, Nina Allan, Brian Keene, Chaz Brenchley, AK Benedict, Brian Lillie, Ramsey Campbell, Carole Johnstone, Sarah Lotz, Adam Nevill,
The delightful Mark Morris has announced the Table of Contents for his first Titan Books horror anthology, New Fears 1 (available in September 2017).
I’m very pleased that my story “No Good Deed” (set in the Sourdough world) is among others by
In the lead-up to Halloween, I feel I should mention this Kindle mini-collection from the Mammoth Books series.
A Ghostly Gathering contains four stories by Thana Niveau, Ramsey Campbell, Mark Morris, and moi. Edited, as always, by the most excellent Stephen Jones.
So, Electric Dreamhouse is a new Cinema imprint coming in 2016 from PS Publishing, edited by the delightful Neil Snowdon. The imprint will be producing a series of connoisseurs’ guides to Cult and Genre Cinema.
It’s something new for me, to be writing