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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
Having spent yesterday excavating my desk for the purposes of organisation (resulting in a list of 32 items to do, 8 of which I managed to cross off yesterday eve), I’ve spent the morning crossing 3 more off said list and procrastinating
So delighted!! My first translation into Italian – that’s “The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter” in there.
A beautiful new Italian limited edition of A BOOK OF HORRORS from Alessandro Manzetti’s Independent Legions Publishing.
Contains stories by: stories by Ramsey Campbell, Peter Crowther, Dennis
Momentous occasion: my first mention in Kirkus Review!
Especially delightful as this story appears in the wonderful Marie O’Regan’s new Titan anthology, Phantoms.
Phantoms edited by Marie O’Regan is an anthology of (mostly) new ghost stories from the likes of M.R. Carey, Gemma Files,
Today’s blog guest is Paul Michael Anderson, talking about “Wants and Needs”.
1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story?
Honestly? A house I’d looked at with my wife when we were looking to buy about four years ago. It was this loft-style
High-pitched noises: @pspublishinguk is getting ready to send these babies out. The Tommyknockers by Mr Stephen King, artwork by the amazing @daniele_serra_art and an introduction written by me. ?Read more…
Check out the artwork on the deluxe edition of The Tommyknockers! Every time I see something new I’m just astounded.