The Woodwose and His May Queen (first published in Terror Tract) has now been included alongside Magic in Book 23 of Demain’s Short Sharp Shocks! series. That’s double the horror! … Continue reading Magic now has bonus material!
Mythic (Issue 3, Summer 2017)
A man is introduced to his long-lost family on a visit to a Neolithic longbarrow. Holding Hands features in Issue 3 of Mythic: A Quarterly Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine. … Continue reading Mythic (Issue 3, Summer 2017)
Haunting Portrait Series Juxtaposes People with Plant Life – Creators
My story, The Woodwose And His May Queen (not yet published), explores Man’s relationship with Nature to the extent of actual metamorphosis. Not unlike these photographs in the Creators article.
“‘Treeheads,’ the fictional hybrids in Cal Redback’s darkly poetic images, are exactly what they sound like.”
Source: Haunting Portrait Series Juxtaposes People with Plant Life – Creators
Another great little tale of romance for February is The Banshee’s Gift. Available via this page.
(image: Banshee ©Jana Heidersdorf)
London’s Plague Pits
I attended a Supernatural Cities conference at Portsmouth University earlier in the year. One of the papers submitted raised the subject of ghost stations on the London’s Underground. Related to that, here is a well-argued article by Amanda Ruggeri debating the possibility of plague pits below the city.
In the hour we killed
Yesterday had been bookmarked for location research. St Austell, Cornwall was the destination and we set off early in the morning before the heavens opened and turned the roads to … Continue reading In the hour we killed