Four banging stories that stood out in June and one novel recommendation for you. Short fiction A Thousand Acres of English Soil by Benjamin Myers (from the collection, Male Tears, … Continue reading The Creased Spine Bookshelf
Welcome to April’s best that I’ve read. It feels like I haven’t read much last month, but that’s not exactly true. Less stories, same number of words. And a few … Continue reading The Creased Spine – April
“Twelve grisly new tales of fur and fury in this brand new anthology of werewolf stories. Liam Hogan’s The Mortsafe, full of gothic darkness, Holly Rae Garcia’s Werewolf’s Lament (because … Continue reading Call of the Wyld
I’ve been strapped to a chair and had my eyelids pinned open while a demonic hand turned the pages of Haverscroft by S A Harris. I had no choice other … Continue reading Reviewed: Haverscroft
Mexican Gothic is alive with mansions and cemeteries, forests and mist, hauntings and rot; it swims in the murk of politics and ethics; it courts mad passion. As for monsters, … Continue reading Reviewed: Mexican Gothic
In this, his fifth novel, Hendrix promises blood. He delivers it, too. Set in the American state of North Carolina in the early 90’s, the story centres around a group … Continue reading Reviewed: The Southern Book Club’s Guide To Slaying Vampires
It’s Spring and the wild man has come out to play! Featured in the April issue of Terror Tract, The Woodwose And His May Queen is the horrific tale of … Continue reading Terror Tract magazine (April 2020)
My chapbook, Magic, which pits Grange up against the shape-shifting terrors of the Wild Hunt, is now available in paperback at Amazon UK and Amazon US, courtesy of Demain Publishing.
April Showers, an exploration into sibling rivalry and loss, is now available in Aggregate Vol 1 published by Writerfield.com. As explained in the foreword, the last story, A Night … Continue reading Aggregate: stories at the intersection of science fiction and horror (Volume 1, 2020)
Ahead of the publication of the Aggregate anthology, the lovely people at Writerfield have made my story, April Showers, available on their website. AS is a story about sibling rivalry and puddles, while Aggregate is a collection of stories ‘at the intersection of science fiction and horror’ featuring a rather special author.
Here’s the link to my story if you fancy a five minute read, https://writerfield.com/april-showers/