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My latest story ‘Kicks‘ is included in the newly released second anthology from Forgotten Tomb Press, featuring 48 horror tales from some of the genre’s brightest stars and up and coming names.
Miseria’s Chorale gathers together award winners, bestsellers, veterans and exciting new stars in one mammoth anthology that represents a broad definition of horror, taking readers on a journey to unspeakable realms and nightmarish self-discovery.
At 535 pages, it’s another whopping great tome and makes an ideal Christmas present for that horror fan in your life. Start adding it to your letter to Santa now people!
Links to where to buy it can be found on the publications tab as usual.
The contents list for Forgotten Tomb Press‘ imminent anthology ‘Miseria Chorale Vol. 1‘ has been finalised and now features more than forty authors:-
Christopher Nadeau, Patrick Lacey, Christian A. Larsen, Bear Weiter, Pete Aldin, Nick Kimbro, Todd Keisling, Cameron Suey, Carmen Tudor, Patrick Tumblety, Alexandre Mandarino, Jon Michael Kelley, Adam Millard, James S. Dorr, Sergio Palumbo, Aurelio Rico Lopez III, Meghan Arcuri, Richard Godwin, Peter Crowther, Paul Kane, Ryan Neil Falcone, Aaron J. French, Richard Farren Barber, Jay Wilburn, Anna Taborska, Ken Goldman, Michael Thomas-Knight, Jon Ingold, Shaun Meeks, K. Trap Jones, Tim Jeffreys, Lucy Taylor, Caren Gussoff, R.W.W. Greene, Christina Murphy, Glen Damien Campbell, Bruce Memblatt, Peter Baltensperger, Peter Mark May, Lance Manion, Douglas J. Ogurek, Fred Skolnik, Alana I. Capria, Christopher Hivner, Dy Loveday, B.T. Joy, Christopher David Rosales.
Release date is still planned for November. In the meantime, you can find out more about each of the authors via the previous link here.
The debut anthology from small press newcomers Forgotten Tomb is released today and includes my story ‘Rank & Defile‘.
As the title implies, 100 Doors To Madness contains new horror fiction from 100 different authors, and is available in both paperback and ebook formats.
The book itself weighs in at just under 500 pages and is well worth both the price and a place on your bedside table to keep you awake during the dark nights this winter.
Pendragon Press have announced that their planned regular series of mini-anthologies, entitled The Nasty Snips Project, is now on hiatus for the time being, to allow editor Chris Teague time to plan out the project a little better.
As you may remember, the first volume of the series is set to include my flash piece ‘The Perfect Woman‘, so I’ll update you with a revised publication schedule once one becomes available.
Forgotten Tomb Press have confirmed the full Table of Contents for their upcoming flash fiction anthology ‘100 Doors To Madness‘, due out shortly, which contains my piece ‘Rank & Defile‘.
You can read the full list of authors and stories here.
Below is a preview of the cover art to whet your appetite and hopefully make sure you don’t ‘blow the bloody Doors off!’ *
* Sorry, couldn’t resist. Am sure the lowest plain of Hell is reserved for bad punners.
My latest horror story ‘With The Band‘ is out now, in the newly released September issue of Niteblade Magazine.
This one’s a bit of a mini-milestone for me, as it’s my 20th publication. The last four years have gone by so quickly, I find myself wishing I’d written more than I have.
Time to redouble my efforts for the next four years then!
Due to unforseen circumstances, Angelic Knight Press have reset the release date for their upcoming ‘No Place Like Home‘ anthology to 13th August, which means you’ll just have to wait a couple more months to get your hands on this collection of nightmarish visions of the near future.
In the meantime though, they’ve released this snazzy postcard as a reminder for the new release date, and will be distributing promotional material whilst at the World Horror Convention (13-16th June), including posters, bookmarks and even t-shirts.
Update: The anthology is now pushed back to a September launch. Exact date TBC.
Below, as promised, is the full cover reveal, and a Table of Contents to whet your appetite. As you can see, award-winning editor Jeani Rector has assembled some serious talent in these pages.
If you’re quick, you can grab an e-copy from Amazon for the bargain price of £0.77.
Details of the various outlets you can buy the anthology from are listed over on the Publications Page.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to attend an online launch party (I just hope the booze isn’t electronic as well!).
Table Of Contents:-
- Foreword by Joe R. Lansdale
- “The Thing That Was Not There” by James Marlow
- “Red Velvet” by Shaun Meeks
- “The End of the Trail” by Bentley Little
- “Same Sex Vampire Wedding” by Garrett Rowlan
- “The Church” by Matthew Wilson
- “Holodomor Girl” by Yvonne Navarro
- “The Hung Preacher” by Scott Nicholson
- “The Unknown” by Chris Castle
- “Don’t Feed the Dog” by Rick McQuiston
- “The Classmate” by Melanie Tem
- “Abandoned” by Bruce Memblatt
- “Wet Birds” by Elizabeth Massie
- “Fearful Symmetry” by Devon Carey
- “‘Come Down to the Store, Minerva!’” by Earl Hamner
- “The People Eaters” by Christian A. Larsen
- “101 Damnations” by Carl Barker
- “The Tin House” by Simon Clark
- “The Cellar” by Tim Jeffreys
- “Pig” by Michael Thomas-Knight
- “Dream House” by Cheryl Kaye Tardif
- “The Last Memory” by Dominick Nole
- “The Wood Witch” by Jonathan Chapman
- “The Housewarming” by Ronald Malfi
- “I am the Feeder” by Christopher Hivner
- “Red Ink” by Lisa Morton
- “Sassafras” by John T. Biggs
- “Tommy Boy” by J.M. Cozzoli
- “Willard Junction” by Christopher Nadeau
- “Suka: The White Wolf” by Jeff Bennington
- “Seeing the Light” by William Rasmussen
- “Them Ol’ Negro Blues” by J.G. Faherty
- “Happy Cthulhu to You” by Lance Zarimba
- “The Gremlin” by David Landrum
- “Flame of Freedom” by Aaron J. French
- “Reanimated” by Jeani Rector
- “The Famous Film Star” by Jeani Rector
- “Foundlings” by Dean Wild
The official release date for the upcoming ‘Shadow Masters‘ anthology from The Horror Zine has now been confirmed as Monday 27th May 2013.
Imajin Books will be releasing the anthology in both trade paperback and for Kindle. I should have an artwork preview to share with you all a few days before the release, so stay tuned.