Niteblade Fantasy and Horror Magazine issue #2
Buying your first home can be a stressful time, especially if like Rebecca Doyle and Alex Root your new home has a history of violent and unrequited love.
To obtain a copy please visit NITEBLADE.
“LOST INNOCENCE: A NITEBLADE ANTHOLOGY”, which contains my story THE RUSALKA, is now available for purchase from the Lulu Marketplace or via NITEBLADE, as both a perfect bound trade paperback and a downloadable .pdf. The Paperback edition is priced at £6.61, a veritable bargain given it contains no less than 147 pages of outstanding Niteblade stories and is illustrated throughout by the wonderful Marge Simon.
Please follow the links and order a copy (or three) today – I promise you won’t regret it!
Rhonda Parrish over at NITEBLADE has just announced the (in no particular order) full table of contents for the “LOST INNOCENCE: A NITEBLADE ANTHOLOGY” due this September:
Illuminating Hell by Christopher Hivner; The Rusalka by Ian R. Faulkner (and that’s me in case you’d forgotten!); Killing Mittens by Milan Smith; The Dreadlobster by Joshua Parmenter; Prison Darkness by Nathanael Green; The Seventh Day by Patrick Hurley; Corpse Candles by Richard H. Fay; Diary of Death by Alexis Child; Imaginarium by Aurelio Rico Lopez II; Philosopher Quinn by Jens Rushing; The Gnome’s Spectacles by Chris Burdett; Joy by David Buchan; Oil Change by Greg Schwartz; The Minotaur’s Breath by N.C. Whitehead; Dan’s Blaze by Matthew Longo; In Bloom by Kristine Ong Muslim; Wicked Love by J.R. Pearson; What We Give by BD Wilson; Shine On by J.A. Tyler; Stone Soup by Joshua Gage; She of the Haunted Eyes by Kevin Miller; A Child’s First Casket of Rhyme by J H Hobson; The Ten Second Rule by Felicity Dowker; Outside Her Window, It Waits by John Bruni; and Billy Don’t Like Clowns by Jeremy Brooks.
I’ll let you know more detail shortly, but in the meantime head on over to the NITEBLADE site and check out the fantastic tales already on offer.
All the best,
The first review of SHADOWS ON THE WALL is now out, and all in all it’s a pretty positive one, stating that SOMETHING WICKED, as the leading horror magazine in South Africa, is clearly able to attract some of the best genre writers, and that my story is one of the highlights of the issue!
You can check out the whole article over at THE FIX, or better yet pick up a copy of SOMETHING WICKED issue #7 and see what all the fuss is about.
Take care and all the best,
It’s official: Transmissions From Beyond, the brand new, biweekly podcast from TTA Press, is now live and features my short story, A HANDFUL OF DUST, as read by the wonderfully eerie sounding John Berlyne. Please follow the link and check it out, you won’t be sorry.
All the best,