GOSH, this book is pretty. Murder Ballads is a lithographically printed, limited edition, sewn hardback with colour endpapers (!!!), and if the presentation isn’t enough to entice you into racing over to the Egaeus Press site and pre-ordering it on the spot, then allow me to tantalise you further: A collection of seventeen dark tales…… Continue reading Murder Ballads: now available for pre-order!
Now that Egaeus Press has made the news public, I can announce how delighted I am to have a story in their forthcoming anthology, Murder Ballads. MURDER BALLADS will be an anthology of stories inspired by that ancient oral tradition: Tales that share the intimacy of a fireside song, a family secret, a Victorian melodrama…… Continue reading Oh, Sing Me a Song about Murder…
Back from Conflux, and I seriously need to do a recap post about all the fun, panels, dinners, drinks, and books books books — but that will have to wait for a bit. For now, a quick huzzah: the first review — that I’ve seen, anyway — of Shadows Edge (edited by Simon Strantzas) has…… Continue reading An Unquestionable and Enthusiastic Recommendation for SHADOWS EDGE
Look what just arrived in the post! My contributor copy of Shadows Edge, which includes a ToC of most excellent writers of weird and/or horrific tales: Prologue: The Nineteenth Step Echoland by Joel Lane The Penury by Michael Cisco Tinder Row by Richard Gavin The Falling Dark by Daniel Mills The Old Church by Gary…… Continue reading Shadows Edge