“Being afraid of something is different from paranoia. I’m not afraid of traveling on the underground, but when I am there, fear rides along beside me.” So begins my latest short story Needle. If you are intrigued, you can read the full story in Tales of Fear, Superstition, and Doom, the newest anthology from Redwood … Continue reading “Tales of Fear” Anthology Out Now
Death Lines: Walking London’s Horror History is shipping now with Strange Attractor Press in the UK, and shortly through MIT Press in the US. Orders through the Strange Attractor Press web store will include a set of 8 postcard maps drawn by Natalie Kay-Thatcher, while stocks last! The first walking guide to London’s role in … Continue reading “Death Lines” is Out Now
How far would you go to experience something unique? I am thrilled and excited to have my latest horror short story “Exclusive” in the latest issue of Audience Askew. The journal itself is for and about the unusual, and this story is a match made in heaven (hell? the otherworld?) for the magazine. The Autumn … Continue reading Latest Story in Audience Askew
I am very happy to have my horror short story “Exhibition” in Nine Star Press’ latest horror Anthology Listen: The Sound of Fear A knocking. A ringing. A steady drip-drip-drip. These are the sounds that haunt us. Drive us mad. Draw us in like the songs of sirens, hypnotic and deadly. And we must either … Continue reading “Listen: The Sound of Fear” Out Now
You can now Pre-Order “Death Lines: Walking London’s Horror History” on the Strange Attractor website! You can order a signed copy of London’s first horror walking guide for delivery the day it comes out.