Posts Tagged "Charles Black"

Twenty five Published Short Stories, Two Novels and One Collection

Well, that’s it so far. I’m not sure how to proceed. I’ve been delighted with the small success I’ve had in getting things published, not least the latest two – ‘The Other House, the Other Voice’ in ‘Terror Tales of the Scottish Highlands’  edited by Paul Finch and ‘Envelopes’ in Kitchen Sink Gothic’ edited by […]

The Ninth Black Book of Horror out now!

The Ninth Black Book of Horror, edited by Charles Black and published by Mortbury Press, was launched at this FantasyCon in Brighton and is now available to buy. That really is a star studded cast and I eagerly await my own copy. You’ll find it on amazon and the usual sources. Ninth Black Book of […]

Screaming Dreams

I have two horror stories coming out in September. ‘The Mall’ and ‘The Iron Cross’. ‘The Iron Cross ‘will be appearing in ‘The Screaming Book of Horror’, edited by John Mains. It’s worth pointing out that it contains a star studded cast and at the moment you can get it a bit cheaper by pre-ordering […]

Reflections on 2010

2010 was a busy year for me. I was fortunate to have two shorts published in the Black Books of Horror edited by Charles Black: ‘Spanish Suite’ in ‘The Sixth Black Book of Horror’ and ‘New Teacher’ in ‘The Seventh Black Book of Horror’ and another ‘The Waiting Game’ Edited by John Mains in ‘Back […]

‘Soup’ on Vault of Evil

Demonik, the grandmaster of the Vault of Evil, just said one of the nicest things any reviewer has said about my work. The story Soup was published in the much acclaimed ‘The Fourth Black Book Of Horror’ edited by Charles Black. As we go into that Pagan ceremony of New Year I might make this […]

The Seventh Black Book of Horror: Charles Black

Following with pygmy feet in the giant footsteps of D.F. Lewis here is a real time review of ‘The Seventh Black Book of Horror’. I had no idea that Thana Niveau was a writer having briefly met her not far from Brighton Pier in the company of the renowned master of horror John Llewellyn Probert. […]

The Seventh Black Book of Horror: Editor Charles Black

Charles Black, consummate dungeon master of Hell’s naughty minions, has announced the contents of The Seventh Black Book of Horror. What an honour to be there amongst some of the foremost Horror writers. And look at this for a cover by Paul Mudie Details forthcoming about where to get a hold of this piece of […]

The Black Book of Horror

The Black Book of Horror contains eighteen excursions on the night train to Hell. Its driver, Charles Black, has garnered a dreadful bunch of passengers. Dreadful, only in the sense that if you listen to their tales you are going to do a lot of dreading. These authors are the ones you don’t take home […]

World Horror Conference 2010

World Horror Conference 2010 I’ve just about recovered from this marvelous event, held in the UK for the first time in Brighton where the chips are normally good and there is a pier. My adventures were mainly concerned with two publications John Mains (ed.) – Back From The Dead: The Legacy Of The Pan Book […]