Posts Tagged "craig herbertson"

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 […]

Filthy Creations #7 review

Filthy Creations #7, edited and illustrated by author and illustrator, Rog Pile begins with The Wicket Man by Franklin Marsh a peculiarly English tale of a game of cricket gone spectacularly bizarre. As always Franklin Marsh drives with enthusiasm and humour to a dark but incredibly funny conclusion. The Architect’s Table by Penni McLaren Walker […]

Filthy Creations 7

Filthy Creations7 edited and illustrator by the notorious author and pencil man,  Rog Pile presents the second episode in a major new serialisation:  Sendings (a.k.a Moloch’s Children by David A Riley. Also this issue, part two of  my novel, The Death Tableau. Both David A Riley and I had our first stories appear in the […]

Screaming Dreams

Delighted to announce that Screaming Dreams are going to publish their classic “The Screaming Book of Horror” in some dandy new formats. The collection featuring numerous stunningly good horror writers also includes my story ‘The Iron Cross.’ Further developments to come.

The Ninth Black Book of Horror: Available now!

The Ninth Black Book of Horror, edited by Charles Black and published by Mortbury Press, was launched at FantasyCon and contains many of the leading authors in what I may loosely call the horror short revival. You can purchase direct from Mortbury Press or here: Ninth Black Book of Horror The Anatomy Lesson – […]

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 […]

The Ninth Black Book of Horror

The Ninth Black Book of Horror Charles Black, has intimated that another Black Book of Horror is on its way and will hopefully see the light at FantasyCon in September. Again he has garnered a bevy of talent and my name peeps through the crowd in wonder The Anatomy Lesson – John Llewellyn Probert The […]

‘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 Pan Book of Horror Stories reissued

Johnny Mains, king of cult horror has pulled off another coup. Johnny’s breathtaking enthusiasm for the genre, and for the Pan Book of Horror Stories in particular, has finally earned him perhaps the ultimate accolade for a fan; his name will appear as the writer of the foreword for Herbert Van Thal’s definite horror book. […]