This Is Horror is boldly bringing its content from your computer screen out into the world through our excellent This Is Horror Live Events. We pride ourselves on putting on accessible horror events that showcase the strength of the horror scene in Britain. Previous events have featured readings from prestigious authors such as David Moody, Simon Bestwick and Adam Nevill. With staff members and authors in attendance these events are not only a great occasion to enjoy some of the best horror currently available but they provide an opportunity to socialise with other like-minded readers.
There are no scheduled events at present.
Saturday 16 November 2013: The Official Launch of Chalk with Pat Cadigan, Robert Shearman, Barbie Wilde and Jasper Bark
Saturday 4 October 2013: Howard Linskey, Alison Littlewood, Sarah Pinborough and Jasper Bark at Coventry Central Library.
David Moody and Wayne Simmons, Coventry. Saturday 29 June 2013
Joseph D’Lacey, Adam Nevill and Jasper Bark at Coventry Central Library. Saturday 8 June 2013
Conrad Williams, Graham Joyce, VH Leslie and Jasper Bark at The University of Warwick. Friday 1 March 2013
David Moody, Joseph D’Lacey, Gary McMahon and Jasper Bark at Blackwell’s, Edinburgh. Saturday 30 March 2013
Alison Littlewood, Joseph D’Lacey, Ray Cluley and John Costello at The University of Warwick. Friday 30 November 2012
Joseph D’Lacey, Pat Cadigan, Jonathan Green and Jasper Bark at Blackwells, Charing Cross, London. Friday 16 November 2012
Ramsey Campbell, Gary McMahon, Simon Bestwick and Conrad Williams at MadLab, Manchester. Saturday 22 September 2012
David Moody, Sam Stone, John Llewellyn Probert and Jasper Bark at The Electric, Birmingham. Sunday 8 July 2012
David Moody, Simon Bestwick, Joseph D’Lacey, Jasper Bark at The University of Warwick. Friday 22 June 2012
China Mieville, Mark Morris and Joseph D’Lacey at The University of Warwick. Friday 20 January 2012
Adam Nevill, Gary McMahon and David Moody at Warwick Arts Centre. Monday 31 October 2011
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