Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
From Crystal Lake Publishing comes the intensely dark new poetry collection, No Mercy. Not content with winning the Bram Stoker award for his prose, Manzetti has written a collection of poetry on the themes of life, love, music and nightmares, about which a catalogue of award winning writers are saying great things. You can get hold of your copy here.
British graphic horror novella, the Eyrie, out this month
From creator and writer Thom Burgess (Malevolents – Click Click) comes a new graphic horror novella set in the Sussex countryside. The Eyrie is the tale of an American photographer who finds herself alone in the English countryside, discovering that there are worse things than submitting an assignment late. The novella is described as a folk horror, and one look at the sinister art style will surely draw you in. You can get a closer look at it at its Facebook page, here.
This week sees the launch of PS Publishing’s latest Lovecraft-inspired work, an anthology of seventeen stories by what is described as a stellar cast of writers. To find out more information on the book, PS have put up a blog post with an introduction to each and every one of the featured stories, just to whet your appetite. There is also, of course, a link to the store where you can your hands on a copy. Click here for more.
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