News Round-up Week Ending 31 October

Leytonstone

Lansdale and Serra team up

Short, Scary Tales Publications have announced that the pre-order page for Joe R. Lansdale’s, I Tell You It’s Love, is now open. Adapted and illustrated by Daniele Serra, the graphic novel will be available to buy from Monday 24 November, but you can make sure yours arrives just as it hits the shelves by pre-ordering a copy at the SST website. By ordering it directly from the SST site, readers will also receive a free signature sheet which is signed by both Lansdale and Serra.

Last of the Living

After weeks of anticipation, David Moody’s Last of the Living is now available to buy in the UK and America. The book contains two novellas and a gruesome collection of zombie short stories. Moody himself has confirmed that this may be his last book in a long while on the subject of the undead. The new release is now available to buy directly from Infected Books, where readers will receive a signed paper back copy.

Volk on Hitchcock

Leytonstone, a fictional depiction of a juvenile Alfred Hitchcock by award-winning author Stephen Volk, will be published in March of next year. The novella marries reality and fiction in a haunting story based on Alfred Hitchcock’s younger years. Spectral Press have already opened up the pre-order page so that fans can ensure that they have a copy of the long-awaited book when Spring 2015 comes. To find out more and pre-order a copy now, visit the Spectral Press website.

Neil Patrick Harris is a freak

American Horror Story is set to see Neil Patrick Harris appear in the guise of a slippery salesman for two episodes towards the end of  season 4, Freak Show. It has been revealed, that whilst NPH will guest star in the eleventh and twelfth episode of the series, his off-stage husband, David Burtka, will be appearing for the season finale for a sexy clinch with actress Jessica Lange. Season 4 of American Horror Story has already begun in America, with the fourth episode airing on Wednesday 29 October.

RACHEL HOWARTH


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