Cohesion Press have released the latest collection from Weston Ochse, FUBAR. This collection of war stories brings together Ochse’s war fiction and essays from over the last twenty years. It is the definitive word on Ochse’s military output and a must for fans of the military horror sub-genre. You can grab your copy now from Cohesion Press.
Spectral Press have been busy of late, they are currently accepting submissions for The Spectral Book of Horror Stories 2 – the deadline being the end of June. They are also wrapping up pre-orders for their book We Are The Martians: The Legend of Nigel Kneale. They have also announced the imminent return of James Everington’s The Quarantined City serial, which will see the fourth episode followed by a bumper fifth and sixth instalment bundle.
The Last Outpost
Crowded Qurantine Publications have announced that they have accepted Rich Hawkins’ new novel The Last Outpost for publication. The novel is the follow-up to Hawkins’ successful debut novel The Last Plague. There are no release details available yet but This Is Horror will update you as and when they become known.
Gardner on the airwaves
Cate Gardner will be appearing on the Hannah Kate radio show this Saturday (6 June) at 4-6PM discussing books, horror and all writerly things on North Manchester FM (106.6FM). Tune in or listen on line by heading over to the North Manchester FM website.
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