This week we launch The Fox by Conrad Williams with an exciting free event on Friday March 1 with Conrad Williams, Graham Joyce, V.H. Leslie and Jasper Bark at The University of Warwick. Don’t forget to e-mail Michael@thisishorror.co.uk to reserve your place. You can also check out the Facebook event here.
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