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- Writer Janine Pipe writes a publisher profile of Kandisha Press as part of Night Worms’ WiHM coverage
- Bloody Disgusting highlight thirteen horror books to get excited about in 2021
- Ink Heist present new, original fiction by Keith Rosson ahead of the release of his forthcoming collection
- Jeff C. Carter tells The Ginger Nuts of Horror about the book that made him
- Writer, editor and publisher Stephanie Ellis explains to The Horror Tree what is behind Black Angel Press
Writer Janine Pipe writes a publisher profile of Kandisha Press as part of Night Worms’ WiHM coverage
Women in Horror Month is upon us once again and the independent horror fiction scene has never seen more representation from female-identifying authors. In this article for Night Worms, Janine Pipe talks about Kandisha Press and the role they have been taking in bringing female writers to the fore.
Meagan Navarro, writing for Bloody Disgusting, picks out thirteen new horror fiction releases lined up for the rest of the year which we should all be excited about.
Ink Heist present new, original fiction by Keith Rosson ahead of the release of his forthcoming collection
Ink Heist exclusively feature this piece of short fiction, titled ‘Devils Abound’ ahead of his forthcoming collection, Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons, released 23 February through Meerkat Press.
Jeff C. Carter, whose recent short story collection, We Bleed Orange & Black is out now, explains to The Ginger Nuts of Horror why Alfred Hitchcock’s Monster Museum was the book that made him.
Writer, editor and publisher Stephanie Ellis explains to The Horror Tree what is behind Black Angel Press
Stephanie Ellis, author of The Five Turns of the Wheel and editor of The Horror Tree’s weekly Trembling With Fear column, in addition to a number of anthologies, has teamed up with fellow writer and editor Alyson Faye (Lost Girl & Spindleshanks) to create Black Angel Press, a UK-based horror imprint focussing on women in horror. Here, she explains why and what we can expect from Black Angel.
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