Christmas Horror at Warwick University, tomorrow, 6PM

Ray Cluley, John Costello, Joseph D'Lacey and Alison Littlewood

Tomorrow, Friday 30 November, we have an incredibly special evening of horror planned for you.

Ray Cluley, John Costello, Joseph D’Lacey and Alison Littlewood will all be reading at our Christmas Event running from 6-9PM in The Writer’s Room at The University of Warwick. This is a free event – please e-mail with the subject line ‘Christmas Warwick’ to reserve your place today.

There will be festive refreshments and wine available. We also encourage you to bring your own food and drinks, to get into the Christmas spirit. Speaking of Christmas spirits there will be ghostly and ghoulish Christmas tales with our usual horror twist.

The Writer’s Room is situated in Milburn House at The University of Warwick. Here is Milburn House on Google Maps.

Ray Cluley’s fiction has been published in various publications including Interzone and Black Static from TTA Press, Shadows & Tall Trees from Undertow Books, and Not One of Us.  His stories have also appeared in various anthologies, including a reprint in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year 3, and a translation into French for Ténèbres 2011.  His academic articles can be found in the English & Media Centre publication emagazine, a couple of which have been republished in the BFS Journal.

John Costello is the author of ‘An Odd Number at Table’ which is featured in the forthcoming anthology from Spectral Press, The 13 Ghosts of Christmas. He is a freelance lecturer in Film & Media Studies, Creative Writing and occasionally Modern Art History. John is the screenwriter and author of film and media textbooks, and is currently adapting the novel MEAT by Joseph D’Lacey.

Joseph D’Lacey is the award-winning author of various eco-horror books including MEAT, Blood Fugue, Splinters and The Kill Crew. He has received high praise from Master of Horror, Stephen King.

Alison Littlewood’s first novel, A Cold Season, was published early in 2012 by Jo Fletcher Books, an imprint of Quercus. The next, Path of Needles, is coming in January 2013.


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