News Round-up Week Ending 1 March 2019

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …

Great Big Teeth

New from author Eddie Generous (Radio Run, Dead is Dead But Not Always) comes Great Big Teeth

Released through Severed Press and following on from the monster story, Radio Run, Great Big Teeth is the new dinosaur thriller from Eddie Generous. Happy Village was already experiencing a very bad day when an earthquake drops it into a chasm populated by ancient beasts. The survivors must try to escape but, as they do so, they face ever more dangerous obstacles. Released on 21 February, you can pick up Great Big Teeth in paperback or on kindle now, here.

New novel from Neil Spring (The Ghost Hunters), The Burning House, out 21 March

When estate agent Clara has trouble selling a house on the edge of Loch Ness, she decides that an innocent fire will lower the price and force the sale she needs. Things are rarely that easy though and, when a stranger from the village witnesses the crime, things get all the more complicated. Early reviews have described the book as chilling, creepy and more besides. You can pre-order your copy here.


Out now from Pantheon Magazine, Gorgon: Stories of Emergence

Edited by Sarah Read (The Bone Weaver’s Orchard) comes Gorgon: Stories of Emergence. This anthology, from Pantheon magazine, features forty-two transformative stories from some of the most accomplished writers in genre at the moment, such as Gwendolyn Kiste, Richard Thomas and Annie Neugebauer, alongside some newcomers. Gorgon was released on 15 February and you can pick up your copy here.

soundwaveNew sci-fi podcast, Soundwave, featuring R. J. Bayley, voice artist for This is Horror’s new Water for Drowning audiobook, available now

Presented by the creators at Shoreline of Infinity, Soundwave is a new podcast which will include fiction, poetry, discussion and much more besides. Soundwave will feature the talented vocal performer behind This is Horror’s first audiobook, Water for Drowning, and the first episode is available to supporters of the Shoreline of Infinity Patreon page, right now. Click here to get involved.


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