News Round-up Week Ending 10 June 2022

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


Coming 18 July, Lure, a new novella by Tim McGregor from Tenebrous Press

In the chapel of a forsaken fishing village on another world’s shore, the seawashed bones of old gods hang from the rafters. When a new god drifts into the bay, the menfolk fear nothing as they reach for their spears; but capturing Her may be their last act of reckless bravado. Her very presence brings dissent and madness. Her voice threatens to tear the starving, angry community apart. Setting a siege of relentless horror against the backdrop of brine and blood, Lure blurs the line between natural disaster and self-destruction. Available to pre-order now in eBook, with a paperback to follow, you can guarantee your copy here.

TerritoryOut today from writer Dan Howarth and Northern Republic, Territory, a novella

In a remote Finnish hunting community, darkness and the cold hold the villagers close. As a pack of wolves threaten the village’s future, grief-stricken hunter Jari must unite the population to reclaim their territory. Haunted by the loss of his wife and his best hunting dog, hunter Jari tries to stem the flow of alcohol and grief that threatens to destroy his life. As the darkness and isolation of winter settles around his small hunting community in remote Finland, it brings with it another threat. The encroachment and growing boldness of a pack of wolves endangers the villagers’ way of life. The presence of the wolves opens old feuds and cracks within the community’s makeup. As Jari tries to lead the villagers through their toughest season, it soon becomes clear that not everyone will survive the winter … Available now in paperback and eBook, you can grab your copy here.

SomethingBadHappenedOut today and edited by Jennifer Bernardini, Something Bad Happened: An Anthology of Horror

Something Bad Happened: An Anthology of Horror is based on the prompts in Something Bad Happened: A Horror Journal. Writers, illustrators, photographers, and graphic artists have created pieces in this collection that will have you gripping the edge of your seat. From angels to demons, creatures and humans, there’s a story inside for everyone. Featuring new, unreleased work from Elford Alley, Wayne Fenlon, Jennifer Bernardini, Angel Krause, Bill Davidson, Cindy O’Quinn, Rayne King, Yolanda Sfetsos, Adam Hulse, Ross Jeffery, Bdyer, Laurel Hightower, Brian Bowyer, J.B. Taylor, Kyle Summerall, Steve Stred, Jaime Hernandez, and R. Reyes. With Images from Wayne Fenlon, J.B. Taylor, Holly Rae Garcia, and David Bowman. Available now in eBook, with a paperback to follow soon, you can grab your copy here.

NookienomiconOut today from Red Cape Publishing, The Nookienomicon: Bawdy Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

Two golden ages collide in this celebration of cosmic horror and classic British comedy. Before the Karma Sutra there was The Nookienomicon, a book so insidious that it brought more than mere titillation… it brought terror! Follow the path of madness wrought by this dreadful tome from the Hyborian Age to the present day as it spreads its influence, and its tentacles, throughout history. Join Kolon the Barbarian, Annie Mater, the insufferable Professor Feeley and a host of other bungling characters as they strive to halt the influence of the book and the abominations it summons. From the gambrel roofed streets of Arkham and the decaying wharves of Innsmouth to Paris, Spain and the dusty halls of hallowed British institutions, one thing can be certain, wherever the Nookienomicon is found, it will bring insanity and hilarity. Eight side-splitting and sanity-shredding tales of the expanded Cthulhu Mythos by: Ella Ann, David Green, S.O Green, Chris Hewitt, Tim Mendees, Beth W. Patterson, Callum Pearce & Robert Poyton. Available now in eBook, with a paperback edition to follow, you can grab your copy here.


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