Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
New from Eibonvale Press, Blacker Against the Deep Dark, by Alexander Zelenyj
Released on 31 December 2018 by Eibonvale Press, Blacker Against the Deep Dark is a new collection of thirty-one stories by acclaimed Canadian author, Alexander Zelenyj. The stories span genres as diverse as weird, extreme horror, bizzaro and magical realism. The collection has already received high praise from Fangoria and other outlets. You can check out the book trailer, below and get your copy, here.
Compiled and edited by Cin Ferguson and Broos Campbell, Terror Politico is an anthology of politically themed stories from the horror, bizarro, sci-fi genres and more besides. The stories within are irreverent and pertinent to today’s political climate of – as the title suggests – fear. Covering topics as diverse as illegal aliens and social monsters, the stories in this anthology pull no punches as they describe the current political climate. During 2019, ten percent of all sales of Terror Politico will be donated to the UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery program to help Puerto Rico with the ongoing aftermath of Hurricane Maria. You can grab your copy, here.
New this week from acclaimed author Kat Howard, A Cathedral of Myth and Bone, a collection of short, dark tales
Sitting more within the dark fantasy genre than horror, A Cathedral of Myth and Bone: Stories, is the new collection from acclaimed author Kat Howard (Roses and Rot). This collection features sixteen stories of women in various mythic settings and time periods. The collection was released on 8 January and has already come in for significant early praise. You can get your hands on your copy, here.