News Round-up Week Ending 13 July 2018

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

Lost Highways

New anthology Lost Highways: Dark Fictions from the Road, edited by D. Alexander Ward, out next Friday from Crystal Lake Publishing

Featuring a stellar list of authors including Kristi DeMeester, Lisa Kroger, Bracken MacCleod, Jonathan Janz and many more, along with an introduction by Brian Keene, Lost Highways: Dark Fictions from the Road is an anthology of twenty horrors from the roads of America, handling topics such as parents commuting long distances, bands on the road to the next show and more besides. You can find all the information on this release here.


Overnight Oversight Limited edition hard cover releases from Philip Fracassi and Michael Bailey coming next week from Unnerving

Coming 16 July, Unnerving will be releasing extremely limited runs of new works by Michael Bailey and Philip Fracassi. Fracassi’s novelette, Overnight, is the tale of a stalker arriving on a film set and begging for a souvenir from a starlet. Things get out of hand and escalate fast. Oversight, by Michael Bailey features two novelettes, ‘Darkroom’ and ‘Sad Face’ packaged together in a single volume. These books are limited to sixty copies each and are beautifully crafted (take a look on the order page for detailed photographs). You can order your copy for $60, while stocks last, here.


Vampire Worms Vampire Worms by Neil Davies released as part of Grinning Skull Press’ ‘Grave Markers’ series

From Grinning Skull Press comes Vampire Worms by Neil Davies. The book finds Paul Walker, a man who happens upon a murder victim drained of blood. Though he doesn’t believe in vampires, witnessing the murder of his sister by the beasts convinces him they are real, only different from what the legends had led him to believe.


KEV HARRISON

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