Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
The final chapter in Ramsey Campbell’s Brichester Mythos, the Way of the Worm, is available now from PS Publishing
The eagerly anticipated final book in horror legend Ramsey Campbell’s Brichester Mythos, The Way of the Worm is now available from PS Publishing. Wrapped in their customary artfully produced hard cover, the novel is available now and is already receiving acclaim from various spheres of the horror community, The Gingernuts of horror saying “Returning to the Brichester Mythos of his early career with the full power of his mature talents has made for some of Campbell’s most ambitious works.” You can grab your copy from PS, here.
Author of The Children of Lot, Revel’s Ending and Thorazine Dreams, Vic Kerry unleashes his new novel, Jubilee, via Pint Bottle Press. Set in the Alabama town after which the book is named, we find a father searching for his prodigal daughter and coming across three old maids who are broke and who are definitely hiding something. Things are complicated further when a man comes in to town with a powerful lust to kill. Labelled as a thriller, but treading firmly into horror territory, Jubilee is currently available as an eBook, with a paperback edition coming soon. You can get hold of your own copy here.
After a horrific accident deeply affects his family, young Hugo’s life is turned upside down. In his new home, he discovers that one of his neighbours is not only reclusive, but a child-eating wolfman. In order to put things right, Hugo decides to build a time machine, only he soon discovers that a core component of the machine is with his lupine neighbour. Wolf is set in 1976 and evokes the era wonderfully with its pencil-drawn style, done by the artist and author of the book, Racheal Ball (The Inflatable Woman). Released in hardback on 12 October, you can pre-order your copy here.