Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
Graphic novel adaptation of M. R. James stories now available from Self Made Hero
Recently released by Self Made Hero publishing is a four story graphic novel adaptation of M.R. James’ stories, bearing the name of one of his best known collections Ghost Stories of an Antiquary. Adapted by John Reppion and Leah Moore, who have both previously worked on graphic novel adaptations of Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes and the work of fellow weird fiction icon, H.P. Lovecraft, the collection is available now and more information is available here.
Dark Regions Press Announce Genre Anthology
Edited by the legendary S. T. Joshi, Nightmare’s Realm: New Tales of the Weird and Fantastic is now available for pre-order from Dark Regions Press. Featuring all new stories from the likes of Ramsey Campbell, Gemma Files and more, the title is hotly anticipated and is available in a variety of versions, including an over-sized deluxe edition, with a slipcase signed by all the authors and the editor, which can be picked up here. It’s looking sure to be a great collection and This is Horror will bring you more information, and a review, as we have it.
Debut short story collection from UK Author Priya Sharma to be released through Undertow Publications
Undertow Publications have announced the release of the first collection of short stories from the award winning British author, Priya Sharma. Bearing the name of her novelette, Fabulous Beasts, the collection is scheduled for release in early 2018. You can read more about it here.
Crystal Lake Publishing announces book giveaway
Our friends at Crystal Lake Publishing have announced a somewhat crazy giveaway, where the winner will take away a paperback of their choice from their catalogue (signed by the author, if it’s a single author work), 7 ebooks of their choice and a set of tarot cards themed on the Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories anthology. All you need to do to win is to answer a ludicrously simple question. Click here to enter right now!