Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
New from Crystal Lake Publishing, Book Haven and Other Curiosities, by Mark Allan Gunnells
From the author of Flowers in a Dumpster comes a new collection of stories to frighten you, move you and make you think. The stories in this collection are eclectic and sure to leave a profound effect on the reader. The title novella, The Book Haven, imagines a future where all literature has been lost, and where two government agents are seeking out the fabled book haven. As well as this, there are six other tales collected. The Book Haven And Other Curiosities is out today. Get your copy here.
The Seven Deadliest, an anthology on the mortal sins, available for pre-order now from Cutting Block Books
Edited by Patrick Beltran and D. Alexander Ward, and featuring a stellar line-up of authors: John F. D. Taff, Kasey Lansdale, John C, Foster, Bracken MacLeod, Brian Kirk, Rena Mason and Richard Thomas, each of them dealing with one of the seven cardinal sins, The Seven Deadliest is looking like the must-have anthology of 2019. Described be Mercedes M. Yardley as “the most compelling exploration of the seven deadly sins I have ever read” and already receiving rave reviews from a number of venues in genre, this is one anthology that no-one is going to want to miss. Already available for pre-order and coming 9 May, you can grab your copy here.
Nobody Gets Hurt And Other Lies, a new collection by Nicholas Day, out today from Journal Stone
Following on from last year’s acclaimed novel, At the End of the Day I Burst Into Flames, comes a new collection of short stories by Nicholas Day, released by Journal Stone. This collection of supernatural terrors and heartbreaking reality contains fifteen stories, with topics as diverse as ancient werewolves, to a Parisian futurescape, set above the clouds. Released today, 26 April, you can pick up your copy, here.