News Round-up Week Ending 3 November 2017

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


Crystal Lake Publishing release fourth in the Tales From The Lake anthology series

Crystal Lake’s Tales From The Lake unthemed anthology series has reached its fourth incarnation with the publisher’s latest release, bringing with it another stellar line up of authors including legends of genre fiction and some new voices, too. This edition features stories by Joe R. Lansdale, Kealan Patrick Burke, T. E. Grau, Max Booth III, Jennifer Loring and a host of other outstanding authors. Editing duty was taken up by Ben Eads for this edition, who also provides the introduction. You can head over to the Crystal Lake Facebook page to learn more, here or pick up your own copy here.

horroronseaSouthend prepares for return of the Horror-on-Sea independent horror film festival

One of the biggest for independent film among the many genre film festivals on the UK schedule, Horror-on-Sea, returns to Southend for two weekends at the end of January 2018. The official website already has tickets for sale, with a price of just £6 per film, £20 for a day pass and £40 for a full weekend of horror. Full scheduling information of films, as well as talks and masterclasses, is also available at the official site, here.

TalesfromatalkingboardMessages from beyond the grave in Word Horde’s Tales from a Talking Board anthology, out now

Featuring such leading lights of horror fiction as Nadia Bulkin, S. P. Miskowski, David James Keaton and more, Tales from a Talking Board is the new supernatural-themed anthology from Word Horde. Released 24 October and edited by Ross E. Lockhart, the anthology has already garnered a host of solid reviews. You can find your own copy here.


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