Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
Released on 26 September, Radio Run is the new novel from Eddie Generous (Dead is Dead, But Not Always). Eght criminals are heading to Alaska and freedom. On their way though, they must avoid death and worse at the hands of a series of cryptids that stand in their way. Described as reminiscent of Stephen King’s The Long Walk and The Mist, but with the grit of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, this is one novel that readers of horror, thrillers and kaiju will not want to miss. Will the gang survive? You can find out by ordering your copy here. Radio Run is available in paperback and eBook.
Anthology of unmade film and TV scripts from the horror genre, edited by Paul Kane, out now from PS Publishing
As a lover of film and TV, Paul Kane says he has long been an avid reader of scripts and screenplays, particularly from speculative genres. Now, he has been given the opportunity to compile an anthology of scripts for horror TV shows and films which, for one reason or another, never got made. Kane promises a thrilling book, with original scripts and screenplays by the likes of Stephen Jones, Stephen Gallagher and Muriel Gray. As is customary, PS Publishing present the book in a beautiful, jacketed hardcover, in both signed and unsigned editions. Dark Mirages is available now and you can get your copy here.
New horror release on Serial Box, Exquisite Corpse, Coming 19 October
With Silverwood: The Door underway, Serial Box have commissioned their next horror project, which will drop just in time for Halloween, on 19 October. Featuring ten horror writers, including Brian Keene, Cassandra Khaw, Paul Cornell and more besides, Exquisite Corpse is a writing game, where one author starts with a prompt, before the next author continues from where they left off. Details are being kept quiet at the moment, but the best way for you to get all the information ahead of launch is to sign up for the email list, here.