Turn to Ash, Vol 2. Open Lines – The Sun Screams in Retrograde
Paranormal talk shows, radio waves, and winged prophets of doom… Turn to Ash, Vol. 2 is a uniquely themed issue featuring the weird tale of Charles “Chuck” Leek’s strangest night hosting “The Late Night Leak,” a call-in talk show focusing on things that go bump in the night. The frame story is written by Jonathan Raab, and the “calls” are written by several other authors.
LampLight Magazine, Issue 5.2 – The Only Why Is You
Featuring Livia Llewellyn. She brings us her apocalyptic story, Horses. We talk to her about writing, acting, and books she’s looking forward to reading.
Kevin Lucia’s Horror 101, Quiet Fears in The Twilight Zone, he talks about the very influential television series, as well as a radio show, Quiet Please.
Rebecca J. Allred
Susan Jane Bigelow
Horror Library, Volume 6 – Mother’s Mouth, Full of Dirt
The multiple Bram Stoker Award® nominated Horror Library anthology series is back!
Shepherded by new editor Eric J. Guignard — himself a past Stoker winner — Horror Library Volume 6 is imbued with a new level of literary energy and purpose. It features 27 brand new horror short stories, written by 27 different authors, including well-known pros and up-and-coming new talents.
As always, if you’d like a snapshot of where modern literary horror fiction is headed, you’ve found the right book.
Don’t miss Horror Library Volume 6! The Librarian wants to see YOU.
Walk on the Weird Side – LAMBDA 580
To be released at NecronomiCon Providence.
WALK ON THE WEIRD SIDE (an unthemed, charity anthology of weird fiction and verse.) All proceeds to benefit NecronomiCon-Providence.
Contributors: Nadia Bulkin, S.P. Miskowski, Kristi DeMeester, Matthew M. Bartlett, Ann K. Schwader, Mike Griffin, Craig L. Gidney, Farah R Smith, Peter Rawlik, Ashley Dioses, Nathan Carson, Jon Padgett, Rebecca J. Allred, Starry Wizdom, Rhys Hughes, John Claude Smith, Michael Wehunt, Anna Tambour, Christopher Slatsky, Scott Thomas, Tom Lynch, Cody Goodfellow, Robert Levy, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy, Philip Fracassi, Maura McHugh.
Cover art by Nick Gucker
Nightscript III – When Dark-Eyed Ophelia Sings
An annual anthology of strange and darksome tales by twenty-three of the finest contemporary scribes. Simon Strantzas, Rowley Amato, Malcolm Devlin, M.K. Anderson, Charles Wilkinson, Daniel Braum, Christi Nogle, David Peak, Clint Smith, Amar Benchikha, Cory Cone, Inna Effress, Christian Riley, Adam Golaski, Jessica Phelps, Stephen J. Clark, Armel Dagorn, James Everington, Rebecca J. Allred, John Howard, David Surface, Julia Rust, M.R. Cosby.