More King Death reviews

Today, we have a bumper crop of reviews for the latest Spectral chapbook, Volume IV of the series, in fact we have THREE of them to tell you about. First we have one from Jim Mcleod’s Ginger Nuts of Horror website, wherein it cites the Spectral chapbooks as “…a top quality product in both production … Continue reading

Competition time!! News!!

Yes indeed, it’s competition time over on the Read Horror website and what a competition it is too!! Spectral has teamed up with this great magazine to bring you an absolute stonker of a short story writing contest, with prizes to match, to wit: “The grand prize is a lifetime’s subscription to every single publication put out by … Continue reading

Nowhere Hall gets another review…

And here we are, on another cold and grey Monday morning, wondering just how quickly we can make the week go by until it’s the weekend again. Well, here’s something that will at least occupy a small portion of that time: a great new review of Cate Gardner’s Nowhere Hall, this time from Richard Baron … Continue reading

Competition news

Just giving you guys advance warning that in the very near future Read Horror webzine will be running a Spectral Press competition – Michael Wilson (High Priest of Read Horror, Chief Interrogator of Authors and Wrangler of Zombies [no doubt]) and I are working out the details at the moment, but I can guarantee you … Continue reading

A column and an interview

Head on over to Read Horror to have a gander at my second Re(a)d-Letter Day column for them, wherein I talk at some length about the literary and cinematic ‘evolution’ of that ever-popular creature of darkness, the vampire. From Bram Stoker’s Dracula to Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga by way of vintage Aurora model kits, it’s … Continue reading

Read Horror review and something a little different…

Just a quick little blog-post this morning: First, Michael Wilson over at Read Horror webzine gave Gary McMahon’s What They Hear in the Dark a short review, giving it a thumbs up. Michael will also be reviewing the other Gary’s Abolisher of Roses at some point in the near future – in the meantime, here’s … Continue reading

A review and a new career as a columnist….

First up on this dreary Monday morning (has anyone bothered to tell the weather that it’s actually June?) is a short review of Gary Fry’s Abolisher of Roses courtesy of Chris Bissette – his take on the most recent chapbook can be found here. Also, the beginning of this month saw my debut as a … Continue reading

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