Spectral Book of Horror Stories, edited by Mark Morris – ©2014 respective individual authors/Spectral Press. Artwork ©2014 Vincent Chong
Continuing her series of mini-interviews with contributors to The Spectral Book of Horror Stories, Angela Slatter puts Lisa Tuttle under the spotlight to talk about her story ‘Something Sinister in Sunlight’ – you can read that one HERE.
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ANGELA SLATTER MINI-INTERVIEW
Angela herself then gets the interrogation treatment from Alan Baxter, where she talks about her recent Spectral chapbook Hearth & Home – that one you can find HERE.
There are a few copies of the chapbook available, but only one or two – if anyone wants please contact us via spectralpress[AT]gmail[DOT]com.
MUSIKS & MYTHOS
To start things off, here’s an update on what’s happening with the first release in the audio-CD series of Lovecraft readings accompanied by specially commissioned and composed music, released in conjunction with Temple ov Azathoth Records. The first double-CD will be released in March 2012 and will feature Lovecraft’s The Music of Erich Zann and Nyarlathotep. As to the modern writer whose story will be featured on the first disc, that honour will go to…
Joe’s story will be The Delirium of a Worm Wizard from his Sin & Ashes collection, published by Hippocampus Press of New York. Final details have yet to be confirmed (such as pricing, packaging format, etc.,) but as soon as they’re available I’ll be passing them on. In the meantime, if anyone is interested in purchasing or reserving copies, then please let me know by emailing me, Simon Marshall-Jones, at spectralpress[AT]gmail[DOT]com.
To round proceedings off, here’s a four-in-one review of all the Spectral Press chapbooks published so far, from writer Alan Baxter and posted to his The Word website – to read what he thinks of them all, just click here. Spectral is indeed continuing to grow – and more reviews are expected soon! Onwards and upwards!!