The latest from HWA-NY members…
Oliver Baer‘s new book, Letters to the Editor of Cthulhu Sex Magazine, was released by Crossroad Press at the beginning of October. Baer notes it is available on Amazon and all those other places that one buys books in this virtual realm.
James Chambers has several new books out (or forthcoming), including
On the Night Border from Raw Dog Screaming Press (September 2019), which Booklist called, “…a haunting exploration of the space where the real world and nightmares collide.”
Also, don’t miss Chambers’s Corpse Fauna series, published by eSpec Books, beginning with The Dead Bear Witness (Corpse Fauna, Volume 1), available now, and Tears of Blood (Corpse Fauna, Volume 2), which will release on January 2, 2020.
“James Chambers breathes new life into the zombie genre with the riveting THE DEAD BEAR WITNESS! Weird, heartbreaking, funny, and exciting! Two decaying thumbs up!” – Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Patient Zero and Rot & Ruin
Randee Dawn and Michael A. Ventrella are the co-editors of Across the Universe, a new speculative fiction anthology published by Fantastic Books in early December 2019. The book tells SF/F and horror stories that ask the question, “What if The Beatles had been …?” and features 25 stories from authors including Jody Lynn Nye, Spider Robinson, Cat Rambo, Pat Cadigan, David Gerrold, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Gregory Frost, Carol Gyzander, and Gregory Benford, and features an introduction by Nancy Holder.
Early reviews have been fab, with The Bangles guitarist Vicki Peterson calling it, “A Magical Mystery Tour through alternate universes where the familiar narrative of The Beatles is turned on its head. Or ear. Or ass. It’s funny, irreverent, sexy, and twisted – just like the Fab Four!”
Learn more at RandeeDawn.com.
Amy Grech‘s short story, “Winter Wonderland,” will appear in the forthcoming anthology, Hell’s Highway, from Lafcadio Press.
Lafcadio Press is proud to release its sixth Hell’s anthology, Hell’s Highway: Terrifying Tales of Tormented Travel edited by April Grey. Would you stop for a hitchhiking clown? Go to a diner where the coffee is literally endless? Sled with Mother Nature? Then you’re in for a wild ride with these sixteen terrifying tales of travel from: Oliver Baer, AJ Bartholomew, Edward P. Cardillo, Mark Cassell, V Peter Collins, Tom Connair, Teel James Glenn, Amy Grech, Carol Gyzander, Rayne Hall, Joe R. Kennedy, Phillip T. Stephens, Pamela Turner, Steven Van Patten, and Jake T.S. Wryte.
The first horror novel from award-winning author HP Newquist, Behemoth, has just been published by Bloodshot Books (November 2019). Newquist’s previous nonfiction books (This Will Kill You, Here There Be Monsters, The Book Of Blood) have explored the reality underlying the things that scare us.
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