—John Landis, director of American Werewolf in London
and Michael Jackson’s Thriller
This is the moment you have been waiting for – the full contents list for the Darker Terrors: A Best of Dark Terrors volume coming this October from Spectral Press. Quiver in delicious anticipation at this TOC:
Foreword – Stephen Jones
More Tomorrow –Michael Marshall Smith I’ve Come to Talk with You Again – Karl Edward Wagner A Really Game Boy – Brian Lumley To This Water – Caitlin R Kiernan The Museum on Cyclops Avenue – Harlan Ellison Free Dirt – Ray Bradbury Self Made Man – Poppy Z. Brite The Wedding Present – Neil Gaiman Family History – Stephen Baxter Inside the Cackle Factory – Dennis Etchison My Pathology – Lisa Tuttle At Home in the Pubs of Old London – Christopher Fowler Barking Sands – Richard Christian Matheson Destroyer of Worlds – Gwyneth Jones The Retrospective – Ramsey Campbell The Two Sams – Glen Hirshberg The Prospect Cards – Don Tumasonis
Afterword – David A. Sutton Appendix: Index to Dark Terrors
We are extremely proud to announce that THREE stories from The Spectral Book of Horror Stories edited by Mark Morris have been selected to be reprinted in the Johnny Mains-edited Best British Horror 2015, the second volume in this new annual anthology series. The stories chosen are:
Eastnouth Alison Moore Some Sinister in SunlightLisa Tuttle The Slista Stephen Laws
Best British Horror 2015 will be available in May 2015 – cover image above.
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.
The book will be published in September but is available now for pre-order – ORDER TODAY! Paypal buttons below:
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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.