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It's here! Suspended in Dusk officially released

And the wait is finally over! The ‘Suspended in Dusk’ anthology, edited by Simon Dewar and with an introduction by Jack Ketchum, is officially out in the world. 172 more words


The most disturbing book I have ever read

The most disturbing book that I’ve ever read is called Let’s Go Play at the Adams’ and was written by a man called Mendal W. Johnson and published in 1976. 529 more words


Jack Ketchum and the Suspended in Dusk Anthology

A while back I wrote a post on my friend Simon Dewar’s anthology, Suspended in Dusk. After hitting a few bumps on take off, the thing has started cruising up to levels nobody could’ve dreamed of…. 202 more words


Jack Ketchum will be introducing the Suspended In Dusk anthology!!

Oh god, I’ve been dying to let this out… and now I finally can!

Living legend of horror and suspense writing, Dallas Mayr (AKA Jack Ketchum) has written a *fantatsic* introduction for my Suspended in Dusk anthology. 303 more words


The Woman (2011)

Review first published by Little White Lies

Stick around after the closing credits of Lucky McKee’s The Woman, and you will be treated to a beautifully animated sequence in which Darlin’ Cleek (the film’s youngest character) sails alone, like Max in ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, to an island whose monstrous inhabitant inspires wonder and delight rather than terror in Darlin’. 829 more words

Castle of Ambition: Walking the Halls of Darkness with Author Jonathan Janz

I got a chance to interview one of the most fun and prolific horror writers from the Samhain family, Mr. Jonathan Janz. His debut, The Sorrows… 1,713 more words