James Everington on ‘Singing’

“Undertow Publications are a press committed to the art of the literary horror story, and their latest release underlines that commitment. Singing With All My Skin and Bone is the debut collection from Sunny Moraine, a writer from Washington DC whose work has appeared in such places as Nightmare, Shimmer, and Shadows & Tall Trees. The originality of these stories,… Read more →

Schaller at Weird Fiction Review

Eric Schaller and Matthew Cheney have invaded Weird Fiction Review this week! There’s a conversation between the two of them about their books; The Revelator, and how weird New Hampshire is, among other things. WFR has also reprinted Matthew‘s story “The Lake” and Eric‘s”Voices Carry” (which first appeared in Shadows & Tall Trees. In honour of this auspicious occassion I… Read more →

British Fantasy Awards

The British Fantasy Awards nominees have been announced. Congratulations to all the nominees, of course, but I’m really pleased to see ‘Skein and Bone,’ and ‘Aickman’s Heirs’ on the list. Congratulations to Simon and Victoria. http://www.britishfantasysociety.org/british-fantasy-awards/british-fantasy-awards-2016-the-nominees/ Read more →

Singing With All My Skin and Bone now available

Hey, good news. The trade edition of Sunny Moraine‘s ‘Singing With All My Skin and Bone’ is now up and live on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the like. Please grab a copy. It’ll knock your socks off.   And for those who subscribed to this year’s books your copies will arrive in a couple weeks. And, hey, why not… Read more →

Almost Insentient, Almost Divine now available

Yay! The trade edition of DP Watt’s “Almost Insentient, Almost Divine” is now available in at Amazon.com and BN.com. Go forth and buy! Sunny Moraine’s “Singing With All My Skin and Bone” will be available soon, as well, so for those who subscribed both books will be arriving in June/July. http://amzn.to/1XpSmNt Read more →