more things by me to buy and read

I’ve been traveling around a bit this year and having some adventures and I am trying to force myself to start putting things here on the blog rather than on Facebook, although so far that has (clearly) not been successful, but I’m going to put some travel stuff up soon. In the meantime, here are some things by me that have come out that you can buy!

First up, OUTSIDE is a comic anthology edited by Amir Naaman and Doron Hamburger, produced/designed by Ash Pure, and containing stories and art by loads of talented people including Maura McHugh, Joe Pulver, Joe Lansdale, John Shirley, Diamanda Galas, Chesya Burke, Daniele Serra and more! Including a story written by Sean Hogan and me and illustrated by Australian artist Matthew Dunn. It’s really gorgeous, and it’s published by TOPICS Berlin, and I am in Berlin right now, which meant that I was able to be at a most excellent launch of the book here in Berlin a couple of weeks ago. It’s absolutely gorgeous, and I’m proud to be a part of it. I’m a lifelong comics fan, but I’ve never written a comic before, so working in a new medium was fun and challenging. I believe this is my first-ever collaboration as well. Finally, seeing Matthew Dunn’s art bring our story to life was very cool.

Next up, two books from PS Publishing! Best New Horror #27, edited by Stephen Jones, contains my story “The Seventh Wave,” which originally appeared in Terror Tales of the Ocean, edited by Paul Finch, and loads of other excellent writers. Now available for pre-order and out soon from PS as well is We Are the Martians: The Legacy of Nigel Kneale, edited by Neil Snowdon and including my essay “On Wishing For a Nigel Kneale Childhood.” Neil’s assembled an amazing lineup of writers for the book and shepherded it through some very troubled waters to bring it out at last.

Gothic Lovecraft is edited by Lynne Jamneck and S.T. Joshi and includes my story “The Unknown Chambers” along with stories by Caitlin R. Kiernan, Nancy Kilpatrick, John Shirley and many more!

And, as ever, there is a new Black Static out, packed with all the usual great fiction and nonfiction including my column, “Notes from the Borderlands.”

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