Unnerving issue #5 gets off to an immense start with Glug Glug by Aaron J. Householder and the sinister Red Room by Christa Carmen. Whilst only short, Householder’s tale is a fun, throwback style horror story that put a huge smile on my face and one that I felt was a little reminiscent of Stephen King. Christa Carmen’s Red Room is a different beast … Continue reading Magazine review: Unnerving Magazine #5
Regulars at my blog will know that I love me some John Foster fiction, and it just so happens that Mr. Foster has a new book out early in November through Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing. Night Roads is book 2 in the Libros De Inferno series, though I believe that you can also read this as a stand-alone novel. But really, buy the first one, … Continue reading Interview: John C. Foster talks Night Roads, writing and tombstones!
Not since John F.D. Taff’s short story collection have I enjoyed a coming together of short tales such as this. Though I have read some of these before, I was only too pleased to revisit the dark landscapes that Foster has crafted here with his imagination. To label ‘Baby Powder and Other Terrifying Substances’ (wow! what a mouthful!) as a collection of horror would be … Continue reading Book review: Baby Powder and other Terrifying Substances – John C. Foster
Folk who visit me often should know that I love me some John C. Foster. His novels ‘Dead Men’ and ‘Mister White’ are both personal favourites and his recent short story inside of the ‘Lost Signals’ anthology was one of his very best. John has the ability to cast a dark fiction spell upon me whenever I read his work. His short stories leave nothing … Continue reading Guest post: John C. Foster talks Baby Powder & Other Terrifying Substances.
I recently had a sit down with Max Booth III and Lori Michelle to talk about their adventures with Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing (Is this the longest named publisher in the industry?). Anyway, Max and Lori at PMMP have been grafting away since the summer of 2012 releasing a string of quality books that range from crime to horror to fantasy and pretty much everything … Continue reading Interview: Max Booth III & Lori Michelle talk PMMP