Following the announcement of the contents list for our new horror anthology, After Sundown, edited by Mark Morris, we are going to talk a little bit about the talented authors featured in this new book!
Simon Bestwick is the author of six horror, dark fantasy and post-apocalyptic novels, the novellas Breakwater and Angels of the Silences and several short story collections. His short fiction has appeared in Black Static, The Devil and the Deep and The London Reader and has been reprinted in Best Horror of the Year. Four times shortlisted for the British Fantasy Award, he is married to long-suffering fellow author Cate Gardner, with whom he lives on the Wirral. His latest books are the story collection And Cannot Come Again, newly reissued by Horrific Tales, and the novel Wolf’s Hill (the third in the Black Road series, also due for reissue by Horrific Tales next year.)
Ramsey Campbell has been given more awards than any other writer in the field, including the Grand Master Award of the World Horror Convention, the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Horror Writers Association, the Living Legend Award of the International Horror Guild, and the World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Award. He was born in Liverpool in 1946 and still lives on Merseyside. In 2015, he was made an Honorary Fellow of Liverpool John Moores University for outstanding services to literature. Among his many novels are The Hungry Moon, The Influence, Ancient Images, Thirteen Days by Sunset Beach and Think Yourself Lucky.
Rick Cross is the author of Lethbridge-Stewart: Times Squared, coauthor of Lobster Tales and Warp: A Speculative Trio, and a contributor to Lethbridge-Stewart: The HAVOC Files 2. He is a founding member of the Loose Lobsters writing collective and for twenty-one years has been the senior media writer at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, where he lives with his wife Heather, their son Declan and a feisty dog named Lexie who insists she’s a panther. Find him on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/rickcrosswriter
Thana Niveau is a horror and science fiction writer. Originally from the States, she now lives in the UK, in a Victorian seaside town between Bristol and Wales. She is the author of the short story collections Octoberland, Unquiet Waters and From Hell to Eternity, as well as the novel House of Frozen Screams. Her work has been reprinted in Best New Horror and Best British Horror. She has been shortlisted three times for the British Fantasy award – for Octoberland and From Hell to Eternity, and for her story Death Walks En Pointe.
Make sure to Come back next week to learn about a few more of the authors in After Sundown!
You can find the full contents list here.