Welcome back to Part 2 of our author-focused After Sundown blog! 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!
Fantasy & Gothic Blog
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!
We’re delighted to present the author lists for the next two anthologies in our Gothic Fantasy series: Detective Thrillers, and A Dying Planet. Due for publication in February 2020, these latest books continue to pair contemporary takes on the themes with classic tales that have helped shape the genres as we know them today. Once again, we received a great response to our recent call for submissions, and we’re excited to now share the results of a selection process that has been both tough and rewarding: congratulations to the below and many thanks to all who submitted!
We have three great new titles coming out in March, so we wanted to talk about them! These include a new horror from Tim Waggoner called The Forever House, Robert Mitchell Evans' Vulcan's Forge and Two Lives, a crime book featuring stories from China. Find out more here!
In the last of this month's Q&As with our February authors, we have Beth Overmyer. She talks about the themes of her book, The Goblets Immortal, her writing methods and gives some advice for new writers!
In the second of this month's Q&As with our February authors, we have Michael R. Johnston. He talks about why he writes science fiction, the books that got him into writing and shares details about his writing methods!
In the first of this month's Q&As with our February authors, we have Catherine Cavendish. She talks about the biggest influence on her writing, advice to aspiring writers and gives us a sneak peek into what she is working on at the moment! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
We are very excited to announce 3 new calls for submissions which will open in October and November! As these are for different projects, with different requirements, please read through the details for each of them carefully before submitting your stories and make sure to include the project name in the subject of your email.
Please note, these submissions are now closed.
We are so excited to announce that Stoker's Wilde, by Steven Hopstaken and Melissa Prusi has been longlisted for this year's Not the Booker prize! Three books will be chosen from the list by popular vote, with three others being added by the judges, so we really need your vote! As the voting system is not a simple 'click here to vote', we thought we'd give you a step-by-step on how to vote!