The Horror BiWeekly Bulletin serves to give you the highlights on horror for the current and previous week. Notes about new releases in books, movies, and games when possible. We also have a fresh guest post prompt every week.
The Devil’s Light
A nun prepares to perform an exorcism and comes face to face with a demonic force with mysterious ties to her past.
Starring: Virginia Madsen, Ben Cross, Colin Salmon
The Best of Michael Marshall Smith by Michael Marshall Smith
Dust jacket illustration by Stefan Koidl. Interior story heading illustrations by Les Edwards.
In 1990, British-born author Michael Marshall Smith burst on to the literary scene with his first story “The Man Who Drew Cats.” It won the prestigious British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction, and he went on to win the award again the next year. In a career that has now spanned three decades he has written nearly 100 short stories, published more than a dozen best-selling novels around the world, and scripted numerous movie and television projects.
Now, to celebrate his three decades as a writer, The Best of Michael Marshall Smith brings together thirty of his most emotive and powerful stories (including all his award-winning short fiction), along with extensive story notes by the author.
Featuring evocative heading illustrations by Les Edwards, this career-spanning collection includes such memorable tales as “Hell Hath Enlarged Itself,” “More Tomorrow,” “To Receive is Better,” “What You Make It,” “Later,” “The Dark Land,” “What Happens When You Wake Up in the Night,” “Always,” and many others, in their definitive versions.
By turns touching, disturbing, and frightening, these stories are not limited by theme or genre, but reveal a writer always in command, and whose imagination knows no bounds. The Best of Michael Marshall Smith is the ultimate compilation of the author’s work, and stands as a testament to his mastery of, and commitment to, his craft.
Other Upcoming Releases
Ghosts of the Chit-Chat edited by Robert Lloyd Perry
My Sister and I by Sean-Paul Thomas
The Lost Village by Camilla Sten
The Hecatomb by J. Edward Neill
Horror News on the Web
This winter check out the best horror directed by women on Ihorror
Bloody Disgusting’s head editor picks the top horror movies of 2020
Check out Bleeding Cool’s article on Remina by Junji Ito
Check out this list of great horror games from 2020
Horror Guest Posts Call
Here’s a space to talk about a favourite creator in the horror realm, it can be any medium, art, film, Etsy shops, games, books -anything. If approved we will feature your shoutout of them as a guest post. Who are they? What work do they do? Tell us all about them! in 500+ words
Horror Cover of the Week
GracieKat was the first co-host of Sci-Fi & Scary, Lilyn’s partner-in-crime, and sub-head of the Kali Krew. She reviews horror books, movies, and games for the site. She also does a weekly Focus on the Frightful feature, and is the site list-maker. She is also in control of the Sci-Fi & Scary podcast which will relaunch soon.
Be First to Comment