It’s Christmas in July – in January!
The third and final part of a series in which Scide Splitters examines humorous stories eligible for the 1941 Retro Hugos Awards.
A special Halloween-themed edition of The Audio File
A selection of audio Military Science Fiction, from the classic to the new
MIchael J. Sullivan is looking to help new authors with a contest!
An interview with the folks from Horror Express Magazine
“Short story writers have needed a book like this for decades. … It’s spectacular.” – Kristine Kathryn Rusch, author of The Business Rusch
Listen. Horror by radio.
Ivan Prado Sejas reviews the short story collection Voyage to the Bottom of the Bar by Gonzalo Montero Lara
Michael J. Sullivan gives some advice about when and how much of your book to make free.
It’s week five of Six Weeks of Scares. This time out, our subject is a single author collection, namely Tell My Sorrows to the Stones by Christopher Golden. Golden’s work has been highly acclaimed and in horror circles he’s well respected. This book contains a dozen reasons why that’s the case. Golden’s work is of the quiet school of horror, much like that of the late Charles L. Grant. The selections presented here have a wide range of tone and subject matter.
I finish off the discussion I began in part 29 on some of the paths a writer might choose to take for their short fiction career, this week focusing on publishing a collection of your short fiction.
Before I was a writer, I was a reader. My mother tells me I’ve been reading since I was four, and I accept that, because I don’t remember a time when I couldn’t read. By the time I was in fourth grade, I was reading at a college level, and I know this, because as […]
Horror and alternate history are difficult genres to mash up. You just don’t see them together very often and despite my firm belief in the adaptability of alternate history, it is rare when you see an author effectively combine horror and alternate history tropes into a compelling read. When it is usually tried we are […]