Category: New Releases

Inanimates: Tales of Everyday Fear by Joanne Anderton

Following on from her Aurealis and Australian Shadow Award-winning debut collection, Joanne Anderton‘s Inanimates (Brain Jar Press) finds the terrifying in the everyday, bringing together seven stories where ordinary objects become the source of nightmares and extraordinary threat. 

In “Thread Embrace,” a well-dressed killer finds himself at the mercy of an unexpectedly sartorial threat. “Simulation …

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The Horrible Colouring Book Volume 2 by Greg Chapman

Horror author and artist Greg Chapman recently released The Horrible Colouring Book Volume 2 through Amazon. It’s a follow up to the first volume which was published independently in 2016.

Don’t color-in to relax, color-in to give yourself the shivers and stay awake! 30 new pages of horrible coloring fun! Vampires! Werewolves! Zombies! And …

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Alan Baxter’s Shadow Bites

Alan Baxter has made a permanently free ebook available to everyone who might like to sample his work. You can find it here. It contains a complete novella, three complete short stories, and the opening chapters of six longer books. That should be more than enough to give people a taste of his fiction.

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P’rea Press and the Savage Menace of Tierney

P’rea Press is announcing the reissue of the acclaimed Savage Menace and Other Poems by Richard L. Tierney in expanded illustrated edition. Originally published in 2010, the reprint includes thirty-six new and previously uncollected gems from the hand of the poet master. Tierney wrote six Red Sonja novels with David C. Smith and his own …

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Greg Chapman delivers the scares!

Queensland author and artist Greg Chapman is re-releasing two of his novellas, the Halloween tale, The Last Night of October and the coming-of-age horror, Vaudeville.

Both titles will be published in digital and paperback formats through Omnium Gatherum Books in the US. The new editions sport cover art and illustrations by Chapman.

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