Category: New Releases

Love, Death and Robots

Cohesion Press are excited to announce they are publishing the official anthology of the seventeen stories that make up Volume 2 and 3 of the Emmy® award-winning Netflix Original series Love, Death and Robots.

Featuring best-selling authors and screenwriters from all over the globe, curated by filmmakers Tim Miller and David Fincher, and Supervising Director …

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New Acquisitions: Midnight Masquerade & Black Days and Bloody Nights by Greg Chapman

IFWG Publishing Australia is proud to announce two new dual publications from Bram Stoker Award and Australian Shadows Award nominated author and artist, Greg Chapman, for 2024.

MIDNIGHT MASQUERADE and BLACK DAYS AND BLOODY NIGHTS will collect brand new fiction alongside Chapman’s acclaimed novellas, ‘The Last Night of October’, ‘The Followers’, ‘Vaudeville’ and ‘Torment’.

Of …

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The Haunting of Harry Peck is now available!

Emerging author David-Jack Fletcher has released his debut comedy-horror novella, The Haunting of Harry Peck (Rack and Rune Publishing), available now from Amazon.

The story revolves around a young man who is pressured into killing a chicken, only to be haunted by its vengeful ghost. Fletcher draws on classic horror tropes to explore a totally …

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First Antipodean writing team to co-write a story for the Alien franchise!

Alien – Inferno’s Fall by Philippa Ballantine and Clara Čarija (Titan Books) is now available for pre-order! This original novel based on the films from 20th Century Studios will be published 26th July 2022.

A gargantuan, horseshoe-shaped ship appears over the mining planet Shānmén, unleashing a black rain of death that creates Xenomorph-like monsters …

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New release from IFWG Publishing Australia – LIMINAL SPACES: HORROR STORIES

“Sheldon has an uncanny gift for unnerving imagery and story.” – Aurealis Magazine

Liminal Spaces: Horror Stories by Deborah Sheldon is now available from IFWG Australia.

Transitions occur in a liminal space. The familiar is gone. The unknown lies ahead and with it, terrible possibilities.

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