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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The Bridge by J.S. Breukelaar

The Bridge by J.S. Breukelaar is coming June 2021 from Meerkat Press and can be pre-ordered now.

Meera and her twin sister Kai are among thousands of hybrid women—called Mades—bred by the Father in his Blood Temple cult. Meera is rescued by a mysterious healer and storyteller, Narn, but her sister, Kai, does not survive …

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The Martial Art of Writing & Other Essays

The Martial Art of Writing & Other Essays by Alan Baxter is available from Brain Jar Press.

‘In these essays, Alan Baxter—the author of cult horror hits like The Roo, the Eli Carver series, and the Australian Shadows Award-winners Crow Shine and Served Cold—explores the relationships between horror fiction, a writer’s craft and discipline, and the lessons brought to …

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AHWA Interview with: Bernie Rutkay

Can you tell us a little about yourself and the major influences on your writing?
I suppose that I would say I’m a horror screenwriter who dabbles in other forms and genres when I feel like it’s good for the story that needs to be told. Writing is the one thing that I’ve always done …

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The Wildcard by Kathryn Hore

Kathryn Hore’s dark, twisting thriller, The Wildcard, published by IFWG Publishing Australia, was released on April 15:

Jem doesn’t do risk. He doesn’t play games with chance. At least not until his ex-girlfriend shows up on his doorstop in tears and tricks him into signing for an impossible debt.

Thrust into an underworld of card players who bet …

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