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*Snap* Review of Guillermo del Toro’s CABINET OF CURIOSITIES by Anthony

Bit of a mixed bag this one. Eight individually directed tales of modern horror collated by one of the masters of the genre. Some of them hit the mark, others not so much. There’s a couple of really dodgy monsters which lean toward parody rather than horror.

The first tale, “Lot 36”, has a …

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The New MIDNIGHT ECHO Magazine is CURSED

Huge thanks to the awesome J. S. Breukelaar for stepping up as guest editor for issue 18 of the AHWA’s flagship publication, MIDNIGHT ECHO, coming to you in October with amazing cover art by Meg Wright and typesetting and layout by Greg Chapman. This issue is CURSED and we’re proud to announce J. S. Breukelaar’s …

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Midnight Echo: Horror Advertising Space Available

Advertising is available in the next issue of Midnight Echo. There are a selection of slots and prices available for sellers targeting horror writers, readers and artists.

Fire off an email to australasianhorror@gmail.com to lock down your space!

Congratulations to Eugen Bacon: British Fantasy Award winner for AN EARNEST BLACKNESS

Eugen Bacon’s AN EARNEST BLACKNESS by Anti-Oedipus Press, a collection of essays that offers critical perspectives on blackness, Afrofuturism, colonialism, historicity, gender and (mis)recognition, has won the British Fantasy Award for Best Non-Fiction. Congratulations to all winners and finalists.

Eugen is honoured that this collection has also made the preliminary ballot for the Australian …

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New Release – CRETACEOUS CANYON: A PREHISTORIC THRILLER by Deborah Sheldon

Australia’s outback holds a mysterious canyon. Hidden deep within is a forest of pine tree that dates from the Cretaceous Period. A megacorporation sends in a team of experts to research this canyon for botanical riches. The expedition enters a no-man’s land formed 100 million years ago when Australia was still attached to Antarctica, and …

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