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Hallowe’en Ghost Story at Brighton Open Market

Like bowls? Love ghost stories? I’ll be telling a tale of supernatural goings on at a bowling green this coming Saturday 29th October, 4.30pm after the Hallowe’en costume parade. Featuring free Day of the Dead cookies! Part of Hallowe’en at … Continue reading

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A Review of Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year Volume Eight

Originally posted on priya sharma fiction:
Thanks to Keith West at Adventures Fantastic for his review of Ellen Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year Volume 8. Datlow is one of the most accomplished editors in the field.  I know…

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Paying Tributes

This month sees stories of mine appear in two anthologies with something in common. I say ‘stories of mine’, but given the nature of these books, they weren’t entirely mine, being both posthumous collaborations. Firstly ‘Holywood’ was an update of … Continue reading

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It’s ‘Ell in here! (in a good way…)

Source: It’s ‘Ell in here! (in a good way…)

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Wicked Women Anniversary Interview: Tom Johnstone

Here’s an interview Jenny Barber of Fox Spirit Press conducted with me to celebrate the anniversary of their anthology Wicked Women, in which they were kind enough to publish my story ‘Kravolitz’. Source: Wicked Women Anniversary Interview: Tom Johnstone

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Supernatural Tales, #31

Supernatural Tales published its thirty first volume this month, including my second contribution to this excellent weird fiction journal, ‘What I Found in the Shed’. It won’t be the last either, as I have two more stories scheduled to appear in … Continue reading

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Clearance Tale

The Gothic history of Scotland in literature goes back a long way, before the recent Gray Friar Press publication Terror Tales of the Scottish Highlands, and even Fontana’s Scottish Tales of Terror from the early Seventies, which featured classics like James Hogg’s ‘Brownie of … Continue reading

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