Online Launch for Alchemy Press Horrors 2 & Talking to Strangers 16th April @alchemypress #horrorfiction

An online launch for two Alchemy Press titles on 16th April starting at 7pm.

The Alchemy Press Book of Horrors volume 2 : Strange Stories & Weird Tales
Edited by Peter Coleborn & Jan Edwards

Strange stories and weird tales and all of the creeping horrors in between. Horrors 2 features seventeen fabulous writers, including Sarah Ash, Paul Finch, John Grant, Nancy Kilpatrick, Garry Kilworth, Samantha Lee … to lead you on a spine-tingling tour from seaside towns to grimy cities, to the lonely and secret places, from the fourteenth precinct to Namibia … and so many places in between.

  • Gail-Nina Anderson          Henrietta Street
  • Sarah Ash                        I Left My Fair Homeland
  • Debbie Bennett                I Remember Everything
  • Mike Chinn                       Digging in the Dirt
  • Paul Finch                        What Did You See
  • Sharon Gosling                Every Bad Thing
  • John Grant                       The Loneliest Place
  • John Howard                    The Primordial Light
  • Tim Jeffreys                      Black Nore
  • Eyglo Karlsdottir               Footprints in the Snow
  • Nancy Kilpatrick               Promises
  • Garry Kilworth                  Lirpaloof Island
  • Samantha Lee                 The Secret Place
  • Pauline Morgan               Beneath Namibian Sands
  • Thana Niveau                  The Hate Whisperer
  • John Llewellyn Probert    Hydrophobia
  • Peter Sutton                    We Do Like to Be Beside

 

Also

Talking to Strangers and Other Warnings –  the new collection from Tina Rath.

Tina Rath’s twenty-plus tales exhibit an innate sense of structure that allows for a satisfying conclusion – and often a sting in the tail. These are unashamedly entertaining stories, dark fantasy with a touch of humour, that display a deftness of touch inviting us to enjoy the words on the page. They don’t outstay their welcome or labour their points because they don’t need to – Tina Rath knows how a story works. And they work well. Very well indeed. With an introduction by Gail-Nina Anderson

 

 

 

 

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