World Horror Convention

‘Red Gloves’ Nominated for Bram Stoker Award

I heard yesterday that ‘Red Gloves’ has been nominated for Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection by the Horror Writers Association. This is a world event and the awards are announced at the World Horror Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 31. The full list of nominations is as follows: Voices: Tales of […]

World Horror: What You Missed

The weather, of course, was contrary, but the events were hot and wonderfully strange. Most of the energetic talks and panels were crowded and had to be forcibly wrapped with the questions still pouring in. There was a surprise appearance by Neil Gaiman (spare a thought, though, for ace supernatural writer Jasper Kent, whose launch […]

Pan’s People

The Pan Books of Horror were Britain’s most influential collections of horror stories and ran from 1959 onward, producing volumes over the next thirty years. Toward the end of the run I was privileged to make it into the collections a couple of times. Now, the volume ‘Back From The Dead’ under editor Johnny Mains, […]