Remembering Pan Horror
When I was a kid I collected the Pan Books of Horror and frightened myself witless with them. Years later, I ended up in them, with three stories (two in the original series and a third in the relaunched ‘Dark Voices’ version) and was thrilled to become part of the legacy. Now Johnny Mains has reassembled those of us who were in the books (and still living!) for a new anthology of horror. I’ve supplied a new story, and will be very interested to see what the whole thing is like. There are tales from John Burke, Basil Copper, Tony Richards and many others, with a biographical essay on Herbert Van Thal, the original editor, by the new one. Look out for it, Pan fans.