Our new feature series cracks open new, classic and underground horror fiction and the talents behind the words. Today's installment involves a medical nightmare tale with a grave moral: be sure to read the fine print!
I was fortunate to read a small mountain of amazing fiction in 2012, but 2013 has the potential to top it with ease.
A few favorite books from 2012
As far as reading goes, 2012 was a strong year for me.
The multimedia project based on Joshua Viola's epic sci-fi/horror novel (and featuring the music of Celldweller) has expanded into even more platforms. Find out what's new in this ever-expanding universe...
If you hear anyone lamenting the state of the short horror fiction market these days, pay them no mind – they are clearly not looking in the right places.
Already a rock legend, Metallica's Kirk Hammett has also developed an impressive rep as a collector of vintage horror memorabilia. His new book is a classic horror fan's dream come true... take a closer look!
Earlier this year, Cemetery Dance published the first of two posthumous releases from author Alan Peter Ryan, who died in 2011.
Jason B. Sizemore has built his own “House of Imagination” in his home base of Lexington, Kentucky, the place where Apex Publications originates.
Homestead is the kind of story that I love to trot out around Halloween and force on my friends who don’t usually read horror.