How much can change in a few weeks... I'm self isolating at Casa McHugh, but I squeaked in an adventure in London beforehand.
I’ll be at a signing for the editors and authors in the Cursed anthology at Forbidden Planet Megastore in London on Saturday, 7 March 2020 from 13:00 to 14:00.
My short story 'Y' will be in the anthology, Nowhereville: Weird Is Other People, edited by Scott Gable and C. Dombrowski, and published by Broken Eye Books on 17 December.
I'll have a story in the forthcoming Cursed anthology, edited by Paul Kane and Marie O'Regan, coming from Titan Books in March 2020.
My story 'The Mechanical Marionette Mob' appears in Ian Edginton's Scarlet Traces anthology, which is out now.
I'm on the latest 2000 AD Thrill-Cast with author Laurel Sills, editor David Moore, and Mike Molcher discussing 2000 AD's legendary PSI-Judge, Judge Anderson.
Especially for Halloween, pick up a copy of the new horror comic book anthology, Mansion Of Madness, which is edited by Lee Robson and Dan Hill. You can get it on ComiXology now. I’ve written a story in it called ‘Words Are Not Real’, with art by Alex Patterson, and lettering by Bolt-01. Here’s a blurb about its premise: MALLET PRODUCTIONS RETURNS FROM THE GRAVE! The classic British studio has been resurrected under new ownership and releases a one-off special of their classic horror comic Mansion of Madness United Kingdom, 2018: After almost forty years, the classic British studio Mallet Productions is back, with new owners and a brand…
Here’s the cover for Best New Horror #28, edited by Stephen Jones. My short story ‘The Light at the Centre’ is in it – the story was originally published in Uncertainties Vol. 1, edited by Brian J. Showers, and published by Swan River Press. Here’s the table of contents: Acknowledgements Introduction: Horror in 2016 – The Editor Pale Tree House – Angela Slatter The Light at the Centre – Maura McHugh En Plein Air – J.T. Glover India Blue – Glen Hirshberg Walking with the Cross – Peter Bell Bedtime Story – Richard Christian Matheson The Symphony of the Normal – Darren Speegle The Ballet of Dr. Caligari – Reggie…
My short story ‘The Light at the Centre’ has been selected by editor Stephen Jones for his Best New Horror #28 anthology. I’m delighted! It was first published in Uncertainties Vol. 1 by editor Brian Showers for Swan River Press (and still available for purchase).
My short story ‘Impossible to Feign’ will appear in the Walk on the Weird Side anthology, edited by Joe Pulver. Cover art by Nick Gucker. This is an unthemed, charity anthology of weird fiction and verse, with all proceeds to benefit NecronomiCon-Providence where it will be launched.