• All change

    How much can change in a few weeks... I'm self isolating at Casa McHugh, but I squeaked in an adventure in London beforehand.

  • The Cursed Signing in London

    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.

  • Y in Nowhereville

    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.

  • A Cursed Story

    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.

  • Mansion of Madness

      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…

  • Best New Horror #28

    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…

  • The Light at the Centre in Best New Horror #28

    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).