Copycat alert!

Tonight I’ve discovered something of a buzz on the blogosphere about a plagiarist by the name of Richard Ridyard rather brazenly copying some well-known horror stories and passing then off to markets (paying or otherwise) as his own. The most notorious example so far is Ridyard’s attempt to pass off Stephen King’s “The Boogeyman” as […]

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Shards: Damned and Burning

Have you bought Shards yet? If not, and you’re still weighing up whether it’s worth the $17.95 (yeah, it’s pretty damn inexpensive for an indie press book, isn’t it?) … then I have some good news … Coinciding with the release of Shards is the bonus e-chapbook, Shards: Damned and Burning. This e-chapbook contains six […]

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Quick links

Clarion South is in trouble and calling for donations. A post about it is on HorrorScope. Brimstone Press books and magazines are now available for sale on the excellent IndieBooksOnline site, along with a few other indie press books. It’s worth checking out for a bargain or two.

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Looking ahead

Musing on my last post has prompted me to look ahead and Brimstone Press’ 2009 looks to be a promising one. Confirmed projects due for release this year include Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror Volume 3 (delayed from last year), The Last Days of Kali Yuga by Paul Haines, Shards by me, Macabre: A Journey […]

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Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror 2007 edition

It’s here: the second installment in Brimstone Press’ ‘year’s best’ Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror series. It also has my spider story, first published in Borderlands #7, “The Garden Shed Pact”. The anthology includes award-winners and nominees from some of the best in the business, plus an exhaustive overview of Australian horror publishing in 2006 […]

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