Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes, England’s very own ‘Prince of Chill’, would have been 100 years old in 2019. To celebrate, Shadow Publishing has released a tribute anthology, Shadmocks & Shivers. It features fifteen stories inspired by the works of R. Chetwynd-Hayes, including my tale, “The Creeping Crawlers of Clavering”. Continue reading
Issue 8 of The Audient Void: A Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy is now available and among other pieces of fine fiction, it includes a story by me. “Bruno J. Lampini and the Claw of Satan” finds the picaresque agent of eldritch acquisitions tramping through the wilds of darkest England on the hunt for the titular fossil. Continue reading
There’s a new story available for patrons at my Patreon – “Ouroboros” is a bit of dystopian science-horror by way of Lovecraft. It takes place during the final hours of humanity’s final redoubt, as it crumbles before the onslaughts of the Crawling Chaos.
It’s also a sequel of sorts to “Eliza”, which is available to read over at the Lovecraft eZine. Why not go read that one for free, and then check out “Ouroboros” for a buck. And afterwards, why not take a look at some of the other stories available at the Patreon?
Sockhops & Seances, the new anthology from 18thWall Productions, is now available. Edited by Nicole Petit (Speakeasies & Spiritualists, Silver Screen Sleuths) and including authors such as Kara Dennison and Jon Black, it also features a brand new Royal Occultist story by me. Continue reading
Everything good dies here. Even the stars.
I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
Today, courtesy of 18thWall Productions, as well as artists Johannes (Cryptid Clash, The Chromatic Court) and Barbara Sobczyńska, I’ve got a look at some of the internal art for the forthcoming Royal Occultist collection, Monmouth’s Giants (as well as another look at that fantastic cover). Continue reading
There’s a new short story for patrons available at my Patreon today. “On Dark Wings” is the first solo outing for Baron Palman Vordenburg, first introduced in the Royal Occultist novella, “The Coventry Street Terror”. Continue reading