Read The Lunatic Song in Exquisite Aberrations

The day is finally here! At long last, Exquisite Aberrations has been unleashed upon the public. A collection of long-form short stories (published by FunDead Publications) that turn traditional Gothic horror tropes upside down by shifting the POV onto LGBTQ people, people of colour, and others often side-lined or othered in the history of the … More Read The Lunatic Song in Exquisite Aberrations

Pre-order Exquisite Aberrations ebook

The ebook of Exquisite Aberrations, the new Gothic anthology from FunDead Publications, is now available for pre-order, due for release on 13th September. Featuring my novelette, The Lunatic Song, among other incredible, creepy tales, Exquisite Aberrations is a collection of Gothic horror stories with a modern twist, turning tropes on their heads and featuring characters … More Pre-order Exquisite Aberrations ebook

Exquisite Aberrations

I’ve been excited about this one for ages, but FunDead Publications has finally revealed the title and cover of its next anthology! Exquisite Aberrations, out in Spring, is a new anthology of gothic stories with the theme of traditional gothic settings featuring non-traditional characters. My own contribution, The Lunatic Song, is the longest piece I’ve … More Exquisite Aberrations

Daytime/Nightime

On Friday I had the pleasure of going on Subcity Radio show Daytime/Nightime to read some stories, pick some tunes, and chat to host Roslyn Potter about my writing and what I’m up to this year. You can listen to the episode of DTNT here. Readings include Plant Life (published in Monstrous Regiment Emerald in … More Daytime/Nightime

Read The Sixpence in the Pudding in O Horrid Night

Saaaantaaaa! I know him! Time to get excited about Christmas! And, in the old fashioned tradition, time to scare each other with Christmas ghost stories around the fire. My short story The Sixpence in the Pudding (excerpt below) features in the new Christmas horror anthology, O Horrid Night, by Fundead Publications. It sits alongside 19 … More Read The Sixpence in the Pudding in O Horrid Night