Tagged: horror

Black Spot joins forces with Black Crow PR

Independent publisher Black Spot Books has partnered with genre specialist PR and marketing agency Black Crow, as it announces its upcoming list. ... Read more

S&S acquires YA horror debut by Lukavics

Simon & Schuster UK has acquired two YA horror novels from debut American author, Amy Lukavics. Rachel Mann, fiction editor, bought World English rights, excluding... Read more

Six Facets of Terror: The Senses in Horror

Horror is an emotion, not a genre. That's well known. And all of our emotions are affected by and fed by our senses. It's easy to rely... Read more

Hodderscape relaunch and open submissions

Hodder & Stoughton is relaunching the website for its science fiction, fantasy and horror community Hodderscape today (9th March), and hold its first open submission... Read more

Faber buys 'lost' horror from William Gay

Faber and Faber will publish a "lost" horror novel by the late American writer William Gay. Editorial director Angus Cargill bought the UK rights from... Read more

Carey and Cutter shortlisted for inaugural James Herbert award

The shortlist for the first James Herbert Award for Horror Writing “exemplifies the diversity of modern horror fiction", according to the chair of judges Tom... Read more

Q&A with Michael Marshall

The thriller writer on genre fiction, James Herbert and why he hasn't had a nightmare in 15 years Read more

Emerald Fennell wants to scare your kids

Actress and author Emerald Fennell remembers the scary stories that made her want to write Read more

Benjamin Percy | “Horror has never been more popular because the end of the world has never been more possible.”

Benjamin Percy talks to Tom Tivnan about Lycans, genre vs literary novels and how real-life terror can make fictional horror Read more

Darren Shan: gore and more

Ahead of his appearance at the Telegraph Bath Festival of Children's Literature, Darren Shan talks about his gruesome new series, Zomb-B Read more

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