Not with a short story sale, but in his new appointment as DVD/Blu Ray reviewer, taking over from Tony Lee from issue 51 onwards. Gary also reviews films for The Digital Fix.
Martin Owton’s short story ‘The Mist Beyond The Circle’- originally published in Black Gate magazine – has been reprinted in Aphelion Webzine. The story can be read here.
Gary Couzens’ short story ‘Little Black Number’ has been accepted by editor Terry Grimwood, and will be appearing in Wordland 6: Black Is The New Black. This is Gary’s 52nd story sale!
And Helen Callaghan’s upcoming novel ‘Dear Amy’ has appeared in The Bookseller as a key title ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair. Helen will also be reading at the Millennium Library in Norwich as part of their ‘Crime Scene’ event. Other authors attending include Andrew Hook, Margaret Callow, Geraldine Evans and Charlie Flowers. The event takes place on Tuesday 13th October at 5.45pm and more information can be found here.
Gary Couzens’ short story ‘A Night Out’ is now available in ‘Hellfire Crossroads Volume 5’, edited by Trevor Denyer. It is available for purchase on Amazon UK & US.
Gary Couzens’ short story “A Night Out” has been accepted for Hellfire Crossroads #5 – Gary’s fifty-first piece of sold short fiction. An impressive achievement!
Additionally, his story “Four A.M.” is to be published in French in Ténèbres 2015. The story originally appeared in Peeping Tom.
And Martin Owton has been published in Kraxon Magazine with his short story ‘Report on the Testing of PK563217M’. The story can be found here.
News from the latter half of 2013, all in one round up!
Gary Couzens had a story accepted for an anthology of punk-inspired stories for DogHorn Publishing titled punkPunk!
David’s debut sci-fi novel, Shopocalypse was published by Clarion and is also available now. Jump in the passenger seat for a road trip with Josie and Novak, on the run after an unlucky encounter, unintentionally in possession of a super-hot sentient muscle car and over 190 million dollars, covered with a potent psychoactive powder.
Another story from Laura, Ptichka will appear in the the Horror Uncut anthology.
Sara-Jayne Townsend‘s book Dead Cool (also known among the group as The Case of the Defenestrated Rock Star) will be published by Canadian e-publisher MuseItUp Publishing in late 2104. The novel is the second in the Shara Summers series, following the adventures of an actress turned amateur sleuth.
Congratulations to all! We’re looking forward to an even more exciting 2014.
Congratulations to Gary Couzens! His story A Smile in the Sky will appear in Wordland #3: What They Saw in the Sky from The Exaggerated Press.
Gary says “It’s quite a bit more surreal than I usually get – it was partly inspired by a Magritte exhibition I went to at the Hayward Gallery in the (early?) 90s.”
The first issue of Wordland is available free here.