Sara-Jayne Townsend recently featured on Edin Road Radio, reading a Hallowe’en story from her anthology Soul Screams as part of their “October Spooktacular” series. It was her third time on this blog radio show.
Edin Radio blog’s introduction to Ms. Townsend:
How can I say it without drooling too much on her shoes? The woman freaks me out with her attention to detail and the horrific plots in her stories.
To join in the fun and listen to Ms. Townsend’s tale, and the other “Spooktacular” stories, click here.
Sara-Jayne Townsend‘s horror anthology, Soul Screams, gets a write up in the Kingston Guardian this week.
Elsewhere, William Mitchell belatedly owns up to a mention in the Wandsworth Guardian for his Writers of the Future win.
Sara-Jayne Townsend‘s collection of horror stories, Soul Screams, now has its own book trailer.
The anthology, published by Stumar Press, is now available to buy in e-Reader and print formats. You can take a sneak peek into Sara-Jayne’s spooky world here. Or for some behind-the-scenes info, visit Nerine Dorman’s blog for her interview with Sara-Jayne.
Stumar Press have confirmed that Sara Jayne Townsend‘s short story collection, Soul Screams, will be released in June in both print and e-book versions.
The 13 stories in the anthology explore the dark side of the soul. For more information, and reviews visit the Stumar Soul Screams page.
An anthology of Sara-Jayne Townsend‘s short stories, Soul Screams, will be published by Stumar Press in early 2012. The book will appear as an ebook and POD. This new e-publishing company has been launched by Stuart Hughes and Mark West. Anyone who was submitting short stories to the small press in the 1990s, might remember that Stuart Hughes was editor of Peeping Tom magazine. Stumar Press is specializing in horror and dark fantasy, novels and anthologies.
Sara-Jayne says, “I am pleased to be able to announce that my next publishing project is in the pipeline. The collection will contain previously published short stories, as well as some unpublished ones. They are all horror-themed, but much of my earlier work dealt with psychological horror rather than supernatural horror, and characters in very dark places. It’s not going to be an uplifting read, put it that way. Unlike my novels, my short stories rarely end happily. I am very excited about working on it.”