Caledonia Dreamin’ – Strange Fiction of Scottish Descent
So the massive project I’ve been working on with the mighty Hal Duncan is finally here (and hopefully in time for World Fantasy Con). Glaikit, mockit, droukit, drouthy, couthy, scunner, thrawn – the Scots language is rich with words too gallus not to glory in, dialect terms that deserve better than to be boxed away as precious oddities. Here we’ve collected some of the strangest writers of Scottish descent, that’s Scottish by heritage or residence, adoption or initiation…
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Slave Stories – Scenes from the Slave State
The Slave State is a place located in the 4th dimension, a place where humans are forced to work extracting inessential minerals from mining enclaves until the end of their lives…
This is NOT an Anthology
‘What’s the time Mr Schulz?
Dada Hue, dada Tza…surreal grandeur from every corner of Europe’s sunken wens. Dark and absurd fiction that penetrates the subcutaneous fat of our psychosphere – writing that curves and bends the branches of the Pluplusch. Welcome to dada bourgeoisie, honoured poets and fictionists, who are always writing with words but never writing the word itself….’
Review at Beatdom magazine
(Dog Horn Publishing)
Terror Scribes is a satisfyingly diverse anthology, furnished with nebulous, original tales guaranteed to set your teeth on edge and give you bouts of gooseflesh. From the home-grown talent of Sue Phillips to prolific US gore-hound Deb Hoag, from the satirists to the psychopaths to the traditionalists, from demonic possession of celebrities to masturbating werewolves, from hair-raising fairytales to disturbing accounts of everyday terror, you will shiver and gasp and question. We are not oblivious to the fear Terror Scribes will evoke. Quite the contrary, we’re advocates of it . . .