REVIEW: Siphon

A.A. Medina offered us an insight into his style with his short story collection ITCH, and his work with Dustin Schyler Yoak on the wonderful magazine, Aphotic Realm. With SIPHON comes Medina's first venture into a full blown work, such as a novella/novel. It tells the story of Dr. Gary Phillips, the resident hematopathologist at Claybrook Medical... Continue Reading →

Review of Andrew Cull’s Hope and Walker

Ah, you can't beat a good, old-fashioned ghost story. Not the one where the ghost is terrorising a house, but one where it has a purpose. And that's what Hope and Walker is -- a story with a purpose. Em's father owns a funeral parlour where she grows a fascination with talking to and drawing... Continue Reading →

Review of Kay Oliver’s SICKO

SICKO is a collection of six short stories (and one titular novella), and attempts to travel into the pyche of a deranged individual. Here, author, Kay Oliver, presents us with situations of everyday life, from father-son bonding to a simple phone call to a 9-11 operator; but life isn't that simple, as someone has to... Continue Reading →

Interview with A. A. Medina

The Horror Club speaks to writer/editor A. A. Medina about his plans for 2018, and his upcoming novella, Siphon, due to be released via Hindered Souls Press on Friday, February 2nd. 1) Tell us a little bit about yourself? Well first, I guess I can start with the two A’s in A. A. Medina stand for... Continue Reading →

This Is Horror Seeks Nominations For Annual Awards

Nominations are now open for the seventh annual This Is Horror Awards, with the closing date at 12:01 a.m. PST, on 22 December 2017. There are a host of categories to choose from, which include: Novel of the Year; Novella of the Year; Short Story Collection of the Year; Anthology of the Year; Fiction Magazine of the Year; Publisher of the Year; Fiction... Continue Reading →

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