Interview with Steve Stred

The Horror Club chats to author Steve Stred about his work, including his latest release, The Future in the Sky, being a book reviewer, bringing real life situations into his work, among other things. Hi Steve, thanks for having a chat with me! Can you give a short introduction to yourself? Thanks so much for... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: That Which Grows Wild

Short Story Collections can be tricky. The author must find a perfect balance with each story, and in a way, each of them must complement one another. That Which Grows Wild offers us sixteen tales, each unique in their own way, of dark and wild fiction. Eric J. Guignard is no doubt a talented writer, backed up... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Sean O’Connor’s The Mongrel

Page Count: 143 Publisher: Matador Release Date: August 2018 _____________________________ I've always said that reading and reviewing debut works can be tricky. The reason is that the author intends to focus on being over-decriptive (style over substance) in the way that they tell the story, and as a result, the core essence can get lost.... Continue Reading →

ITCH: A Collection of Short Stories Review

Debut works from writers can be tricky, especially the ones that are self-published. With new technologies, the market has become over-saturated in recent years. However, since releasing his collection of short stories, ITCH, A.A. Medina has gone on to release his novella, Siphon, via Hindered Souls Press, making it an exciting year for him already... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lori R. Lopez

The Horror Club talks to Lori R. Lopez, who, while mainly a writer, works across a number of different mediums including film and music. To date, she has sixteen titles in print, forty+ e-books available, while her poems and short stories have been published in a number of magazines and anthologies. Tell us about yourself?... Continue Reading →

Interview with Mandi Jourdan

We spoke to writer Mandi Jourdan, who has just recently released her collection of short stories, Shadows of the Mind, via the good guys over at Aphotic Realm. Tell us a little about yourself?  I'm twenty-two and graduated last year from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale with my BA in English/Creative Writing. I'm currently working... Continue Reading →

Interview with S.G. Browne

The Horror Club recently had a chat with S. G. Browne, who is the acclaimed author of the novels Less Than Hero (2015), Big Egos (2013), Lucky Bastard (2012), Fated (2010), and Breathers (2009), as well as the novella I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus (2012) and the e-book short story collection Shooting Monkeys in... Continue Reading →

Remembering Zombie Gigolo

"Is it necrophilia if you’re both dead?" Now, before you go and say what the hell, that line is in fact the opening line of the short story 'Zombie Gigolo' by SG Browne. Originally written for and performed at the Gross Out Contest at the 2008 World Horror Convention, the story was then published in... Continue Reading →

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