Autumn is the best time of year – time for blankets, spooky stories and hot chilli straight from the slow cooker
Bazterrica created a clinical, brutal, horrific dystopia that made me mentally and physically squirm.
Palahniuk’s back with a dark, satirical commentary on the entertainment business and the machine that grinds the sheen
Panatier paints a refreshing, original dystopia that’s going to get your blood pumping (sorry).
Lauren Beukes is back with her latest novel Afterland – a post-pandemic masterclass in pacing, with characters you’re going to want to hang out with, go for beers with, cry with.
My horror flash fiction Breakfast with Bobby has been published over at the brilliant The Arcanist
Beautiful and quietly disturbing, The Memory Police is a book you’ll want to linger over.
Oh brings us a a beautiful, touching, tragic yet hopeful journey into space, and I want more.
Kraus brings Romero’s zombie novel to life, in what can’t help but be a classic of the genre.