Cutting Block Books will be throwing a release party for Horror Library Volume 6 this Saturday, April 29, from 10 PM to midnight, at StokerCon 2017 in Los Angeles.
If you’re attending the convention, come by and say hello!
We’ll be in the King’s View room aboard the Queen Mary, right next to the Stokers after-party. Snacks and a cash bar will be available. Get there early, and while supplies last enjoy free drink tickets, courtesy of Cutting Block.
Help us celebrate the arrival of the newest Horror Library!
Excitement’s building for the new Volume 6 of Cutting Block’s most famous horror anthology, Horror Library!
Our intrepid Bram Stoker Award® winning series editor, Eric Guignard, has been posting sneak previews of each of the stories he’s selected for the latest edition of our horror anthology classic.
As Stoker winning author Joe McKinney said, the Horror Library series is “as good as horror gets.”
Horror Library Volume 6 is coming in the Spring of 2017 — don’t miss it!
Cutting Block Books is proud to be a sponsor of the special Brian Keene / 3 Guys With Beards crossover podcast episode.
Click here to give a listen to one of the most popular horror podcasts on the interwebs!
For your enjoyment… the folks over at This Is Horror have posted part 1 of a podcast interview with John F.D. Taff, our friend (and contributor to the Horror Library series), and author of The Desolated Orchard, our third Single Slice.
Click here for the full interview.
We wanted to share the comments made recently about one of our Shadows Over Main Street editors, which were posted by writer/blogger Jay Wilburn.
The blog post, titled “The Case for D. Alexander Ward,” can be accessed by clicking here.
We couldn’t agree more that our two Shadows editors, Messrs. Ward and Murano, have “broke[n] new ground with the quality and scope of their projects.”
The August 2016 issue of print horror magazine Rue Morgue (Issue #169) has just hit newsstands, and it has a review of Blue Eel!
Here’s an excerpt:
“Lorne Dixon’s Blue Eel is an engaging and offbeat mixture of police procedural, eldritch mysticism and monster story wrapped up in a tale of redemption.”
Sounds great to us!
Remember, Blue Eel is available in hardcover, paperback and Kindle editions.
We’d like to call your attention to this interview, where our intrepid Shadows Over Main Street editors, Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward, talk to BleedingCool.com about their current slate of projects.
Order your copy of Shadows today, in paperback or Kindle!
Our third Single Slice is now available for pre-order here.
The story is “The Desolated Orchard,” written by horror favorite John F.D. Taff.
John is a horror/dark speculative fiction author with more than 25 years experience. He’s published more than 70 short stories and has seven novels in print. His work has appeared in magazines such as Cemetery Dance, Eldritch Tales, Morpheus Tales, Deathrealm, Schrodinger’s Mouse, Night Chills, Big Pulp and One Buck Horror, as well as anthologies such as Hot Blood: Seeds of Fear, Hot Blood: Fear the Fever, Shock Rock II, Best New Vampire Tales, Best New Werewolf Tales, Evil Jester Digest #1 and Horror for Good. Over the years, six of his short stories have been awarded honorable mentions in Datlow & Windling’s Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror anthologies.
We are thrilled to add John to our roster of Single Slice authors!
And remember: each Single Slice is ONLY 99 cents!
Attention horror fans of all ages:
Cutting Block Books is excited to announce that we have re-acquired all rights to the Bram Stoker Award® nominated Horror Library anthology!
Like a hockey-masked psychopath in a horror film, the Library refuses to stay down. We are making plans to continue the series, from Volume 6 and beyond, with a brand-new editor and renewed excitement for the horror anthology that has been helping to introduce new, talented writers to horror fans since 2006.
We’re still in the earliest phases of planning for the continuation of the series, so don’t expect a new volume until late 2017, at the earliest — but watch this space, and we’ll update you as things progress.
The Library lives! Long live the Library!