Welcome to your Monday Mourning Report, in which I scour the inter-webs digging up the dirt on the latest offerings, happening and general going-ons from our favourate authors, film makers and other dark creators.
Okay, maybe this book isn’t that fresh, but any day you can snag an e-book of Jeff Strand – in this case, Blister – is enough to freshen up any horror lover’s day, right? But be quick – this book and several others are only available to download from Amazon for free until end of day tomorrow.
Author, Sephera Giron has just received her gorgeous hard cover copy of The Pulp Book of Phobias which contains her story, “Five in the Six!” and shares space with the likes of John Skip, Ray Garton, Richard Chizmar and several others.
Mick Garris gathers his famous friends for the horror anthology Nightmare Cinema.
From John Bowman’s facebook: You know you’re writing a review for Rue Morgue Magazine when the last two words are “bandsaw lobotomy.”
According to Mat Schwartz, “Had another 3.5 hours of both beautiful and disgusting tattoo work done on my arm last night, courtesy of the amazing Dave Wallin of Eight of Swords. I won’t post pictures until it’s done, and it will be a couple of more sessions (next is in 3 weeks), but I’m definitely veering headfirst into “What the fuck is wrong with you?” territory.”
Richard Christian Matheson reminds us it has been 6 years since the passing of his father, the legendary Richard Matheson. May he forever rest I piece through his everlasting work.
Web of Fear
From author, film maker and festival director, Gregory Lamberson: Today is the first day of the Extended Late Deadline submission period for Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival. Thank you to everyone who has submitted! The Extended Late Deadline expires July 13th, no exceptions. We will announce selections soon after.
From Silver Shamrock Publishing: You don’t have to make a deal with the devil to enjoy IN THE SCRAPE!
Join us on Goodreads’ Horror Aficionados for the month of July as we read IN THE SCRAPE with authors James Newman & Mark Steensland along for the ride. Learn all about how the book came to fruition and maybe a thing or two about the hooligans that came up with it.
T-10 days for Stranger Things’ third season. Who’s with me?
That’s it for today’s edition of your Monday Mourning Report. Until next time fellow fiends, stay hungry…stay dark.