SILURES is an eighteen-page, double-stitched horror/weird fiction DIY zine, put together by my own grubby hands. It contains three original short horror stories, four poems and two photographs. All content is my own original work.
I’m incredibly pleased to present a version of my short story, The Caller, which has been narrated by Soren Narnia of Knifepoint Horror infamy. You can listen to the story using the embedded Soundcloud player below.
I really enjoyed Emma’s post (at The Terror of Knowing blog) about her Goodreads TBR list, and how she uses this particular method to try to cut unnecessary items from the list. You can check out the post here.
I’m currently about a third of the way through Daphne du Maurier’s 1980 collection, The Rendezvous. It’s a collection of her earlier stories, all of them seemingly imbued with a typical du-Maurieresque undercurrent of dread and paranoia. I was reading it alongside members of the Instagram “[Shirley] Jackson Collective” but I’ve decided to abandon the book for now.
RIP XII We’re a month into the September-October RIP XII event and unfortunately I haven’t quite been able to get to everything that I’d put on my list here. From this list, I’ve managed to write about The Skull of the Marquis de Sade by Robert Bloch and Supergod by Warren Ellis. I’m in the […]
I’ve never been able to cope particularly well with being in a big city.