Saturday, February 26, 2011

five new reviews

I've contributed five reviews to this installment of Horror Bound Magazine, starting with Brian P. Easton's Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter. I'm not just blowing smoke in this review; this book seriously kicks some major ass. One of the best I've read in a long time.

John Savoie's anthology, The Zombie Chronicles, is a nifty collection of zombie short stories.

Jaym Gates and Erika Holt have truly put together a unique collection of short stories with Rigor Amortis, an anthology of zombie erotica.

Tesseracts 14: Strange Canadian Stories, edited by John Robert Colombo and Brett Alexander Savory, continues a succesful line of anthologies.

And Bekka Black takes the cell phone novel to the next level with iDrakula, a new look at an old monster.

In addition to my own contributions, there is also an extensive review by Jason Rolfe of Paul Kane and Marie O’Regan's Voices in the Dark, an excellent collection of horror writer interviews.

Issue #15 also features nine new short stories, a profile on author Lisa Mannetti, and much more.

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