Saturday, September 01, 2007

Interlude: Tim Lebbon story & new scholarly journal

If you like cutting edge horror; if you like to read writers who have something to say; then look no further. Paul Puglisi and his team have a winner with his new electronic journal: Horror Literary Quarterly.

The Publisher/Editor Paul Puglisi with his Assistant Editors Kelly Laymon, Kelly Perry have started a new tradition that is exciting. Horror Literature Quarterly is published on a quarterly basis in January, April, July, and October.

Issue Two is already live, so download it quickly! It has three original, groundbreaking works: John Urbancik - Iron and Lead Gerard Houarner - Night Service Lavie Tidhar - Depopulator.

A new piece of short fiction by TIM LEBBON will be published by Horror Literature Quarterly the first week of September. In order to read this never before published Lebbon story you will need to be a registered subscriber to HLQ. It is free and easy. So take the time now to sign up so you can read Tim's new story on September 4th. Being a registered subscriber to HLQ gives you access to past issues as well as future members only content.

If you want this Tim Lebbon story - hurry!


OK, speaking of horror, if you haven't seen this e-mail making the rounds, hold your breath.

Seems a sheep farmer was puzzled about the disappearance of some sheep on his farm. After a few weeks the farmer decided to put up an electric fence. About a week later, this is what he found! This is a Python & they're extremely aggressive & have a few teeth that they use to hold their prey while they wrap around them & then constrict. (Note: The wires are 10 inches apart.)

For more weird beasts see my blog Weird Beasts.

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