Monthly Archives: March 2011

Going Wild: An Interview with Tim Lebbon

Bestselling author Tim Lebbon claims that the conception of The Secret Journeys of Jack London, a series written in collaboration with the equally acclaimed Christopher Golden, is a story that any writer might recognize, coming as it did, essentially, from … Continue reading

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Coffin-Table Book Joy: A Review of Zombies! An Illustrated History of the Undead, by Jovanka Vuckovic

If you want to be prepared when World War Z finally kicks off—or if you’re wondering the best way to repurpose a lawnmower when your house is invaded by the living dead—then you need to make one new addition to … Continue reading

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Darkness under the Midnight Sun: A Review of The Secret Journeys of Jack London, by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon

“There are strange things done in the midnight sun / By the men who moil for gold,” begins Robert Service’s 1907 gold-rush poem “The Cremation of Sam McGee.” But even the unusual doings of Service’s poem didn’t foreshadow the eerie … Continue reading

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Necronomicon Ex Mortis: An Interview with Books of the Dead Press’s founder, James Roy Daley

The titles at Books of the Dead Press may not be bound in human flesh and inked in human blood—but nevertheless, the genre press founded by author James Roy Daley has racked up blood-curdlingly good sales figures among horror fans … Continue reading

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