Friday, 16 September 2016

Dark in the Day



Just a quick notice about Dark in the Day, a new anthology of Weird Fiction featuring multiple authors including Tanith Lee, Liz Williams, Liz Counihan, Michael Marshall Smith, and...yours truly. Storm was kind enough to reprint my first Interzone story from 2001, "City in the Dusk."

My copy only arrived yesterday, but from what I've read so far, this volume's a bit of a cracker. 

From the press release:

This collection celebrates evocative tales of oddness that span the genres of magic realism, the supernatural, the fantastical and the speculative. 

Dark in the Day is an anthology of weird fiction, penned by established writers and also those new to the genre the latter being authors who are, or were, students of Creative Writing at Staffordshire University, where editor Storm Constantine occasionally delivers guest lectures.

Immanion Press, the publisher, was founded in 2003 by Storm Constantine and publishes horror, science fiction and fantasy novels by new and established authors. Their website's worth checking out, as they publish genre fiction of a very high quality.

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