Last month we told you about the new book Zombie by J.R. Angelella, and it sounded so intriguing we decided to chat a bit with the author about his inspiration for the novel, which includes a studied appreciation for the finer points of zombie cinema, along with a few other topics.
Christopher Rice, son of Anne Rice and her late husband, poet Stan Rice, is a best-selling author in his own right with five novels (mostly thrillers) to his credit; and now he's about to follow in his mom's footsteps with the release of his first supernatural story.
For us old-school horror/sci-fi fanatics out there, Mars Attacks was one of the coolest and goriest properties we've ever seen! And, no we're not talking about the Tim Burton movie.
The Bloody Parchment short story competition was established as part of the South African HorrorFest in 2010, and now eKhaya has compiled a collection of stories from the 2011 submissions into Bloody Parchment: Hidden Things, Lost Things, and Other Stories.
In what's shaping up to be the horror literary event of the year in California, genre fans who fancy themselves a good book or two surely won't want to miss what's in the works for a special signing event coming to Dark Delicacies in Burbank this Saturday, July 28th.
After having some young people dismembered in the dullest and most unmemorable of ways possible, it just makes sense to go and wet your feet in young adult novel land, doesn't it? Hey, it can only get better from here! Read on for more.
For the hardcore fans of the "Supernatural" television series, fan fiction based on their favorite show has become just as big a part of the series' legacy as the TV show itself.
As soon as we caught wind of a new book entitled Zombie by J.R. Angelella, of course we checked it out to see if it might be something you guys would be interested in. Our verdict? Most definitely! So read on for more details on this novel written by a true lover of the genre and expert in zombie lore.
MTV Books released Nancy Holder's On Fire: A Teen Wolf Novel earlier this week, and we have all the details, including how you can read the first chapter.
A graphic novel adaptation is on its way for D.R. O'Brien's horror-comedy mash-up Shakespeare vs. Lovecraft, and we have a few preview panels provided by the author that reveal Juliet is not the girl she used to be! Check 'em out!
There's not a single zombie fan on this planet who does not harbor a soft spot for the infamous Captain Rhodes, played by the always entertaining Joe Pilato in George Romero's classic Day of the Dead. Now, thanks to a new book, you'll get to know him a bit better.
When a book compares itself to Rosemary's Baby and earns praise from Stephen King, we take notice. Such is the case with Chase Novak's Breed, coming to bookshelves and e-readers September 4th from Little, Brown and Company/Mulholland Books.