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Sinister Reads – November 2016

The Gremlins attacked and we pew pew’d them back into squishy piles of goo! How was YOUR Halloween? Some of our AHWA writers have been busy so check our this month’s Sinister Reads and Sinister Slices. Also, the AHWA Shadow Awards are open so get cracking!  Information below… right down there>>>  No, down!  Scroll! 😛

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AHWA Shadow Awards

Hey creepy kooks, it’s that time again – The Australian Horror Writer’s Association Shadows Awards! Entries are for works first published during the 2016 calendar year, representing the best of the best!

This year we have a fantastic array of judges!

Paul Haines Long Fiction: William Cook, Brett McBean, Lee Pletzers

Edited Works: Dmetri Kakmi, Piper Mejia

Collected Works: Lee Murray, Michael Pryor, Tracie McBride

Short Fiction: David Hoenig, William Cook, Rhiannon Irons, Lucy A. Snyder

Comics/ Graphic Novels: Gareth Macready, Lee Pletzers

Rocky Wood Nonfiction: Piper Mejia, Maree Kimberley, David Kernot

Novels: Louise Zedda-Sampson, Rhiannon Irons, Lee Pletzers

Entries are FREE! We’re looking for the best Australian and New Zealand writers, even if it’s your first publication.

Send your entries my way!

australianshadows@australianhorror.com

Thanks,
Claire Fitzpatrick
AHWA Shadows Awards Coordinator

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Presumed Dead

Author: Rick Kennett

Published by: Cooperative Ink

ISBN no.: 9781536849158

Release date: 3 August 2016

RRP: US $4.03 kindle version, US $12.95 paperback

Available on Amazon.

Marooned a thousand light years from home, alone with ghosts and monsters, the last thing she wanted was rescue.

Review

 

I have followed the Cy De Gerch stories for years, generally in Australian science fiction magazines. I’ve always liked the stories of this very young, purpose bred, Martian warrior, and her various travails, both physical and emotional. These stories continue in this novel, which length really gives author Kennett the chance to explore Lieutenant De Gerch’s psyche. It is a Robinson Crusoe-type story, with an unusual stand-in for Friday. There is conflict, adventure and introspection. Kennett is a good writer in both long and short form and deserves a wider audience. – NYC Reader

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Sinister Slices
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Angel’s Song

by Angela J. Maher

Published in Spooky Halloween Drabbles 2016

 

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Crack

by Angela J. Maher

Published in Spooky Halloween Drabbles 2016

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Coralesque

 

by Rebecca Fraser

Published in Killing it Softly: The Best by Women in Horror (Volume 1)

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The Beach

by Claire Fitzpatrick

Published in Under The Bed Magazine, Vol 5, No 1

 

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Sinister Reminders
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AHWA Members Critique Groups

Don’t forget about out short story critique group and the writer’s workshop that is open to all members of the AHWA.  That’s right – novels, novellas, short stories – all are invited to participate.  Membership to both groups is open to members of the AHWA by invitation only.

If you are interested in taking part in either of these two groups, you need to join the AHWA today, and check out all the other exciting opportunities, you as an author, are currently missing out on.  There are tips on writing, how to get published, competitions, group forums and so much more.

Check out the Australian Horror Writer’s Association web-site today and become a member.

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Horror Network Australia

Horror Network Australia seeks to keep you, the horror fan, informed about all that is going in Australia within the horror genre. Events, conventions, attractions, publishers, businesses, author tours and signings, film releases – you name it, we list it.
  • Film, magazine, and book releases will be posted in the main timeline, as will announcements about any other horror-based news item.
  • Businesses and other ongoing concerns will be under the static pages, as will horror events throughout Australia.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and blog posts for all the latest news.

Follow the Blog HERE and don’t forget to like our Facebook page HERE.

Geoff Brown Dip. PWE
Editor-in-Chief – Cohesion Press
Editor/Columnist/Reviewer – This is Horror (UK) 
 

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Sinister Reads – September 2016

Hey there creepers, creepies, and creepsters! Welcome to another edition of Sinister Reads. Another short one with a powerful punch! Check out the two awesome releases this month. There is no rest for the wicked, and Cameron Trost is soooo wicked… wickedly amazing! The Tunnel Runner will get you thinking and freaking – we love that! Ree Kimberley has gifted us something special in Rat City – a horror novel for young adults. If I had kids, they would read nothing else. I don’t have kids… it’s safer that way….

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The Tunnel Runner

Author: Cameron Trost

Published by: Black Beacon Books

ISBN no.: 9780992321116

Release date: 22nd September 2016

RRP: Print: $18 AUD / Kindle: $3.99 AUD

Available HERE.

 

There was an online book launch. Check out the fun HERE:

Entering the tunnels is easy, but Ripley and Gabriela soon discover that reaching the surface again will be the greatest challenge they have ever faced…

The Tunnel Runner is a tale of urban adventure and social discontent that plunges the reader deep beneath the city of Brisbane.

Come and explore the world on the other side of the street.

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Rat City

Author: Ree Kimberley

Illustrated by: Will Jacques, Matty Taylor, Edward Miller, Steve Dillon, Greg Chapman, Simon Sayce

Published by: Pronoun

ISBN no.: 978-0- 9953870-0- 3

Release date: 1 September 2016

RRP: $2.99 USD (digital only)

Available HERE.

 

A lost friend. A family tragedy. A psychopathic scientist driven by greed.

All Shannon Dane wants to do is be with his girlfriend, Ally. So when tragedy strikes her family, he’s willing to do whatever she asks. Even break into Rat City, the run-down mansion owned by her geneticist uncle.

Ally is convinced the secrets hidden inside Rat City will give her the answers she’s desperate for, and reveal the truth behind her family’s loss. But what Shannon discovers could rip their lives– and the lives of a generation of teens – into shreds.

Rat City is a novel for young adults (13 years plus) that mixes science fiction, horror and a touch of romance with fast-paced action.

Reviews:

  • “Ree has captured high school life in Australia to a tee and used it as the backdrop for a gripping tale that throws adventure, mystery, science-fiction, and horror into the port (school bag for the uninitiated), leaves them to fester for a while, then invites you to peep inside.” – Cameron Trost

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Sinister Reminders
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AHWA Members Critique Groups

Don’t forget about out short story critique group and the writer’s workshop that is open to all members of the AHWA.  That’s right – novels, novellas, short stories – all are invited to participate.  Membership to both groups is open to members of the AHWA by invitation only.

If you are interested in taking part in either of these two groups, you need to join the AHWA today, and check out all the other exciting opportunities, you as an author, are currently missing out on.  There are tips on writing, how to get published, competitions, group forums and so much more.

Check out the Australian Horror Writer’s Association web-site today and become a member.

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Horror Network Australia

Horror Network Australia seeks to keep you, the horror fan, informed about all that is going in Australia within the horror genre. Events, conventions, attractions, publishers, businesses, author tours and signings, film releases – you name it, we list it.
  • Film, magazine, and book releases will be posted in the main timeline, as will announcements about any other horror-based news item.
  • Businesses and other ongoing concerns will be under the static pages, as will horror events throughout Australia.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and blog posts for all the latest news.

Follow the Blog HERE and don’t forget to like our Facebook page HERE.

Geoff Brown Dip. PWE
Editor-in-Chief – Cohesion Press
Editor/Columnist/Reviewer – This is Horror (UK) 
 

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Sinister Reads – August 2016

So, it’s August 2016. That snuck up like Pennywise!  Enjoy this short but powerful edition of Sinister Reads. How could you possible go past The Refuge Collection, Heaven to Some (Volumes 1-3)? With contributions from some of AHWA best, you will be fascinated and horrified by the town of Refuge. But wait, there’s more! Check out Murder on the Cogsworthy Express by the wonderfully wicked Cameron Trost.

 

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The Refuge Collection, Heaven to Some (Volumes 1-3)

Authors: Ramsey Campbell, Tracie McBride, Martin Livings, Kaaron Warren, Brian Craddock, Lee Murray, Steve Dillon, Noel Osualdini, EJ McLaughlin, Chris McCorkindale, David Allen

Illustrated by: Will Jacques, Matty Taylor, Edward Miller, Steve Dillon, Greg Chapman, Simon Sayce

Published by: Steve Dillon for The Refuge Collection

ISBN no.: 9780994592200 (Hardback) and 9780994592217 (Paperback)

Release date: 19 th August 2016

RRP: $US66.60  (HB) and $US33.30 (PB)

Available here.

The Refuge Collection is a collection of dark, supernatural and terrifying tales set in and around the mythical town of Refuge, where every house is different, as are its people. They seek Refuge for all sorts of reasons, often without recalling why or how they arrived. But leaving is a different matter.

The town is often described by those who live there as ‘Heaven to Some, Hell to Others.’

The Refuge Collection is also a collection of award-winning (and emerging) writers and artists who’ve come together from across the world to build our little town of Refuge. Each writer has added to the places, people and events that take place, slowly building the mythology and adding to an insidious over-arching plot. With 6 volumes of 6 tales from Refuge, most are short, stand-alones but they all inter-leave in some way.

Reviews:

  • “The most ambitious shared-world horror series to come out of Australia. A horror collection that is both relevant and worthy – a rarity” – Aaron Sterns, co-writer of Wolf Creek 2
  • “The Refuge Collection benefits an admirable project. Please support if you can.” – Ramsey Campbell

Included is Lee Murray’s short story, ‘The Thief’s Tale,’ which won the Sir Julius Vogel (SJV) award for best short story in 2015.

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Murder on the Cogsworthy Express

by Cameron Trost

Published in  Gothic Fantasy: Crime and Mystery Short Stories

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Sinister Reminders
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AHWA Members Critique Groups

Don’t forget about out short story critique group and the writer’s workshop that is open to all members of the AHWA.  That’s right – novels, novellas, short stories – all are invited to participate.  Membership to both groups is open to members of the AHWA by invitation only.

If you are interested in taking part in either of these two groups, you need to join the AHWA today, and check out all the other exciting opportunities, you as an author, are currently missing out on.  There are tips on writing, how to get published, competitions, group forums and so much more.

Check out the Australian Horror Writer’s Association web-site today and become a member.

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Horror Network Australia

Horror Network Australia seeks to keep you, the horror fan, informed about all that is going in Australia within the horror genre. Events, conventions, attractions, publishers, businesses, author tours and signings, film releases – you name it, we list it.
  • Film, magazine, and book releases will be posted in the main timeline, as will announcements about any other horror-based news item.
  • Businesses and other ongoing concerns will be under the static pages, as will horror events throughout Australia.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and blog posts for all the latest news.

Follow the Blog HERE and don’t forget to like our Facebook page HERE.

Geoff Brown Dip. PWE
Editor-in-Chief – Cohesion Press
Editor/Columnist/Reviewer – This is Horror (UK) 
 

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Sinister Reads – July 2016

Welcome all, to the July 2016 edition of Sinister Reads. Holy crap balls, Batman! You are in for such a treat this week. The most amazing Greg Chapman has been busy with the release of his debut novel, Hollow House (check out the super creepy trailer) AND… drum roll please, Mr Chapman has also given us gore gathers our own bag of bits and blood to colour in with morbid magic! That’s right people, it’s an adult colouring book for horror lovers! Also, a massive congratulations for Rue Karney on her WIN – check out her latest Sinister Slice too! Enjoy your July Sinister Reads.

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The Horrible Colouring Book

by Greg Chapman

ISBN no.: 0646958259

RRP: $AUD9.95

Release date: 11 July 2016

Available here.

Greg Chapman is the author of:

TORMENT
THE NOCTUARY
THE LAST NIGHT OF OCTOBER
Greg Chapman is the illustrator on Bullet Ballerina – SST Publications
The Bram Stoker Award® WINNING WITCH HUNTS: A GRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE BURNING TIMES – McFarland & Company

This book is HORRIBLE!

Don’t colour-in to relax, colour-in to give yourself the shivers and stay awake!

24 pages of horrible colouring fun! Vampires! Werewolves! Zombies! And more! Grab your red crayons and stay inside the lines!

“The most fun you can have with colouring pencils without stabbing someone with them.” – Aaron Sterns, Co-writer Wolf Creek 2, author Wolf Creek: Origin. Closet artist.

“Absolutely BRILLIANT! I love it. Beyond being a cool coloring book, it’s a wonderfully witty tribute to the whole genre. Bravo!” – Lisa Morton, six-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author and screenwriter.

 

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by Greg Chapman

Published by: Omnium Gatherum Books

Illustrated by: Greg Chapman (Cover art)

ISBN no.: 978-0692736067

RRP: $USD14.99

Release date: 25/7/16

Available here.

 

No one in Willow Street pays it any notice, not the disgruntled Campbell family next door, not Alice Cowley and her suicidal daughter, or Mr. and Mrs. Markham down the road. Not even Darryl, the loner at number seventy, who is abnormal himself, thinks much about it. It is just the old Kemper House, forgotten and abandoned.

Until it makes itself known.

When the stench of death wafts from Kemper House through Willow Street, and comes to the attention of recent resident and newspaper reporter, Ben Traynor, it starts a chain of horrors that brings Kemper House’s curse into their own homes and leads others direct to its door. Kemper House not only haunts its neighbours, it infects them with an evil that traverses time and reality itself.

Read Reviews here.

For more on Greg’s publications, check out the listing above for The Horrible Colouring Book.

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Butterfly Pie

by Rue Karney

Published in SQ Mag

 

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Sinister Superstars
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Congratulations to Rue Karney

Winner for Brother.

Category: Australian Horror Writers Association Short Story contest

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Sinister Reminders
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AHWA Members Critique Groups

Don’t forget about out short story critique group and the writer’s workshop that is open to all members of the AHWA.  That’s right – novels, novellas, short stories – all are invited to participate.  Membership to both groups is open to members of the AHWA by invitation only.

If you are interested in taking part in either of these two groups, you need to join the AHWA today, and check out all the other exciting opportunities, you as an author, are currently missing out on.  There are tips on writing, how to get published, competitions, group forums and so much more.

Check out the Australian Horror Writer’s Association web-site today and become a member.

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Horror Network Australia

Horror Network Australia seeks to keep you, the horror fan, informed about all that is going in Australia within the horror genre. Events, conventions, attractions, publishers, businesses, author tours and signings, film releases – you name it, we list it.
  • Film, magazine, and book releases will be posted in the main timeline, as will announcements about any other horror-based news item.
  • Businesses and other ongoing concerns will be under the static pages, as will horror events throughout Australia.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and blog posts for all the latest news.

Follow the Blog HERE and don’t forget to like our Facebook page HERE.

Geoff Brown Dip. PWE
Editor-in-Chief – Cohesion Press
Editor/Columnist/Reviewer – This is Horror (UK) 

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Sinister Reads – June 2016

Welcome all, to the June 2016 edition of Sinister Reads. Really? Half way through already? …. That’s what the Zombie said!  “…head inside a plastic bag.” Ummmm, what else do you need? Check out JA Loggie’s ‘‘Killing Gabba Maggie’ – a promise to murder’ to find out where the entrails are.  If you survive that, check out our wicked Sinister Slices and celebrate our Sinister SUPERSTARS!  Enjoy your June Sinister Reads….

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‘Killing Gabba Maggie’ …a promise to murder

by J.A.Loggie

Published by: J.A. Loggie (with assistance from) Publicious Pty. Ltd

ISBN no.: 978-0- 9872122-7- 6

RRP: $AUD12.00

Release date: January 2016

Available here.

On Saturday 31st October 1998 a sex-worker died in the inner Brisbane suburb of  Woolloongabba with her head inside a plastic bag. The media surmised that Halloween had activated a switch in a warped psyche but events are seldom what they seem in this smoke and mirror tale of murder and madness and the body count continued to rise. During the next ten months five more working girls die a breathless death and the name Bagman appears in the media but the murders may be the work of a new crime cartel that is intent on controlling the recently legalised sex-trade in the river city.

A CD filled with stolen cartel data falls into the hands of private investigator Mac McNab as he watches River Fire pyrotechnics at Southbank Parklands with his young grandson Paul.

Mac hides the CD before he is murdered by the cartel and days later the cartel kidnaps seven years old Paul who is soon rescued by Mac’s colleagues but the shadowy Bagman does exist and the serial killer is obsessed with single mother Cassie McNab and her son Paul. Murder and madness rise to a crescendo on Halloween night 1999 when Cassie is drugged and wakes in a bed beside a mummified corpse wearing green pyjamas.

 

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The brightest place

by Deborah Sheldon

Published in Polestar Writers’ Journal #30

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The Corkscrew and the Void

by Cameron Trost

Published in Morbid Metamorphosis

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Atrocity Exhibition

by Jason Nahrung

Published in 100 Lightnings (Paroxysm Press)

 

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Congratulations to Deborah Sheldon

Highly commended for Angel hair.

Category: Short story, Australian Horror Writers Association Competition 2016

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Congratulations to Kat Clay

Longlisted for novella Double Exposure

Category: Adult Novels, 2016 Davitt Awards

 

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Sinister Reminders
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AHWA Members Critique Groups

Don’t forget about out short story critique group and the writer’s workshop that is open to all members of the AHWA.  That’s right – novels, novellas, short stories – all are invited to participate.  Membership to both groups is open to members of the AHWA by invitation only.

If you are interested in taking part in either of these two groups, you need to join the AHWA today, and check out all the other exciting opportunities, you as an author, are currently missing out on.  There are tips on writing, how to get published, competitions, group forums and so much more.

Check out the Australian Horror Writer’s Association web-site today and become a member.

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Horror Network Australia

Horror Network Australia seeks to keep you, the horror fan, informed about all that is going in Australia within the horror genre. Events, conventions, attractions, publishers, businesses, author tours and signings, film releases – you name it, we list it.
  • Film, magazine, and book releases will be posted in the main timeline, as will announcements about any other horror-based news item.
  • Businesses and other ongoing concerns will be under the static pages, as will horror events throughout Australia.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and blog posts for all the latest news.

Follow the Blog HERE and don’t forget to like our Facebook page HERE.

Geoff Brown Dip. PWE
Editor-in-Chief – Cohesion Press
Editor/Columnist/Reviewer – This is Horror (UK) 

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