NOVELLAS AND CHAPBOOKS
June 2019, Black Shuck Books
The series of short films known collectively as ‘6/6’ caused quite a stir when they were first uploaded to YouTube, and more of a stir when they were subsequently removed. In order to preserve these disturbing cinematic artifacts for posterity, acclaimed author Ray Cluley here presents a critical overview of both the films themselves and the circumstances surrounding them.
This collectors edition chapbook is strictly limited to 66 numbered copies, signed by the author, and presented in special edition packaging.
WITHIN THE WIND, BENEATH THE SNOW
September 2016, Snow Books
Originally published by Spectral Press, 2015.
Gjerta knew there were darkteeth in the woods. They lived among the trees and in the shadows between them. And they were always there. Hidden. Quietly waiting. Out of sight, but always in her mind…
Several short stories are included with this novella as bonus material.
THE CURSE OF THE ZOMBIE
April 2015, Hersham Horror Books
Louisa is in Algeria to cover a celebrity wedding for the BBC, but an encounter with a strange American in a hotel bar reveals there are far more interesting stories out there, in the Sahara, waiting to be unearthed. Stories about the lost ones, the tenere medden, desert men cursed with an undying thirst… The fourth in a series of six novelettes reviving the golden age of the monster from Hersham Horror Books.
WATER FOR DROWNING
August 2014, This Is Horror
Short-listed for a British Fantasy Award: Best Novella
For Josh, falling in love does not fit in with his rock and roll lifestyle. And falling for someone who believes in mermaids? Who wants to be one? Well, he wasn't expecting that, either. But the sea is deep with mysteries. Sometimes they wash ashore, whispered in the hush of a quiet tide, and all you have to do is listen. Other times you have to explore the dark beneath the surface yourself, unsure of what you might find...
Bonus content: Special introduction about the genesis of Water For Drowning by Ray Cluley, plus the British Fantasy Award winning story, 'Shark! Shark!'