I’ve got a story in it. It’s called The Last Victorian. Vaughan Stanger, William Rasmussen, Douglas Thompson, Jane Fell, Marie O’Regan, Allen Ashley, Ralph Robert Moore, Trevor Denyer, Michael Lohr, Michael Washburn, Richard Farren Barber, Paul Kane, Nikki M. Pill and Matt Leyshon also have stories in it.
The latest British Fantasy Society mailing contains Dark Horizons 56, which in turn contains my short story The Bordello of Doom. There is also fiction from Val Gryhin, Ian Hunter, Niall Boyce, Philip Meckley, Rafe McGregor, Ralph Robert Moore, Patrick Whitaker and Andrew Knighton; poetry from Ian Hunter, Charles Christian, Jan Edwards, Peter Coleborn, Diana Lewis and Allen Ashley; articles and interviews from, by and about Simon Bestwick, Martin Roberts, Mike Barrett, Brian Stableford, Jenny Barber and Stephen Theaker; and it is illustrated by Inna Hansen and Mark Pexton.
This mailing also comes with the March 2010 issue of Prism (packed, as usual, with news and reviews) and a voting form for the British Fantasy Awards. You’re going to be fed up with voting before the summer’s out, aren’t you? Just don’t mix them up and put Cthulu into Number 10.
Dark Horizons is available as an eBook to BFS members and, from this issue onwards, to members of the Australian Horror Writers Association.
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The latest British Fantasy Society mailing came out at the start of the month.
It has Dark Horizons 55, which has fiction from Richard Ford, Naoko Awa, Alex Davis, Mike Phillips, Alison J. Littlewood, Ian Hunter, Mike Chinn, Ralph Robert Moore, Astrid Klemz, Shaun Jeffrey, Douglas Thompson and me; poetry from Michael Fantina, Wade German and Victor D. Infante; and articles by Mike Barret, Paul Campbell and Craig Herbertson on Clifford Ball, C. Hall Thompson, Charles N. Grant and E.C. Tubb.
It also has New Horizons 4, which has fiction by J.M. Harris, Matt Finucane, John Tait, Philip Harris, Mark Butler, Elana Gomel, Eva Eliav and Tom Knights; and an interview with Steve Upham.
Wait! There’s also The British Fantasy Society Yearbook 2009, containing fiction from Mark Morris, Stephen Volk, Christopher Fowler, Allyson Bird, Mark Chadbourn, Juliet E. McKenna, Tim Lebbon, Kaaron Warren, Andrew Lockley, Conrad Williams, Sarah Pinborough, Gary McMahon, Adam L.G. Nevill, Garry Kilworth, Nicholas Royle, James Barclay, Suzi Feay, Gary Fry, Daniel O’Mahony and Rob Shearman.
Finally, there’s a newsletter and a voting paper for the BFS Awards. Join the BFS here and get more fiction than you can read in a year.
Artwork by Arthur Wang.
The line-up for Dark Horizons 55 has been released. There’s fiction from Richard Ford, Naoko Awa (tr. Toshiya Kamei), Alex Davis, Mike Phillips, Alison J. Littlewood, Ian Hunter, Mike Chinn, Ralph Robert Moore, Astrid Klemz, Shaun Jeffrey, Douglas Thompson and myself, plus poetry from Michael Fantina, Wade German and Victor D. Infante, and non-fiction from Mike Barrett, Paul Campbell and Craig Herbertson. As well as Arthur Wang, you will see artwork by David Bezzina, Jackie Burns, Mark Pexton, Dominic Harman, John Shanks and Ally Thompson. It is edited with skill and precision by Stephen Theaker.
The print edition is out in September, but British Fantasy Society members can get the ebook edition now. It has most of the contents mentioned above, including my contribution. Go here for details.