We ARE the triggers

Horror writers are a diverse bunch of people.  We come tall and short, fat and thin, and all ages and races.  Some live in cities, others in the countryside.  Some are drinkers, and some teetotalers. Most certainly, we come in both liberal and conservative strains. Since my first book was published in 2007, I’ve gottenContinue reading “We ARE the triggers”

The best zombie short-story I’ve read in the last 10 years…

…may well be Neil Gaiman’s “Bitter Grounds” in his 2006 collection Fragile Things, which I have just started reading. I was totally floored by this tale of contemporary Voodoo zombies in New Orleans.  It is scary, surprising, and delightful.  (Coffee is involved too, so the title becomes a pun on coffee-grounds and the ground in which aContinue reading “The best zombie short-story I’ve read in the last 10 years…”