Saturday 15 June 2019

Nightscape by Eric Ian Steele reviewed on the British Fantasy Society website

There's a review of Eric Ian Steele's Nightscape collection on the BFS website by Pauline Morgan.

"The first thing that catches the attention is the beautiful production of this book and the excellent choice of cover – Joseph de Ribera’s Hecate: Procession to a Witches Sabbath – which perfectly indicates the intended mood of the stories inside. There are eleven of these, the first eight of which were originally published elsewhere between 2003 and 2014. The final three are original to this collection." To read the rest of the review click onto this link.

Eric Ian Steele is a novelist and screenwriter from Manchester, England. He is the writer of the horror novel The Autumn Man, as well as the thriller feature film The Student (2017) and the action/sci-fi feature film Clone Hunter (2010). He won the prestigious Writers on the Storm screenwriting contest in 2012 and has had short films produced across the USA. He has also written for hire on a children’s sci-fi animated TV series. His short stories range from science-fiction to horror and fantasy and can be found in numerous anthologies and magazines including Terror Tales alongside fiction by Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman, The Lovecraft E-Zine, Horror Without Victims, the superhero fiction anthology POW!erful Tales, and the zombie poetry collection Vicious Verses and Reanimated Rhymes!  

Nightscape is being published in hardcover, price £20.00. It is also available as a trade papetrback and an ebook.
It includes eleven tales:

Charlie - first published in Terror Tales #4, edityed by John B. Ford and Paul Kane

The Musical Box - first published in Chaos Theory: Tales Askew #13, edited by A. A. Roberts

The Groaner in the Glen - first published in The Lovecraft eZine #29, edited by Mike Davis

City of the Damned - first published in In Bad Dreams II

Black Annis - first published in The Willows #1, edited by Ben Thomas

After the Fall - first published in Chaos Theory: Tales Askew #3, edited by A. A. Roberts

Moths - first published in Scifantastic

Cycle - first published in Terminal Earth

A Dahlia Among the Roses, Ars Armortia, and Indian Summer are original to this collection.

hardcover £20.00 $26.00

trade paperback £9.99  $12.99

ebook £2.76 $3.65