Aliette de Bodard, Andrew Hook, Artwork, Ben Baldwin, Black Static, Fantasy, Georgina Bruce, Horror, Interzone, Jess Hyslop, Joel Lane, Lavie Tidhar, Lynda E Rucker, Nigel Brown, Nina Allan, Priya Sharma, Sci-fi, Sean Logan, Shannon Fay, Short Stories, speculative fiction, Stephen Volk, Steven J Dines, The King Of Love My Shepherd Is, TTA Press, Writing
Out now to order or subscribe, from TTA Press, is issue 34 of Black Static, which contains stories by Nina Allan, Joel Lane, Andrew Hook, Sean Logan and (in case you hadn’t already heard all of my shouting and bawling about it) one from me. Includes the usual column by Stephen Volk and a new column by Lynda E. Rucker.
The artwork this issue is simply brilliant, with gorgeously unsettling black and white illustrations for each story, and Ben Baldwin’s delicious and nightmare-inducing colour art for the front and back cover.
And this month’s Interzone looks to be a fabulous issue as well – with stories by my buddies Priya Sharma and Georgina Bruce (whose TTA debut, Cat World, makes its appearance here – and a wonderful story it is) alongside tales by Steven J. Dines, Jess Hyslop, Nigel Brown, Aliette de Bodard, Lavie Tidhar and Shannon Fay.