Terror Tales of Wales

As well as being a screenwriter, novelist and journalist, Paul Finch manages to find the time to edit a series of regional British horror anthologies, Terror Tales of Walespublished by Gray Friar Press. I’m very grateful to be included in the latest, Terror Tales of Wales.

“The Rising Tide” is set in beautiful Pembrokeshire. Thank you to the Moore family for the sea at Newgale and the Taylors for the mountains of the Preselis. Their knowledge of  local folklore was invaluable.

Terror Tales of Wales contains original works of fiction, interspersed with local myths and legends (italicised below).
Under the Windings of the Sea by Ray Cluley; Legions of Ghosts; Old as the Hills by Steve Duffy; The Beast of Bodalog; The Druid’s Rest by Reggie Oliver; Night of the Bloody Ape; Swallowing a Dirty Seed by Simon Clark; The Devil Made Him Do It; The Face by Thana Niveau; Hoof-beats in the Mist; Don’t Leave Me Down Here by Steve Lockley; The Werewolf of Clwyd; Matilda of the Night by Stephen Volk; The Goblin Stone; The Sound of the Sea by Paul Lewis; A Quick Pint and a Slow Hanging; The Flow by Tim Lebbon; Doppelganger; The Offspring by Steve Jordan; Prophecy of Fire; Dialled by Bryn Fortey; The Dark Heart of Magnificence; The Rising Tide by Priya Sharma; The Hag Lands; Apple of their Eyes by Gary Fry; Beneath the Sea of Wrecks; Learning the Language by John Llewellyn Probert.
Cover Art: Neil Williams



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6 thoughts on “Terror Tales of Wales

  1. Ray Cluley says:

    Reeeeally looking forward to this, and to sharing some pages with you again 🙂

  2. Ray Cluley says:

    I carry it with me always and show people, all the time. I had a special carry pouch made for it so I can wear it kangaroo styley. 🙂

    (It’s on the ego shelf, with the published so fars)

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