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Black Static’s 50th Issue

Andy Cox has celebrated the 50th issue of Black Static with a fantastic line up of fiction by Georgina Bruce, V.H. Leslie, Ray Cluley, Gary Budden, Tyler Keevil and Tim Casson, alongside columns by Stephen Volk and Lynda E. Rucker, DVD reviews by Tony Lee and reviews by Peter Tennant – which includes a feature on Simon Bestwick.

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Black Static Issue 50 with cover art by Vince Haig

I look forward to reading work by all of these writers but am particularly pleased to see much made of Georgina Bruce’s story “White Rabbit”. I’ve long envied her work for her style and vision which is matched by her technical skill.

I’m also very pleased to see the magazine being featured in the mainstream press. Damien Walter’s article The ominous ordinary: horror writers finding scares in the everyday praises Andy Cox’s vision, Georgina Bruce for  “undermining our faith in the ordinary” and Simon Bestwick’s work as “the most engaged with ordinary British life of any horror writer working today”.

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Black Static 32 Now Out

Black Static 32The Anatomist's Mnemonic, art by David Gentry I am very excited about the new issue of Black Static. It  contains all the usual features by Stephen Volk, Christopher Fowler, Peter Tennant, Mike O’Driscoll and Tony Lee, as well as a clutch of fiction. I’m lucky enough to have a story in here (“The Anatomist’s Mnemonic”), alongside work by wonderful TTA veteran Ray Cluley and other great writers like Tim Casson, Drew Rhys White, Lavie Tidhar, Steve Rasnic Tem and a fantastic story by my fellow conspirator, Ilan Lerman.

The cover artwork is by Richard Wagner and the illustration for “The Anatomist’s Mnemonic” is by David Gentry.

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