Saturday, August 18, 2007

Holy Horrors

Just heard that I've had a story accepted for Holy Horrors. This is an anthology of religious themed horror stories (just thought I'd mention that in case you couldn't figure it out from the title) edited by T.M. Wright and Matt Cardin.

Dead chuffed about this. The final contents list hasn't been officially announced yet but from what I understand there are several big names involved. And me.

12 comments:

nomis said...

Congrats, Stu.

Elizabeth said...

Way to go! :-)

Stuart Young said...

Cheers.

Allyson Bird said...

Congrats Stu! Looks like this one will be a huge success.

Chris said...

Well, there's always one upstart in any anthology. ;-)

Congrats Stu, I suppose you expect us to buy a copy now... as opposed to just talking about it.

Stuart Young said...

A copy??? You mean multiple copies don't you?

nomis said...

They better be buying multiple multiple copies if they know what's good for'em!!!

Quentin S. Crisp said...

And me.

Quentin S. Crisp said...

By which I mean, I am, apparently, in it, too.

And your comments are working again, too.

nomis said...

Congrats to you, too, Quentin. That's three of us now.

Do you supposed we are the BIG NAMES that the anthology is supposed to feature?

We must be. Who could be bigger?

Quentin S. Crisp said...

I suppose it must be us, unless they've got someone EVEN BIGGER in the wings.

Has there been any press release stuff?

I saw part of the contents list online somewhere (that's when I had an inlking that I might be in it), but I don't really know how these things get around.

nomis said...

I suspect you saw the same list I did, on Matt Cardin's blog. That one was culled from the Shocklines board, where some of those accepted posted messages about it. I also know Joe Nassis is in it (from a Google search looking for contributors).

Terry Wright says he'll be posting the Table of Contents soon. I'm hoping within the week. But I suppose it doesn't matter as we have at least another year to go before it sees print.