I’ve previously posted here about my movie review column that made its debute in the new science fiction journal Black Infinity from Tom English and Dead Letter Press. What I haven’t mentioned much about is all the other contributions this impressive first volume has to offer. You’ll find a full novel by Harry Harrison, two columns ( […]Read More BLACK INFINITY: DEADLY PLANETS SPECIAL PREVIEW
Tom English is a man of many talents. Alongside working his full time job as a chemist, he’s also an editor, writes his own uncanny tales, and is the publisher of Dead Letter Press (where he published my first short story, “The Collective of Blaque Reach”). He also shares my love of classic horror fiction, […]Read More 13 QUESTIONS WITH TOM ENGLISH
I’m excited to announce that I will be contributing a recurring column to a new journal called Dark Infinity. The premiere issue of this periodical is due out this October. It’s going to be a special Deadly Planets issue with each story and column using that as its central theme. Future issues will offer a […]Read More MATT COWAN’S THREAT WATCH COMING TO DARK INFINITY
A BOTANICAL NIGHTMARE: SIX SUCCULENT TALES OF VAMPIRIC VEGETATION edited by Tom English, is an anthology of classic horror stories published by Dead Letter Press. As the subtitle suggests, each story is themed around bloodthirsty plants. With publication dates ranging from 1881 to 1919, the tales complement each other nicely. Adventure, horror, drama and romance […]Read More A BOTANICAL NIGHTMARE REVIEW
Tom English is a writer, an editor, and the owner of DEAD LETTER PRESS. I met him when he accepted my first short story, “The Collective of Blaque Reach”, to serve as a companion chap book to the fantastic anthology, BOUND FOR EVIL: CURIOUS TALES OF BOOKS GONE BAD. I count myself lucky to have […]Read More Horror Delve Asks: What was your favorite HalloweenCostume, Tom English?