Hey folks, fed up with answer the door to spotty teenagers, trying to obtain sweets and money through menace. Many not even making an effort to put on a costume. Them why not head along to The Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, on Mon 31 Oct, for what will be a a damn fine evening of horror, in the company of three of the UK’s best horror writers.
Hosted by Read Horror Editor, Michael Wilson it promises to be an exciting evening with three of the best horror authors in the UK today.
First up is Gary McMahon, author of The Concrete Grove trilogy and the man behind the Thomas Usher series. Readers of site will know that I am a huge fan of Gary’s work. He will be reading a classic horror story to leave fans entertained and terrified.
Following on from Gary, is Gollancz’s David Moody. Not only has he written one of the most successful zombie series in years – Autumn – but he’s also written the terrifying apocalyptic Hatertrilogy. The concluding chapter Them or Us will hit stores next month.
Last, but by no means least is Adam Nevill. He is fast establishing himself as the most exciting author in supernatural horror today. Having enjoyed success with Banquet for the Damned, Apartment 16 and the Blair Witch meets Texas Chainsaw Massacre great outdoors horror, The Ritual, he is set to release Last Days next year.
I am reliably assured that they’ll be other members of the horror fiction scene attending the event, so bring your autograph book if you’re a fan and get networking if you’re an author.
Please come along to this event and support both Read Horror and three of the top names in horror fiction today. Tickets are available for £6-8 and the fun kicks off Monday 31 October 2011 at 7:15pm.
To get you in the mood why not read the interviews I did with Gary