BFS Journal Winter 2011 / 12 … sneak preview

The Winter 2011/12 issue of The BFS Journal has gone to press with a fantastic mix of fiction and non-fiction. Contents are as follows:

Ramsey’s Rant – Ramsey Campbell
The First Con is the Deepest – Sarah Doyle
Father Christmas 2011 – Rod Rees
The Mark of Fear – Mark Morris
Bad Vibrations – Allen Ashley
Granny’s Lucky Charm – Stuart Hughes
Tick-Tock Woman – Deborah Walker
Genre War: What is it Good For? – Sophia McDougall
Learning by Rote – Julian Baxter-Cockbill
Lamia, Alone – Sarah Doyle
Antisocial Media – Jared Shurin
The Monday Rebellion – Andy Oldfield
It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like… – Ray Cluley
BFS Masterclass #1: How to write a fight – James Barclay
Heading Home – Ian Hunter
The King Is Dead… – Alister Davison
On Publishing: Jo Fletcher
Post-Apocalyptic Young Adult Fiction: Hell with Hormones – Lizzie Barrett
Swings and Roundabouts – Allen Ashley
Mostly in Shadow: Lesser Known Writers of Weird Fiction: Part Four: Henry S Whitehead – Mike Barrett
The Ghoul – Deborah Walker
Kindling – Alasdair Stuart
The Sea is in My Blood – Deborah Walker
A Man of Many Talents: Peter Crowther – Interviewed by Caroline Callaghan
The Evoked – James Brogden

The Journal is edited by Peter Coleborn (fiction), Ian Hunter (poetry) and Lou Morgan (non-fiction), and is designed by Cavan Scott. The fabulous cover art is by Vincent Chong.