News from Sub Press

Robert McCammon’s new thriller, The Five, “his best novel ever” according to Stephen King, and “infused with power and passion, and laced with psychological horror and razor-sharp tension” in a Starred Review in Publishers Weekly, is headed into its second printing, less than a week after it started shipping. 

The second installment in Subterranean Press’s flagship anthology series, Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy 2, is in stock. Locus Online says that the volume is “for readers who appreciate the varieties of narrative voice, the play of language and the unexpected twist of plot, but most of all the full range of the genre.”

James P. Blaylock’s new steampunk adventure, The Affair of the Chalk Cliffs, in which gentleman scientist Langdon St. Ives’ sturdy companions must come to his aid when he’s kidnapped by Dr. Ignacio Narbondo, is now available.

Another collection of horror and dark fantasy is coming your way this autumn/fall. Glen Hirshberg’s The Janus Tree and Other Stories hews to the literary side of the genre with a number of longer stories (including the title novelette) as well as shorter pieces written expressly for the Rolling Darkness Review reading tour that Glen mounts every Halloween season.

Robert McCammon’s new thriller, The Five, “his best novel ever” according to Stephen King, and “infused with power and passion, and laced with psychological horror and razor-sharp tension” in a Starred Review in Publishers Weekly, is headed into its second printing, less than a week after it started shipping. 

The second installment in Subterranean Press’s flagship anthology series, Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy 2, is in stock. Locus Online says that the volume is “for readers who appreciate the varieties of narrative voice, the play of language and the unexpected twist of plot, but most of all the full range of the genre.”

James P. Blaylock’s new steampunk adventure, The Affair of the Chalk Cliffs, in which gentleman scientist Langdon St. Ives’ sturdy companions must come to his aid when he’s kidnapped by Dr. Ignacio Narbondo, is now available.

Another collection of horror and dark fantasy is coming your way this autumn/fall. Glen Hirshberg’s The Janus Tree and Other Stories hews to the literary side of the genre with a number of longer stories (including the title novelette) as well as shorter pieces written expressly for the Rolling Darkness Review reading tour that Glen mounts every Halloween season.