Bad People makes 15 Best Horror Novels of 2020

Yes, you’ve read it right. A self published book by a relatively unknown author has made it alongside Stephen King, Paul Tremblay, Alma Katsu and Stephen Graham Jones in The Lineup’s best horror novels of 2020. https://the-line-up.com/best-horror-books-of-2020 Here’s what they said: “To say Wallwork’s novel is ominous is an understatement. Children have been going missing,Continue reading “Bad People makes 15 Best Horror Novels of 2020”

Cover Reveal & Interview at Night Worms

I had a great time recently being interviewed by Ben over at Night Worms. It’s probably the most compressive interview I’ve ever done. I talk about my own influences, how I got started, my writing practices, Stranger Things, and of course, Tom Nolan. The interview was also used to exclusively reveal the new cover forContinue reading “Cover Reveal & Interview at Night Worms”

Interview: MENACING HEDGE magazine

Amanda Gowin, writer and fiction editor at the arts journal, Menacing Hedge, me recently about coping during lockdown, horror movies, books and BAD PEOPLE. I used to be fiction editor there back in the day so it was both warming and an honour to grace its corridors once again. Thanks to Amanda, Kelly and GioContinue reading “Interview: MENACING HEDGE magazine”

Mother Horror Weekend Spectacular

This weekend marks the birthday of Sadie Hartmann, a.k.a. Mother Horror. What Sadie doesn’t know about great horror fiction isn’t worth knowing. She writes reviews for Scream Magazine and Cemetery Dance, and is the co-founder of Night Worms along with Ashley Sawyers, a website dedicated to pageant the very best in new horror book releases.Continue reading “Mother Horror Weekend Spectacular”

5 Days of Books: Paul Tremblay

There’s not much I can add that hasn’t already been documented about Paul Tremblay’s work. He’s the bestselling author of A Head Full of Ghosts (currently being adapted to screen by Scott Cooper), Cabin at the End of the World, the upcoming Survivor Song, and Disappearance at Devil’s Rock. As the aforementioned titles prove, heContinue reading “5 Days of Books: Paul Tremblay”

Will COVID19 Mark the End of Horror?

In a recent interview, bestselling author Paul Tremblay talked about releasing his new book, Survivor Song, during a pandemic. The story revolves around a rabid-like virus, and deals with themes of paranoia, fear and isolation. While Tremblay had no idea COVID19 was lurking on the horizon, after reading him talk about feeling almost “apologetic forContinue reading “Will COVID19 Mark the End of Horror?”