By 27th September 2011Uncategorised

I’ll be joining two peers in what could be a new wave of British Horror writing, David Moody and Gary McMahon for Halloween readings in Warwick.

Mon 31 Oct 2011 7.15pm

This event is suitable for mature audiences only.

An evening of terror, with three of Britain’s best contemporary horror writers, to celebrate Halloween, featuring literary horrorist Gary McMahon, self-publishing zombie-writer phenomenon David Moody and spiritual terrifier Adam L G Nevill. Each writer will share a terrifying story and talk about their writing and careers.

Gary McMahon is the author of Hungry Hearts, Pretty Little dead Things, Dead Bad Things and The Concrete Grove.

“Firmly in the front ranks of the new wave of British horror.” The Guardian

David Moody has an unhealthy fascination with the end of the world. Autumn, the first of his Last of the Living zombie series, was an early internet breakthrough phenomenon, garnering half a million downloads.

Adam L G Nevill is a writer of supernatural horror. His books include The Ritual, Apartment 16 and Banquet of the Damned.

“A demonstration of what the field of horror is capable of at its very best.” Black Static

The event will be chaired by Warwick Writing Programme graduate and up-an-coming horror critic and writer, Michael D Wilson.

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