Author Archives: Angela Bennett

The Winter Tree by Alison Littlewood; White Noise Press; 2016; 22 pgs; $18.00 US

No one forgets their first love. Their first kiss. Their first declaration of love. Arthur Geddes, already engaged to another, is haunted by these memories. Has he made a mistake and asked the wrong woman? The answers lie under THE … Continue reading


No Songs for the Stars by Mary SanGiovanni; White Noise Press; 2014; 20 pgs; $15.00 US

Owen Nelson Offrey kills children.  No, he doesn’t just kill them – what he does is far worse.  He doesn’t deny it – a slam dunk case; except Lt. Gina Maldonado and her partner, Lt. Joe Campion discover that it’s … Continue reading


Actor Brett Halsey To Sign Novel At Dark Delicacies

On Saturday Aug 2nd at 2:00p.m. Dark Delicacies will hold a signing for author Brett Halsey. Brett will be signing his first novel A Grave Misunderstanding. He is well known for his acting skills in Return of the Fly, Revenge of the Creature, The Atomic Submarine, and Twice-Told … Continue reading


Cozzy’s Question by Bob Booth and Matt Bechtel; White Noise Press; 2014; 21 pgs; $15.00 US

A bit of background for those not familiar with Necon (www.campnecon.com).  Camp Necon has been around since 1980 and was the brainchild of Bob Booth (Papa Booth).   Bob was a writer, editor and convention organizer.  He passed away last … Continue reading


Dark Work by Keith Minnion; SST; 2014; 100 pgs; $35.95 US

Keith Minnion’s artwork has graced the covers and interiors of Cemetery Dance, HP Lovecraft, Weird Tales and other dark fiction magazines.  You can also find his work on novels by Ray Garton, Stewart O’Nan, and Jack Ketchum, as well as on stories … Continue reading


THE AUTHOR ARTISTE

During his recent speaking engagement at Wabash College, bestselling writer Dan Simmons recounted how Harlan Ellison changed his life at a long-ago writers workshop just when he was about to give up writing in favor of teaching full time. Ellison read … Continue reading


Guest Blog by Matthew Warner: NINJAS HERE

While teaching creative writing a few years ago, I told a class of seventh graders a deliberately bad “story” of how I arrived there that morning. It went like this: Mr. Warner got into his car to drive to the … Continue reading