EARTHWORM GODS – Paperback – Kindle – Nook
EARTHWORM GODS II: DELUGE – Paperback – Kindle and Nook coming in April
EARTHWORM GODS: SELECTED SCENES FROM THE END OF THE WORLD – Paperback – Kindle – Nook
Being a round-up of new releases, forthcoming releases, and upcoming appearances. (Poster to the left courtesy of Simon Drax)
1. This Wednesday, January 16, 7pm at KGB Bar 85 East 4th Street New York, NY 10003
2. Saturday, January 26, Borderlands Boot Camp, Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel 10 West Burke Avenue · Towson, Maryland 21204
NEW ON DVD:
NEW IN PAPERBACK:
1. Earthworm Gods
2. Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes From the End of the World
NEW ON KOBO:
1. The Girl on the Glider
COMING SOON: The Damned Highway signed, limited edition. On sale from Thunderstorm Books on January 20th!
NEW PODCAST with me, J.F. Gonzalez, and Robert Swartwood.
Both books are on sale now in paperback! (Digital editions forthcoming) Click the cover to purchase, or scroll down for more information.
Later this week, paperback editions of both Earthworm Gods and Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes From the End of the World will go on sale. I’ve seen some confusion about these titles among some newer readers, so what follows is a primer on the Worms Trilogy. Continue reading
1. Deadite Press tells me that digital editions of Dark Hollow, Entombed, An Occurrence In Crazy Bear Valley, Ghost Walk, and Clickers vs. Zombies will be available “in time for Christmas”. All of them are currently available in paperback. For more information, click here.
2. The new Deadite editions of Earthworm Gods (previously published as The Conqueror Worms) and Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes From the End of the World are off to the printer. Look for the paperbacks to go on sale in the next week or two.
3. 2013 will see Deadite switching to a new quarterly printing schedule. My official release schedule with them for next year is as follows:
Earthworm Gods II: Deluge – March – paperback and digital
The Rising and City of the Dead – June – paperback and digital
The Rising: Selected Scenes From the End of the World – September – paperback and digital
Suburban Gothic – December – paperback and digital
4. Antarctic Press’s High Plains Clickers comic series (written by myself and J.F. Gonzalez) should be out the second half of next year.
5. Thunderstorm Books’ limited collector’s edition of The Damned Highway will feature new material not available in the paperback, Nook or Kobo editions, including How Long, Oh Lord, How Long: Hunter S. Thompson and Horror by myself and Tainted Blood: H. P. Lovecraft’s Racism and Writing Lovecraftian Fiction Today by Nick Mamatas.
6. If you have questions about any other work in progress, I probably answered them here.
My next 4 releases from Deadite Press. For release dates, please ask them.
Here’s an updated tentative release schedule for my forthcoming titles from Deadite Press. Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I posted about the reasons for the delay of Dark Hollow. Here’s an update on where things stand for the rest of the year.
After sorting out the previously mentioned problems, Dark Hollow just finished at the printer. So the physical books exist. You should see it pop up on Amazon, B&N, and elsewhere next week (with the Kindle and Nook versions to follow, as always).
Entombed, Ghost Walk, and An Occurrence In Crazy Bear Valley are all being copy-edited right now. Glenn Chadbourne makes his Deadite debut with the cover to the latter. Alex McVey is currently doing the cover for Ghost Walk (and from his description, it’s going to be a stunning depiction of Nodens). None of these were in the format Dark Hollow was, so production shouldn’t be delayed on them. You’ll definitely see all three before the end of summer.
Fall gives us Earthworm Gods and Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes From the End of the World, as well as the paperback and digital editions of Clickers vs. Zombies. My pre-readers are going over the manuscripts for the Worms books right now, so we are way ahead of schedule. And next month, I’ll begin the long process of editing the Author’s Preferred Editions of The Rising, City of the Dead, and The Rising: Selected Scenes From the End of the World. You should see those this winter.
While I’ll certainly finish writing Suburban Gothic this year, because of this newly revised schedule, I’m guessing you won’t see it until early 2013.
I’m also editing an anthology for Deadite, but it’s way too early to talk about that.
Anyway, that’s where things currently stand.