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Congratulations to Gary and Gemma (and John, too)!

Posted April 12, 2010

Congratulations to Dark Arts authors Gary A. Braunbeck and Gemma Files, for having their work from MIGHTY UNCLEAN listed as Honorable Mentions in BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR, Volume 2 (2009), by Ellen Datlow.  Gary’s story “…And When It Is Decided That The War Is Over” and Gemma’s story “Speed of Pain” were both recognized for this honor.

Congratulations, also, to Dark Arts Books’ Co-Publisher John Everson, for having his tale “The Mouth” from THE DEATH PANEL (Comet Press) also receive an Honorable Mention!


Dark Discoveries reviews WHEN THE NIGHT COMES DOWN

Posted April 7, 2010

whenthenight-180Dark Discoveries Magazine reviewed our new anthology When The Night Comes Down this week, noting:

After I slid Dark Arts Books sixth trade paperback collection out of a manila envelope and saw those four names all neatly stacked under the title, “When the Night Comes Down,” and I peeked inside to find that ten of the sixteen titles were first publications, I sat down and began to read the first story almost immediately. I was anxious to see if these four authors had delivered like their past works promised they would…

…Dark Arts Books claims to celebrate both the power of the imagination and the endless variations of what truly constitutes a horror story with their titles, and this latest collection proves them true on both accounts. I highly encourage anyone who wants to travel into a diverse realm of darkness where you can be both pleasantly fascinated and disturbed on the same page to get your hands on a copy of this book.

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Famous Monsters reviews WHEN THE NIGHT COMES DOWN

Posted April 7, 2010

whenthenight-180 Famous Monsters of Filmland posted the first review today of our latest anthology When The Night Comes Down featuring Joseph D’Lacey, Bev Vincent, Robert E. Weinberg and Nate Kenyon.

Famous Monsters called it “an exceptional anthology that anyone who loves short horror fiction will enjoy.  The talents are varied as are the selection of stories.”

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