“The Nimble Men” in Best of the Best Horror of the Year
Ellen Datlow has collected her favorite pieces from ten years of her Best Horror of the Year anthologies, and Glen’s eerie Northern Lights-infused “The Nimble Men” is among them. Publishers’ Weekly just gave the set a starred review.
Live Podcast Interview Sunday, 8/12/2018
Glen will be the featured guest on the Lovecraft ezine podcast this Sunday, August 12th. The show will be live at 3 pm Pacific, and then permanently available in the archives. Compete details here.
Review of THE ONES WHO ARE WAVING in BLACK STATIC
A great review for The Ones Who Are Waving, can be found in the newest edition (64) of Black Static. A few highlights: “Keenly felt and characterised…filled with little touches of detail that give the events a mythic and archetypal feel;” “…it…
Freedom is Space for the Spirit
My spectral St. Petersburg novelette, “Freedom is Space for the Spirit,” is now up for pre-order for all of 99 cents for the edevice of your choice. You can pre-order, or you can wait and read it online, for free,…
Jonathan Maberry Praises GOOD GIRLS on Facebook
Glen Hirshberg continues to knock it out of the park with GOOD GIRLS, the second in his brilliant Motherless Children series. This is why vampire fiction will never die.” Posted by Jonathan Maberry on Tuesday, March 29, 2016
The Electric Review on GOOD GIRLS
Head on over to the Electric Review to read what John Aiello has to say about Good Girls.
Coming Back from San Francisco
Spent 36 hours (12 of them driving) floating up the coast to the Bay to do a reading. I ate things I never do anymore and miss (hello, Zachary’s stuffed spinach and mushroom), drifted in the parks among the Easter…
Songwriter Thomas Anderson and GOOD GIRLS
Thomas Anderson–Thomas Anderson–one of my favorite songwriters, ever, and of the many artists I know who deserve more attention, he deserves it just about the most–and I have been corresponding and trading art for years, now. That has been its…
You did tell me about “Bone Tomahawk,” hive mind. But not loudly enough. So. “BONE TOMAHAWK!!” How wonderful to see writing that sharp, and storytelling that patient and smart, and genre-mixing so gleeful as to defy the existence of genre…
Castle of Horror Interview
In case you missed it and have interest, my interview with the delightful Jason Henderson at Castle of Horror has been posted in its permanent home at Bleedingcool. Here’s that.