A lovely review of HORNS. I’m aglow.
My story, “Wolverton Station,” is out in every eBook format imaginable today. If eBooks had flaps, this would be the flap copy:
Saunders made his fortune as a hatchet man for hire and “The Woodcutter” has brought his sharpest axe to England to do what he does best: maximize corporate profits by chopping down the little guy. But his train north is about to make an unexpected stop in the deep dark woods, to let on some hairy-handed gents straight out of the darkest kind of fairy tale. Now “The Woodcutter” is up to his ankles in blood and finding out just what it really means to live in a dog-eat-dog world…
"Wolverton Station" was first published a few years ago in Tales of Dark Fantasy 2 (Subterranean Press). I *think* this is its first wider release.
Can’t get enough of Joe Hill? Now read his short story as an ebook.
NOS4A2 caught its first review over in The Library Journal, and they liked it, and put a shiny star next to it, and that makes me awfully happy.
Maybe this is a good spot to mention you can preorder NOS4A2 from Water Street Books, and get your copy signed, and have it delivered to you the day of release, or at least close to the day of release. Closeish.