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The Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado is (in)famous for being the hotel that inspired the Overlook Hotel in Stephen King’s book, The Shining.

What better place for a writer’s retreat?

Jack will be attending next year (plan ahead!), from October 22-25, 2015.

Details to emerge on their Facebook Page.

 

 

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What They Wrote…

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What They WroteWhat They Wrote is a collection of introductions, articles, and reviews by Jack Ketchum of various horror novels and collections. Included here are introductions for works by Edward Lee, Stanley Wiater, Barry Hoffman, Kealan Patrick Burke, Thomas Tessier, P.D. Cacek, Lucy Taylor, Tim Lebbon, T.M. Wright, and Rio Youers. Also included are reviews of two Stephen King novels, a John Carpenter movie, and a Richard Laymon novel.

It is available as an e-book (now), and a paper edition coming soon!

Available at Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon!

Posted in non-fiction, What They Wrote

Suspended in Dusk

Simon Dewar‘s new anthology, Suspended in Dusk features an Introduction by Jack, and is already burning up the charts on Amazon. Kindle edition is available now, with a print edition coming soon!

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A time between times.

A whore hides something monstrous and finds something special.
A homeless man discovers the razor blade inside the apple.
Unlikely love is found in the strangest of places.
Secrets and dreams are kept… forever.

Or was it all just a trick of the light?

Suspended in Dusk brings together 19 stories by some of the finest minds in Dark Fiction:

Ramsey Campbell, John Everson, Rayne Hall, Shane McKenzie, Angela Slatter, Alan Baxter, S.G Larner, Wendy Hammer, Sarah Read, Karen Runge, Toby Bennett, Benjamin Knox, Brett Rex Bruton, Icy Sedgwick, Tom Dullemond, Armand Rosamilia, Chris Limb, Anna Reith, J.C. Michael.

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You’ve Got Red On You…

You’ve Got Red On You (great name, yes?) recently asked Jack to talk about his favorite horror film.

Why not take a look, and find out?

Posted in interviews

New Interview with Living Dead

Living Dead Magazine has a new interview with Jack…

Living Dead #4While we obviously hope you would support the magazine, if you are unable to track down a copy, the entire issue can be read here!

(The Interview begins on page 59)

 

Posted in interviews

New Forum!

Greetings from Kev (the Webmaster)!

Several days ago, it was brought to our attention that the old Guestbook/Message Board that we had linked to, had vanished.

To replace it, Horror World has generously offered us space to host a new interactive Jack Ketchum forum on their site.  I have also updated the “Interact” link on the right to reflect this change.

Registration is required for this forum, but I have it on good authority that Horror World will only use your information for good, and not evil (or is that the other way around?).

Enjoy the new forum, and please – play nice.

best,

-Kev (tW)

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Damned If You Do

lakeJack’s story Damned If You Do, will be appearing in Crystal Lake Publishing’s anthology, Tales from the Lake vol. 2.

Available in mid-2015, this anthology also features Ramsey Campbell, Edward Lee, Tim Lebbon, Richard Chizmar, and more!

Check it out here!

Posted in anthologies

New Interview

What’s Jack up to, lately?  Who is his celebrity crush? What’s the weirdest thing he’s ever autographed?

The answers to these questions and more can be found at From Dust till Con!

 

Posted in interviews

The Box, Jack’s Stoker Award winning short story,  returns!

It is now available in Kindle format, and as an audio book (read by Jack!)

Are you brave enough to

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Posted in audio books, ebooks, The Box

Cemetery Dance #71

cd71Issue #71 of Cemetery Dance is a special “all-fiction” issue!

Jack’s story Gorilla in my Room appears alongside stories from Bentley Little, Simon Clark, Darrell Schweitzer, and more.

Check it out!

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