The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2018

Edited by Paula Guran, this year's BDF&H (Prime Books) contains my story Succulents, which first appeared in New Fears (Titan Books), edited by Mark Morris.

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Best New Horror 29

My short story Cwtch, on the heels of a reprint in Best British Short Stories 2018, is to also be reprinted in Best New Horror 29, edited by Stephen Jones. The story originally appeared in my collection, I Will Surround You (Undertow Publications).

I Will Discount You

My collection, I Will Surround You, from Undertow Publications is available now at Amazon at reduced price. For just £13.99 (down from £19.99) for the hardback and £6.99 (down from £11.99), you can get hold of fourteen stories wrapped up in soft or hard loveliness. The perfect Easter gift!

I Will Surround You: Table of Contents

Coming soon from Undertow Publications... I Will Surround You Stories by Conrad Williams Manners Trash Polka * The Closure f/8 The Jungle The Devil's Interval The Hag Stone Blizzard Crypt † The Offing The Fox Shaddertown Raptors Cwtch * Rain * Original to this collection † Originally entitled 'Wait'

I Will Surround You

My third collection of short stories, I Will Surround You, is to be released by Undertow Publications in October this year. The collection will include short stories published in recent years and will feature such award-shortlisted fiction as Rain, The Fox and Raptors. There will be two original stories especially written for the book: Cwtch …

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British Fantasy Awards

News hot off the presses: Dead Letters, published by Titan Books, has been shortlisted for the 2017 British Fantasy Awards (Best Anthology). I couldn't have had a happier time editing this book. All of the contributors were a pleasure to work with and their stories were outstanding. I'm thrilled their collective efforts have led to …

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Dead Letters is alive!

It's always a thrill to receive a box of books in the post. And it was especially satisfying to open this parcel, if only because it meant it hadn't gone missing (which I was convinced was going to happen). The books are lovely; Titan have done a beautiful job. It seems like such a long …

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