Author Rio Youers has posted on his blog giving you great reasons you should purchase one or both volumes of Mister October: An Anthology in Memory of Rick Hautala. You can read his blog post here.
Mister October: An Anthology in Memory of Rick Hautala can now be pre-ordered from JournalStone Publishing. The book is edited by Christopher Golden and features over 45 contributors, more than 30 illustrations, and more than 800 pages in two volumes.
The book will be published in hardcover, trade paperback, and ebook formats, in addition to a limited edition set. The publication date in November 8, 2013.
For more information and to pre-order your copy, visit JournalStone Publishing or click on the image.
Also, Glenn Chadbourne’s original painting used for the cover of Volume II—shown below—can be purchased from Glenn’s website.
You can read more about the book and pre-order your copy here.
DARK DUETS: New Tales of Horror and Dark Fantasy will be published in January 2014 by Harper Voyager. Edited by Christopher Golden, it features an extraordinary lineup of collaborative stories, with the authors of each story collaborating for the very first time. And here they are!
TRIP TRAP — by Sherrilyn Kenyon & Kevin J. Anderson
WELDED — by Tom Piccirilli & T.M. Wright
DARK WITNESS — by Charlaine Harris & Rachel Caine
REPLACING MAX — by Stuart MacBride & Allan Guthrie
T. RHYMER — by Gregory Frost & Jonathan Maberry
SHE, DOOMED GIRL — by Sarah MacLean & Carrie Ryan
HAND JOB — by Chelsea Cain & Lidia Yuknavitch
HOLLOW CHOICES — by Robert Jackson Bennett & David Liss
AMUSE-BOUCHE — by Amber Benson & Jeffrey J. Mariotte
BRANCHES, CURVING — by Tim Lebbon & Michael Marshall Smith
RENASCENCE – by Rhodi Hawk and F. Paul Wilson
BLIND LOVE — by Kasey Lansdale & Joe R. Lansdale
TRAPPER BOY — by Holly Newstein & Rick Hautala
STEWARD OF THE BLOOD — by Nate Kenyon & James A. Moore
CALCULATING ROUTE — by Michael Koryta & Jeffrey David Greene
SISTERS BEFORE MISTERS — by Sarah Rees Brennan, Cassandra Clare, and Holly Black
SINS LIKE SCARLET — by Mark Morris & Rio Youers
The book can be pre-ordered from Amazon U.S.
With Holly’s permission, a Rick Hautala Fan Page has been created on Facebook, and a Rick Hautala account has been created for Twitter. Both will be used for announcements related to Rick’s work and updates on this website.
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Rick Hautala @ Twitter (“Follow” to get Rick Hautala news in your feed)
Fangoria has posted a lengthy article about Rick Hautala’s autobiography, The Horror…The Horror. The author spoke with Holly Newstein Hautala, Christopher Golden, Tom Monteleone, and Timothy Deal about Rick and the book.
After Rick Hautala died unexpectedly on March 21, 2013, his wife Holly discovered an autobiography that he’d written in secret in 2009. She worked with Crossroad Press to publish the book, now titled The Horror…The Horror, and the book was published as an ebook in May 2013.
- A trade paperback edition of The Horror…The Horror is now available from Crossroad Press. It lists for $9.99, but is currently 15% off for a total of $8.49. Click here or click on the image to order a copy of the paperback.
- FearNet has published a great review of The Horror…The Horror
- For more details on how The Horror…The Horror came to be, you can read this article on the Jason Harris Promotions website: “Late Horror Writer’s Autobiography Released”
The ebook can be purchased from the Crossroad Press store, as well as from:
Update 2013-06-29: Books & Boos posted on their blog about the event after it was over: A Great Fundraiser for Holly Newstein Hautala
Bracken Macleod posted this on his blog:
Last last March one of the nicest guys I ever met, Rick Hautala, died unexpectedly. His loss has reverberated throughout the literary horror community and we are all saddened. He leaves behind a beautiful wife and sons who need our help. Like most writers, Rick was a man of modest means. That means his family could use our help. The proprietors of Books and Boos bookstore in Colchester, Connecticut are doing what they can and have organized an all day charity benefit for Rick’s family. If you’re in the area, head on down, bid on an auction item, get a book signed by an attending author (sorry, I can’t make it), have some free food, and help some really good people through a hard time. It’ll be worth it!
JournalStone Publishing has revealed new cover art for their upcoming edition of Rick Hautala’s The Demon’s Wife. The book will be published in September 2013. For more information, please visit the JournalStone publishing website.