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My short story My Father's Hands, which was also long-listed for the Sunderland Short Story Award, has been published in Sunderland-based publisher, Bandit Fiction magazine. The story is a departure from my usual horror/science fiction genre, instead it's a poignant tale of a man who thinks he sees his father in a pub at Christmas time. His... Continue Reading →
Hinnom Magazine, the David Turton Special, is now available to buy in eBook and paperback. This features my brand new story The Horror in the Loch as well as an interview and a review of The Malaise. Hinnom Magazine consistently contains stories from some of the best horror writers across the globe. Snap it up now: UK: Paperback ... Continue Reading →
A quick update for you - I have now officially joined the Horror Writer's Association (HWA). The HWA is a fantastic organisation that brings together professional and semi-professional writers of horror from all over the world. With names that include Stephen King and Dean Koontz as lifetime members, you can guess how influential this community... Continue Reading →
Strange, humbling and exciting to have an issue of this amazing magazine billed as a ‘David Turton Special’!
Greetings from the Ether,
We have an exciting lineup for Hinnom Magazine Issue 007, which is currently available for pre-orders. As we put the spotlight on our 4x G&H alum David Turton, with his debut novel The Malaise releasing in December, we also have original fiction from Timothy G. Huguenin, Pete Rawlik, Sarah Gribble, and a reprint from David Turton’s recent Lovecraftian short story collection. Alongside the short fiction, we have, for the first time ever, 2 original poems! Adam Bolivar and Deborah L. Davitt take the helm as we expand our doors to even more dark poetry. With a review of Turton’s upcoming novel, and an interview with the man himself, we also shine the light on the horror film phenomenon that is Hereditary. Melissa Burkley returns with another outstanding column, and we also delve deeper into the adventures of Bob & Ivan with Phil Witte and…
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A fantastic review from the Gehenna Post!
Greetings from the Ether,
As many of you may know, David Turton is an author who has been with us from the start. Hinnom Magazine Issue 007 will mark the 4th time he’s appeared in our releases and we couldn’t be more excited for what the future has in store for him. His work thus far has covered a wide range of genres, from Lovecraftian horror, to black comedy horror, to Transhuman science fiction, and now with his debut novel on the horizon, Turton has dove into post-apocalyptic sci-fi/horror. We had the honor of reading Turton’s The Malaise ahead of its release, and we are pleased to present you now with our review of his stunning debut novel.
The Malaise by David Turton, published by Cosmic Egg Books. Release Date: December 2018
What if the very things we relied on day in and day out turned on us? What if…
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A brand new horror anthology, featuring four quick, terrifying reads, is available an Amazon. BUY NOW (US) BUY NOW (UK) Although the anthology is reasonably priced, you can also download it free by signing up to my mailing list. DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE COPY
The Malaise, my post apocalyptic novel, is now available to pre-order in paperback and Kindle editions.
The excellent channel Tall Tales TV has published my short story The Bloats, in audio format. Find out more about the project and listen to the story below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME9TjzzGlxY