The Horror Writers Association has nominated A Long December for the 2016 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection.
A Long December is on the 2016 Locus Recommended Reading List for collections. Check it out!
Unnverving Magazine says, “The title story alone makes this book a worthwhile read, the extra stories are a bonus.”
with Brian James Freeman
RA for All: Horror, The Horror Fiction Review, and reader Shaun Meeks all listed A Long December in their top-10 lists for 2016.
A Long December by Richard Chizmar Collects Over Two Decades of Writing – and Earns Stephen King’s Seal of Approval
“Richard Chizmar on the creepy winter tales of A Long December”
SST Publications has announced a paperback edition of the collection.
Read Rich’s story “The Box” for a limited time!
“Richard Chizmar has heart. And that heart shines through in every story he writes. You feel like you’re getting a little piece of Richard Chizmar in every tale.”
Read more of Joshua’s review and other reader reviews at Goodreads.
Enjoy these photos of readers with Richard’s books, then submit your own!
“Ditch Treasures” is now out in You, Human, edited by Michael Bailey, published by Dark Regions Press, Portland, Oregon.
The hardcover is out of print upon shipping this week! Only the eBook remains available.
“The Witch” in Dark Hallows 2
“Last Words” in The Burning Maiden: Volume 2
“Mister Parker” in Dark Hallows
“The Tower” in Hides the Dark Tower
Read interviews with Rich by Roadie Notes and Stephen King.
Manuscripts found in a dark corner of his office, from a time long forgotten–the Eighties. Revived at the hand of two horror masters, these stories are a slice of the past brought into the present.
“The Lake is Life” appears in Tales From the Lake: Volume 2, edited by Joe Mynhardt, published by Crystal Lake Publishing, South Africa.
“The Poetry of Life” appears in Chiral Mad 3, edited by Michael Bailey, published by Written Backwards Press, Calistoga, California.
Want to see more? View photos of Rich, his friends, and his office here.
“Powerful…I love it…terrific stories served with a very large slice of Disquiet Pie.”