Filthy Creations 6

Filthy Creations 6, edited and wonderfully illustrated by the brilliantly talented Rog Pile, is finally out. I got my contributor copy yesterday and I’m chuffed to bits to say it’s outstanding, and a bargain at only £2.25 including postage!!! Click here to purchase. There’s an offer to purchase it together with issue 4 of The Thinking Man’s Crumpet, edited by Coral King for just £3.50 for BOTH! –

Filthy Creations 6 proudly presents the first episode in a major new serialisation: Sendings by David A Riley. 
Also beginning this issue, the serialisation of Craig Herbertson’s The Death Tableau

Both David A Riley and Craig Herbertson had their first stories appear in the now-lendary Pan Books of Horror. Both novels will be serialised in their entirity, and this will be their first appearance in print.  

Dedicated to D F Lewis, this issue also contains:

The Devil At Your Heels by Robert Mammone
Easy Money by Penni McLaren Walker
Rage and The Fat Shrike by D F Lewis
Bad Manners by Colin Leslie
There’s a Riot Going On by Franklin Marsh
Grey by Charles Black
Crocodile Tears by James Stanger
A Solace of Winter Rain by Stephen Bacon
Night Tide by Rog Pile

With five mono illustrations plus a colour cover drawn by Rog Pile. Get it while you can. 

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3 Responses to Filthy Creations 6

  1. Ross Warren says:

    Ordered this mate. If you get chance you should read Inner Demons by Anthony Watson in the Thinking Man’s Crumpet – It’s simply brilliant.

  2. Robert Mammone says:

    Received my copy today – what an absolutely beauty, and some kind words from Rog about my story. Very, very chuffed!

  3. Thanks – Enjoyed this update, how can I make is so that I receive an update sent in an email when you publish a new article?

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