Just yesterday Ryan St. Onge posted a bang-up review of the short story collection Every House Is Haunted. It’s by this guy named Ian Rogers, and if Ryan’s review doesn’t convince you that Ian is a helluva author and a really swell guy, what I’m about to tell you sure as hell will.
Felix Renn is a private investigator in a supernatural world, an alternate reality where a dark dimension called The Black Lands co-exists alongside our own. Travelling to and from The Black Lands is dangerous — and illegal — but that doesn’t stop some of the creatures that reside there from crossing over into our world from time to time.
In this collection of stories, Felix encounters a variety of terrifying entities, including ghosts, vampires, werewolves, and the dreaded Black-Eyed Kids. In a world where paranormal has become the norm, each new case may be his last.SuperNOIRtural Tales collects all of the Felix Renn stories published to date, as well as a brand-new 50,000-word novella, “The Brick.”
Featuring an introduction by Mike Carey, author of the Felix Castor novels and writer for the DC/Vertigo comic book series Lucifer, Hellblazer, and The Unwritten.
Damn, I have to read this book. Too bad I can’t win my own giveaway. Or can I? Hmm…
I keed, of course. Anyway, here’s a little more about Ian in case you aren’t drooling yet.
Ian Rogers is a writer, photographer, artist, graphic designer, and web developer. At the age of twelve, his comic strip Styx & Stone was a regular feature of the
Free Press. He has written film and book reviews for print and online publications, created a film-study website that received a favourable review in Entertainment Weekly, and worked in radio broadcasting as guest co-host of Strange Days... Indeed on NewsTalk 1010 CFRB Whitby . He has also worked as webmaster for the award-winning horror-fiction website Chizine.com. Toronto
Ian has published stories in markets such as Cemetery Dance, On Spec, Broken Pencil, and Supernatural Tales. His stories have also appeared in several anthologies.
He is the author of the Felix Renn series of supernatural-noirs ("supernoirturals"), including"Temporary Monsters,""The Ash Angels," and "Black-Eyed Kids" from Burning Effigy Press. A website devoted to this series can be found at TheBlackLands.com. Ian lives with his wife, Kathryn, in Peterborough,
. You can find out more information about him and his work at his website, ian-rogers.com. Ontario
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