Eco Shock Horror

Broadcaster Alex Smith works tirelessly and single-handedly to bring you cutting edge information and incisive wisdom on the environment: latest science, authors and issues including climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy and peace.

Listen to his weekly show and you’ll be most dreadfully educated about the ecological challenges we all face.

Alex was kind enough to take an interest in my ecologically inspired horror and fantasy novels, including MEAT, Garbage Man and The Black Dawn series.

We had a great chat, me sitting on my sofa in Northamptonshire recovering from killer man-flu and him somewhere in Vancouver – a place I’ve always wanted to visit.

Take a listen for an in-depth discussion of the eco-horror genre or visit the Ecoshock blog for a written prĂ©cis and info about the rest of this week’s episode…

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NetGalley ARC of ‘The Book of the Crowman’ goes live

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Well, today is the day when the final part of the Black Dawn Series becomes ‘visible’.

I almost can’t believe it. The result of four years’ work is now in the public domain, albeit to reviewers only at this point.

Still, it feels like a special moment so I might have a little celebration tonight…

But, until I start to see their responses, all I can do is hope that the critics will be delighted by what they find at NetGalley