Author Archives: Ray Cluley

Canal Boats, Cornwall, and Cowboys

Delighted to announce that my short story ‘The Swans’ has been accepted for publication in Black Static, by TTA Press. It’s the magazine where I started out, publishing my first ever submission ‘Viva Las Vegas’ back in 2008, and has … Continue reading

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The Castellmarch Man republished

March brings with it news that my story ‘The Castellmarch Man’ is to be republished in volume nine of Ellen Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year anthology series. I’m incredibly pleased, especially as I’ve always enjoyed the series, and especially … Continue reading

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The zombies are here!

My writing resource for English students is now available. Here’s the blurb: Zombie Apocalypse! (for Year 9) Escape from a zombie invasion while learning about different writing forms with 12 creative writing activities. Your students will love the action-packed, imaginative … Continue reading

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An A to Z of books

Okay, I was tagged in this a while ago (thanks Jess) but I’ve just found my scribbled notes and thought I’d post them (at last). Any excuse to go on about books… Author you’ve read the most books by That’d … Continue reading

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A few things have happened in the last couple of weeks so here’s a bit of a catch up… First of all, I’m delighted to announce that Probably Monsters has been nominated for a British Fantasy Award for Best Collection. … Continue reading

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A great review and an(other) interview, too

Ted Grau has posted a wonderful review of Probably Monsters over at The Cosmicomicon, and was kind enough to interview me as well. You can check it out by clicking here, if you like. You can order Probably Monsters here and … Continue reading

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Me and the sea (and a few other things)

John Linwood Grant interviews me at Grey Dog Tales as part of the Stranger Seas series, and I do love a good nautical horror story. How about you? Got any favourite horrors at sea?

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