Adam Howe – Black Cat Mojo
Adam Howe writes the twisted fiction your mother warned you about. A British writer of fiction and screenplays, he lives in Greater London with his partner and their hellhound, Gino (yeah, you got it; Steven Seagal’s character in Out For Justice).
Writing as Garrett Addams, his short story JUMPER was chosen by Stephen King as the winner of the On Writing contest; the prize was publication in the paperback and eBook editions of On Writing, and an audience with The King, where they mostly discussed slow vs. fast zombies. (SK on The Return Of The Living Dead zombies: “Those fuckers were fast, man!”)
His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Nightmare Magazine, Horror Library 5, FEARnet, One Buck Horror, Mythic Delirium, Of Devils & Deviants, Plan B Magazine, and Bête Noire. He has recently completed work on a new novella, DIE DOG OR EAT THE HATCHET, which is likely to see him sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
His first novel is BLACK CAT MOJO… You’ve been warned:
“In these three novellas of blackly comic crime and creature horror, you’ll go slumming with well-endowed dwarf porn stars, killer badgers, redneck mama’s boys, morbidly obese nymphomaniacs, dumbass dog-nappers, trailer trash Jesus freaks, diarrheic Jack Russell Terriers, not-so-wiseguys, mob-movie memorabilia collectors, junkie blackmailers, and giant man-eating Burmese pythons.”
Adam has kindly supplied us with a copy of BLACK CAT MOJO, which we’ll get read and reviewed ASAP. In the meantime, here’s the all important links to find out more: