Richard Wright

author of strange, dark fictions


Craven Place and Hiram Grange

September 1, 2011 by Richard Wright in Journal, News

Shroud DE 2

With all the time I’ve been sinking into re-releasing Cuckoo, I almost let this slip by unmentioned. Bad Richard.

I’m pleased to say that the second issue of the Shroud Digital Edition is now available online, for free. It’s packed with Shroud goodness, with a cover and interior design by the amazing Danny Evarts, but there are two things of particular note if you’ve been following my antics in fiction.

First up, the edition contains the second chapter of my novel Craven Place. It’s been a while in coming, but fortunately the first edition of the magazine is also free to read here, and contains the first chapter if you need a refresher (the first chapter can also be found as a bonus at the end of Hiram Grange and the Nymphs of Krakow). This time round, after the flight from the farmhouse known as Craven Place, Tanith meets a curious hobo, who might be more than he seems…

Speaking of Hiram, this issue also features Hiram Grange and the Ghosts of Marrakesh, a brand new Hiram short story, exclusive to this issue, by Robert Davies. Rob wrote the third novella in the Hiram novella series (Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist), and here goes out on a limb to prove that his obsession with all things simian is not one he’s going to give up lightly. I’m just back from reading it, and Hiram’s in fine form. If you enjoyed his print adventures, go and catch up with the despicable old rogue. If you haven’t got round to them yet, note that you can get all five at a reduced rate direct from the publisher, as soon as the story’s convinced you that you must.

As they say, the first hit’s free…

And don’t forget to check out yesterday’s post, in which I attempt to sell you a trade paperback of Dark Faith for the price of a single tweet…

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