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Inferno: Join the Doomed with Daniel R. Robichaud

Daniel R. Robichaud was a successful acceptance from our submission call. His contribution, Doomed to Repeat sits in the Eighth Circle and has some wonderful touches of humour. Infernal Clock: What was the inspiration behind your story? Hell itself is an intriguing concept. It’s either a place of punishment for sin or it is a…

Inferno: Meet the Family with G.A. Miller

G.A. Miller joins us in Circle Nine of the Inferno, with his story, ‘Great-Aunt Grace’. Infernal Clock: What was the inspiration behind your story? When I was approached to take part, I considered what the levels of Hell represented and chose the Ninth because one’s family should provide a welcoming safe haven from the world,…

Inferno: Burn with RJ Meldrum

RJ Meldrum is one of the most prolific short story writers I know over at Horror Tree where he pretty much has his own monthly slot! For Inferno, he has descended into the Eighth Circle with his story, ‘Hellfire’. Infernal Clock: What was the inspiration behind your story? I’ve always been intrigued by the old…

INFERNO: You’re Never Alone with Steve Stred

Steve Stred is one of horror’s nice guys. Super supportive and a terrific writer in his own right, it’s nice to give him his own moment. He joins us in the Inferno in the Seventh Circle, with his story ‘Alone’. Infernal Clock: What was the inspiration behind your story? My story was more about the…

Inferno: In the Fifth with Irene Lofthouse

Irene Lofthouse is a writer introduced to me by Alyson Faye and from the quality of her submission is definitely one to look out for in the future. She joins us in the Fifth Circle with her story, ‘Food for the Gods’. Infernal Clock: What was the inspiration behind your story? A trip to Saltburn-by-the-Sea…

Inferno: Gets Caught with Robert Allen Lupton

Robert Allen Lupton first joined the Infernal Clock in the DeadCades anthology with a great tale from the 1960s so I called him back to join us in Inferno. This time, he plunges into the Fourth Circle, with his story ‘Cookie Jar’. Infernal Clock: What was the inspiration behind your story? Greed. People are blinded…

Inferno: Goes for the Jugular with TC Parker

TC Parker has only recently arrived on the horror scene but has already made a splash with her novel Saltblood and more recently A Press of Feathers (both are terrific reads). When she was suggested as someone to approach for a short story, I couldn’t wait to see what she came up with – and…