I’m Open to New Editing Clients

Just wanted to let you all know that I will have a little extra time this summer in case you have a novel that needs editing. Here are some of my past clients and projects—over 100 titles going back to 2013 (with many new titles being shopped right now). For more information on rates and terms, please head over to Storyville Studio. Thanks!

Books Edited by Richard Thomas

 

ANTHOLOGIES

  • Burnt Tongues – with Chuck Palahniuk and Dennis Widmyer, Medallion Books (Bram Stoker nominee, This is Horror, INDIEFAB and USA Books News Best winner for Best Anthology)
  • Exigencies – Dark House Press (Shirley Jackson nominee)
  • Lineup: 20 Provocative Women Writers, The – Black Lawrence Press
  • New Black, The – Dark House Press

COLLECTIONS

  • After the People Lights Have Gone Off by Stephen Graham Jones, Dark House Press (Bram Stoker and Shirley Jackson nominee, This is Horror winner for Best Collection)
  • Dead Reckoning by Dino Parenti, Crystal Lake Publishing
  • Vile Men by Rebecca Jones-Howe, Dark House Press

MAGAZINES

  • Gamut magazine, 12 issues, from 2016 to 2018

NON-FICTION

  • La Folie Forty by Thierry Tellier and Jennifer Jones, Baer Books Press

NOVELLAS

  • Federales by Christopher Irvin, Shotgun Honey
  • Beneath Ash and Bone by D. Alexander Ward, Necro Publications
  • Black Canyon by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books (Lou Allin Memorial Award winner)
  • Box of Bones by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books
  • Neighbors by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books
  • Rewind by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books
  • Run by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books
  • Six Bullets by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books

NOVELS

  • Alone on the Shield by Kirk Landers, Academy Chicago Publishers
  • Bald New World by Peter Tieryas, Perfect Edge Books
  • Bone Weaver’s Orchard, The by Sarah Read,  Trepidatio Publishing (Bram Stoker nominee)
  • Catacombs, The by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books (Australian Horror Writers Association Shadows Award and IPPY Bronze Medal/Horror winner)
  • Dublin by Eli Wilde and Anna DeVine, Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing
  • Echo Lake by Letitia Trent, Dark House Press
  • Greylock by Paula Cappa, Crispin Books (Chanticleer Book Award winner)
  • Helltown by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books
  • Island of the Dolls by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books (Foreword INDIES Horror Book of the Year Award Gold Medal winner)
  • Mind is a Razorblade, The by Max Booth III, Kraken Press
  • Milk-Blood by Mark Matthews, Wicked Run Press
  • Mjolnir by Brian James, CreateSpace
  • Neophyte by Eli Wilde and Anna DeVine, Matador Publishing
  • New America Utopia Calling by Jeremy Bates, Ghillinnein Books
  • Old Farmer’s Road by Isaiyan Morrison, CreateSpace
  • Paper Tigers by Damien Angelica Walters, Dark House Press
  • Ragnarok by Brian James, America Star Books
  • Ramblings of a Revenant, The by David Tromblay, CreateSpace
  • Robin Randle Stories, The by Wood Dickinson, CreateSpace
  • Scratch by Steve Himmer, Dark House Press
  • Seeking Redemption by Elizabeth Zguta, EZ Indie Publishing
  • Toxicity by Max Booth III, Post Mortem Press
  • Truth About the Moon and the Stars, The by Brian Jacobson, Montag Press
  • United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas, Angry Robot Books (Seiun Award for Best Translated Novel 2017)
  • Until Death by Kari Kilgore, Spiral Publishing

Mouths filled with words

Another success story from my writing classes! So exciting. Jonathan is doing such great work. Thanks for the kind words, brother. Onward and upward.

Jonathan Cosgrove

Stories are strange.

So, my story Mouths Filled with Seawater will be published at the start of next month (not, as I thought, next week) and since it’s my first big publication I thought I’d write something about it.

I reread the first draft just now and I honestly didn’t hate it. This is not to say that it’s perfect (can they ever be?) or that I had things down as they should be. But structurally there’s something solid about it.

In my memory the story came together quickly, written in the local library here in Dundalk, free-associating like a disgraced actor in a detective’s office – (question: is this how all stories are formed, consciously or not?) – from things that were in my immediate psychological and physical vicinity.

The setting is a shimmery, out-of-focus version of my hometown. The psychologist-type figure was named for my friend…

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