Blog Tour and Interview: Rebecca Jones-Howe
Posted on May 12, 2021 Leave a Comment
Rebecca and I go WAY back, some 17 years or so to The Cult, LitReactor, and, Write Club—three forums and workshops where we hung out and honed our craft. I’ve published her work in quite a few places—her Vile Men collection of stories at Dark House Press, “Cat Calls” in the Exigencies anthology, and then […]
Resigning as Editor-in-Chief of Dark House Press
Posted on February 5, 2017 Leave a Comment
I just wanted to let you all know that effective immediately I have resigned as Editor-in-Chief of Dark House Press. I’m grateful to the opportunities that Victor gave me, and the support I got from Naomi, Catherine, Alban, and Jacob, but it’s time for me to move on. I was honored to work on […]
Auctioning Off a Complete Set of Dark House Press Books!
Posted on February 3, 2017 Leave a Comment
Bibliophiles! Here is the entire Dark House Press Catalog! Publishing neo-noir, speculative fiction with a literary bent, this micro-press is represented here at the low initial bid of $40. That’s more than 50% off the retail price of $128.60. Includes: The New Black, edited by Richard Thomas (signed) After the People Lights Have Gone Off, by […]
Exigencies is Nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award!
Posted on May 3, 2016 4 Comments
Honored to announce that Exigencies has been nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award. This is the first Dark House Press anthology of entirely new fiction, so it means a lot. ALSO, Letitia Trent has been nominated for her story, “Wilderness,” which kicks off this book. (That excellent story was also selected for Best Horror of […]
Gamut is over $40,000! Huge new add-on today.
Posted on February 26, 2016 1 Comment
We’re over $40,000! Wow. Thank you all for spreading the word, pledging, and upgrading, it’s been so exciting to watch us get closer and closer to our goal. Only five days left to get to $52,000. I know we can do it. Here’s one way that may help—it’s a small amount of money, for a […]
Day Three Update: Gamut over $8,000.
Posted on February 4, 2016 Leave a Comment
Day three and we have over 150 backers, raising over $8,000 to date. Are you in yet? I need your support to get to that lofty goal of $52,000—I can’t do it alone. New rewards added today include poetry editing packages, and a subscription + Dark House Press titles. I hope you’ll be a part […]
Exigencies, which I edited for Dark House Press, is out NOW!
Posted on June 2, 2015 Leave a Comment
Edited by Richard Thomas, Foreword by Chuck Wendig, cover art by Daniele Serra, and interior illustrations by Luke Spooner. Includes “Wilderness” by Letitia Trent, “Monster Season” by Joshua Blair,“Cat Calls” by Rebecca Jones-Howe, “Ceremony of the White Dog” by Kevin Catalano, “The Armadillo” by Heather Foster, “The Last Manuscript” by Usman T. Malik, “Single Lens […]
Curbside Splendor and Dark House Press named “Best Indie Book Publisher” by Chicago Magazine
Posted on August 9, 2014 2 Comments
In case you missed it, Curbside Splendor (and Dark House Press, which I run) were just named Chicago Magazine’s, “Best Indie Book Publisher.” Great article in the magazine, and online. Our three titles for the year, THE NEW BLACK, which I edited, ECHO LAKE by Letitia Trent, and AFTER THE PEOPLE LIGHTS HAVE GONE […]
The New Black (Dark House Press) releases TODAY!
Posted on May 13, 2014 2 Comments
Today is the official release date of THE NEW BLACK! This neo-noir anthology is the first I’ve ever edited and it’s also the first Dark House Press title. I’m honored that so many gifted authors were willing to be a part of this book. I can’t thank them enough for taking the time, and for […]
Book Covers: Work Edited and/or Published by Richard Thomas
Posted on January 31, 2014 Leave a Comment
I wanted to start a list of the beautiful book covers that I’ve either edited or published or both. I hope you enjoy the art and if you want more information, I’ve included links to Amazon, for those books that are already on the website. They are in reverse chronological order. UPDATED: July, 2016 Scratch […]