In 2011, Salomé Jones was a graduate student in London. She fell in love with the beautiful red telephone boxes she saw around the city. To her they were a place of magic. So she wrote a story set in and around one and put it up on her website, inviting writers to send in […]
Here at Ghostwoods, we’re constantly busy trying to get new books ready for you to read. Which means the only news takes place at publication time. During the breaks while we’re acquiring, editing, laying out and covering books, well… nothing much appears to be happening. To make your visit to our site more enjoyable, we’ve […]
A story from our recent anthology, Cthulhu Lies Dreaming: Twenty-three Tales of the Weird and Cosmic We haven’t decided whether to produce an audio book for the entire book. We make these decisions depending on sales. But this is what it would be like. Let us know what you think! Print and ebook are available […]
by Tim Dedopulos, Managing Director of GWDBooks As you may know, I run a Ghostwoods Books. Even in this new, rapidly-changing publishing environment, I believe that writers need publishers. I’m primarily a writer myself, after all. So Ghostwoods Books was set up with the idea of being the sort of publishing company I would want […]
UPDATE: And the winner is… Mike Maguire. Mike will receive a paperback copy of Cthulhu Lies Dreaming and some coffee from the Coffee Shop of Horrors. Be sure and enter next time for your chance to win. Several months ago, we did our first coffee and a book giveaway. The winner, Ralph Pullins, submitted […]
Out on February 25th is Cthulhu Lies Dreaming, the next anthology in a series begun in 2014 with Cthulhu Lives! GWD: What’s the role of an editor in an anthology? SJ: Well, I can only answer for myself, but I believe this is probably mostly true for other anthology editors. First, it’s the role of […]
Interviews with authors, 30-31 January, 2016
Most people who buy books believe they’re supporting the authors they love. And they are. But just how much of a book’s price goes to the author?
The fetching cover for Marion Grace Woolley’s Those Rosy Hours at Mazandaran sprang from a collaborative effort between designer Gábor Csigás and editor Salomé Jones, with the help of two photographers and a renaissance painter. Salomé tells the story here.