Tuesday, 15 September 2015

I cut my writing teeth in the small press back in the 1980s. One publication in particular was Peeping Tom, an indie mag that gave budding horror/sci fi writers a platform. I also did a lot of the artwork for it too, back in the day before digital photomanipulation. A new anthology, The Dark Heart of Peeping Tom, is now available on Amazon, and features some of those raw horror stories. Mine included. The Odalisque was inspired by my visit to the Imperial Harem at the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. Set in the reign of Ibrahim the Mad in 1648, it tells the tale of a murderous concubine and the vile controlling evil of Sol, the Chief Black Eunuch. I also did the cover artwork for this book.

Dark Heart of Peeping Tom

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