2018 – Book One: The Hotwells Horror & Other Stories


David J Rodger was a Bristol based author that I did my first BristolCon Fringe with. When he sadly passed away we were planning an anthology of mine, his and Thomas David Parker’s work. When he died I mooted the idea at his funeral that myself and Tom should carry on and do a book in his honour. This is that book (it wouldn’t have happened without a new third member – Chris Halliday).

The book pays tribute to the memory and talent of David, presenting a number of his short stories alongside new stories by friends and admirers, tales we believe would have raised a crooked smile.

All proceeds from the sale of the book go to Mind

Bristol Mind aims to promote a positive view of mental health and provide services that are accessible, relevant and empowering to the people using them. Our services aim to contribute to mental and emotional wellbeing and to reduce stigma and discrimination.

There will be a book launch on Saturday 13th January at the Golden Guinea and I hope to see you there. If you’re on Facebook let us know youre coming here

If you aren’t in Bristol, or can’t make it you can buy an eBook on Amazon. The paperback will be for sale there very soon too.

Published by suttope

Pete W Sutton is a writer and editor. His two short story collections – A Tiding of Magpies and The Museum for Forgetting – were shortlisted for Best Collection in the British Fantasy Awards in 2017 & 2022 respectively. His novel – Seven Deadly Swords – was published by Grimbold Books. He has edited several short story anthologies and is the editor for the British Fantasy Society Horizons fiction magazine.

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