Told At Dusk, Remembered At Dawn
Award winning author of novels, short stories, scripts for screen and stage Laurence Staig has just had a new collection of short stories published: “Told at Dusk, Remembered at Dawn.” Best known as a writer of thrillers, mystery and Horror this new collection contains 16 uncollected stories and a novella “The Darkness at Taskerlands.
It is his first new book since his Supernatural Thriller “The Companion” was published a few years ago, when he lived near Bury St Edmunds. Since then he has moved to a house in Overstrand, thus becoming another local artist who lives in Poppyland.
The stories are a strange mixture of humour and the grotesque: a room with terrible secrets in its walls: a drug that will blow more than just your mind: an art installation to die for: a supermarket poltergeist with an eye for fashion. Sixteen short stories and one novella from a master of the strange, the unusual, the downright unsettling.
Stephen Jones, World Fantasy Award-winning writer and editor recently wrote of his work:
Laurence Staig is one of the great unsung heroes of British horror and fantasy fiction.
Told at Dusk, Remembered at Dawn is published by The Brooligan Press and is available on Amazon as a Kindle and paperback
Journalist, author, broadcaster, obituary writer, expert on Spaghetti Westerns and festival organiser, Laurence Staig has many strings to his bow. He now lives in Overstrand and is very supportive of Poppyland Community Radio.