Noted horror instigator Matthew M. Bartlett and beloved picture drawer Yves Tourigny have been hinting at a collaboration. Today the rumors were confirmed when Yves posted a deranged pandemonium of Bartlett-inspired snowflakes adorned with pigs, radios, and inverted crosses: And Bartlett himself writes on his Facebook page (lightly edited): Katie usually reads and helps edit my […]Read more "Suspicious Collusion Betwixt Tourigny and Bartlett Occuring Even as We Whisper This to You via the Radio"
Mr. Matthew M. Bartlett, of whom we have spoken of in hushed tones before, has recently had the honor of being included by editor Nick Mamatas in StoryBundle’s “The Lovecraft Bundle”. The idea is roughly this: you get six quality weird horror books for any price you choose (starting at $5.00), and you choose how […]Read more "A Bundle of Stories, a Bindle of Needles"
Bartlett’s story “Night Dog” has been published online at the Conqueror Weird for your perusal. One might insert a link on the word here, but I’m not going to do that.Read more "“Night Dog” Published on the Conqueror Weird"
(image by Yves Tourigny)Read more "Merry Christmas from WXXT"
Talented writer Mr. Scott Nicolay has interviewed writer Matthew M. Bartlett for the Outer Dark (presented by This is Horror). Topics include Ben Stockton, Dead Air, Dunhams Manor Press, S.J. Bagley, the FCC, Gateways to Abomination, terrible self-published covers, Dim Shores, dangerous young blood, Yves Tourigny at the window, Anne Gare, debauched gatherings in the forest, college radio, New […]Read more "Matthew M. Bartlett on the Outer Dark"
Well, Bartlett’s new Dead Air comes out tomorrow, so we decided that we might give you a little taster. Click here for a broadcast from WXXT. Illustration by Yves TourignyRead more "“Dead Air” Preview"
The image above is a mockup of the front and back cover of the forthcoming Dead Air, a remix (if you will) of Bartlett’s now out-of-print first collection. This edition will feature the unpublished material of Dead Air, certain pieces that appeared in Gateways to Abomination and Creeping Waves, and entirely new material. The cover art is by Brendan O’Connell, […]Read more "“Dead Air” Specifications"