Here’s a link to an interview I did with Omnivoracious – the Amazon.com book blog.
As I reported previously, the Polish edition of HATER – AMOK – is released by Amber tomorrow. I thought I’d give you a quick update on several other editions which are coming soon…
Finally, also on 1st August, an unabridged (9 hour!) audio book will be available from Blackstone Audio. More details as they become available!
Issue 282 of Fangoria contains a very positive review of HATER. For me this is extremely cool. Growing up in the horror-starved UK of the 1980’s (see this article if you’re not sure what I mean), Fango was a rare source of gore for my friends and I. So now, 20 years later (that makes me feel old!) it’s incredibly satisfying to see my work featured in the mag.
“Parceled out in lean, economical prose, Hater offers a slow-burn depiction of the modern world consumed by revulsion.”
HATER is featured on today’s edition of Mevio Men Today.
You can now listen to the first chapter of HATER, as read by Mark Yoshimoto Namcoff.
Huge thanks to Mark for this. Click on the following link to listen…
While I was originally writing HATER in 2006, I got talking to Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers of the band The Men They Couldn’t Hang. One thing led to another and the end result was that the entire band made a brutal and unforgettable appearance in chapter 4 of the book!
To celebrate the re-publication of HATER and the fact that The Men They Couldn’t Hang will shortly be releasing a new album (visit www.tmtch.net for news of an EP and a tour announcement), we’ve combined forces to run an exclusive competition. Click here (before 30 April) and answer a very simple question for a chance to win one of three copies of the UK hardback edition of HATER, signed by both me and Swill!
If you’re in London, try and pick up a copy of the new free magazine, LIBERATION FREQUENCY. With an initial run of 10,000 copies to be distributed through universities, music stores, clothing & fashion outlets, over and underground stations and selected bars and restaurants, the double-ended magazine takes a refreshingly original approach to covering the arts scene. ‘Liberation’ covers Indie music, rock, comedy, books and graphic novels. Flip the magazine over and ‘Frequency’ focuses on soul, jazz and R&B.
I’m honoured that the publishers chose to feature HATER in their first issue, but that’s not the only reason I’m posting about the magazine here. Liberation Frequency demands your attention and it’s well worth hunting down a copy if you find yourself in London town!
Update: An extended version of my interview with LF is available here.
I’ve just heard that AMOK, the Polish edition of HATER, will be published by Amber in April 2009.
HATER has been given a great review in this month’s RUE MORGUE magazine. “Moody knows how to temper tension to maximum effect and punctuates it with enough nerve-wracking brutality that you’ll be looking over your shoulder for a week after reading it.”
And, you’ll be glad to hear, there are no photos of me in this one!