An interview with the editor of Black Infinity conducted by Matt Cowan of Horror Delve:

Horror Delve

Tom English is a man of many talents. Alongside working his full time job as a chemist, he’s also an editor, writes his own uncanny tales, and is the publisher of Dead Letter Press (where he published my first short story, “The Collective of Blaque Reach”). He also shares my love of classic horror fiction, although my knowledge on the subject pales in comparison to his. I often think about how terrific it would be to assemble a group of horror literature experts around a table beside a crackling fire discussing the subject. Tom is one of the people I envision holding a prime seat at this table, aside Ramsey Campbell, David T. Wilbanks and a few others. Recently I’ve had the honor of working with Tom again, as he’s chosen me to pen a movie review column for his newest endeavor Dark Infinity, a journal of weird science…

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Author: Tom English

Tom English is an environmental chemist who loves reading comics, watching movies, and writing stories of the fantastic. His work has appeared in Weirdbook, Black Infinity, All Hallows and several print anthologies including Haunted House Stories And Detective Thrillers Short Stories (both from Flame Tree Publishing) Gaslight Arcanum: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes (Edge), Challenger Unbound (KnightWatch), and Dead Souls. His non-fiction books include Diet for Dreamers and The Heart of an Angel , written with his wife, Wilma Espaillat English. Tom also edited the mammoth Bound for Evil: Curious Tales of Books Gone Bad, which was a 2008 Shirley Jackson Award finalist for best anthology. He resides with Wilma, surrounded by books and beasts, deep in the woods of New Kent, Virginia.

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