Barry Reese

Pulp Writer Extraordinaire

Most of the villains in my pulp adventure universe are of the done-in-one variety: they pop up, bedevil our hero and then get killed. The Warlike Manchu, Doctor Satan and Princess Femi are probably the biggest exceptions to that rule. But what about the deadly Doctor York? Why doesn’t this bad guy get the credit …

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I’m over 35,000 words into the final Gravedigger novel and I hope to finish it before the end of November. This one is going very well but it’s bittersweet… a few characters die and we get to see a number of mysteries explained in full. Given the nature of the Gravedigger legacy, there are still …

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Things are very busy around here so let’s give a run-down on what’s happening: The Peregrine Omnibus series is continuing with the release of the third volume. I’ve already approved the galleys so it should be out soon! My Ki-Gor stories that were originally published years ago by Wild Cat Books will be re-released in …

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That’s a good question! I just sent off a mummy story that hopefully will appear in Flinch Books’ RESTLESS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF MUMMY HORROR, an anthology that will also feature work by John Bruening, Sam Gafford, Teel James Glenn, Nancy Hansen and Duane Spurlock. It was an honor to be asked to contribute. I’ve started …

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