I'll try to post a more substantial review down the road, however here's a quick look at three books I've recently read.
Wine and Rank Poison by Allyson Bird is her sophomore collection and shows a maturation of style. Introduced by Joe Lansdale. Here's more: Wine and Rank Poison | Fangirltastic
Red Sky, a novel by Nate Southard. Gory and ultraviolent account of a botched bank robbery that leads into outer darkness. Will definitely please fans of The Hills Have Eyes and Predator. Southard says you can reserve copies of Red Sky through Thunderstorm Books.
The Journey to Kailash is a lovely collection of poetry by editor, author, and poet Mike Allen. I'll talk more about Allen in a later post. Most people are familiar with him as a poet and editor, and rightfully so. Nonetheless, his work in dark short fiction deserves wider acclaim. He was nominated for a Nebula for the story "The Button Bin" and another tale called "Her Acres of Pastoral Playground" was a standout in Darrell Schweitzer's Cthulhu's Reign anthology. He's got the goods to be a major name in the horror field.