Initially, this feature was going to be called Deserted Graveyard Reads, the reason for this was that I simply reworked the idea initially set up by Roy Plomley for the long-running Desert Island Discs.
I want this to be a platform for EVERYONE within the horror community; authors, publishers, bloggers, reviewers, actors, directors, artists. I could go on, if you work in the genre then you are more than welcome to apply for the job.
For the sake of Twitter characters and in looking for something a little more punchy, I’ve now decided to call this feature The Graveyard Shift. (#GraveyardShift)
The rules are quite simple…
You are invited to imagine yourselves as warden for an old graveyard, and choose eight books, preferably horror/dark genre, to take with you to cover your shift; here you can discuss why you chose the books.
As well as the books, wardens are allowed one song/album to listen to. Again, an explanation for this choice is required.
You must also discuss one luxury item you can bring, which must be inanimate and not allow communication.
If you’d like to take part in The Graveyard Shift then please submit an application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kendall Reviews Cemetery Warden Roll Call
3rd February – Stephen Volk
10th February – Catherine Cavendish
17th February – Fiona Dodwell
25th February – Pamela Morris
2nd March – Matthew R. Davis
9th March – Ross Jeffery
16th March – John F. Leonard
30th March – Mark Anthony Smith
6th April – Steve Stred
13th April – Madeleine Swann
14th April – Tim Lebbon
20th April – Ramsey Campbell
27th April – Dean M. Drinkel
4th May – J.A. Sullivan