If you’ve read any good horror anthologies over the last few years, chances are you’ve read some of British author Phil Sloman’s work.  The man’s more prolific than jack-o’ lanterns are at Halloween.  Known predominantly for his short stories (at the moment at least), Sloman has become a veritable master at producing unsettling tales of terror that often deal with a slipping state of sanity.

With an impressive number of tales soon to be published, as well as a few other pieces currently in the pipeline, what better time to catch up with the man behind the words, to find out where he gets his terrifying ideas from, how he approaches his writing, and what his thoughts on the current world of horror.

Possibly one of the most thorough and in-depth interviews to appear on DLS Reviews to date, click here to see what the master scribbler of slipping sanity has to say…