Garth Marenghi's Incarcerat: Volume 2 of his TERRORTOME the SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
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Garth Marenghi is a spoof pulp horror author; his act and his works are considered a parody of the horror genre.   The name "Garth Marenghi" is an anagram of the phrase "argh nightmare." In this second novel of interconnected mini-novels, INCARCERAT, Steen is abducted and imprisoned at Nulltec, a shadowy technological research facility hidden deep among the Stalkford downs. There, he is tested and interfered with by a team of scientific experts determined to nullify his escaping imagination. Gardner, Lyn (24 August 2000). "Garth Marenghi's Fright Knight". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Limited . Retrieved 14 January 2008.
a b c d Lee, Veronica (21 October 2001). "Garth Marenghi: An audience with the Shakespeare of our time". The Independent. Independent News and Media Limited . Retrieved 14 January 2008. [ dead link] Garth Marenghi's Incarcerat will tour through to March 2024, concluding with a date at the London Palladium. Goggins, Joe (11 April 2023). "Garth Marenghi announces new novel and UK book tour". Rolling Stone UK.
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Incarcerat continues Holness’ revival of a character who was first taken to the hearts of cult comedy fans over two decades ago, first with the stage shows Garth Marenghi’s Fright Knight and Garth Marenghi’s Netherhead and then with the television series Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace. Now, Marenghi appears imbued with a new sense of urgency about his work, as he explained to Rolling Stone UKlast year.“I only have 15 or so years left on this planet. Twenty, if I give up red meat, but that’s not an option,” he says. “I have no time for lesser minds and what they deem ‘work.’” Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2000 – The Perrier Comedy Awards 2000". EdinburghGuide.com. August 2000. Archived from the original on 12 February 2008 . Retrieved 9 January 2008. Publishers Hodder & Stoughton have also bought the rights to a third book, to be released at a later date.The publication of INCARCERAT is scheduled for 31st October 2023, and the book tour will follow shortly after. Garth Marenghi is the pseudonym of writer and director Matthew Holness, who is best known for his role as the fictional horror author in the cult Channel 4 comedy series Garth Marenghi's Darkplace. Holness is the author of many short stories for horror anthologies and has written and directed several films, including the horror feature Possum.