Publications

Alison, by Andrew Humphrey

March 4, 2009

Reviewed by Jim Steel The way we live now. We have our friends. We’ve known them long enough to know that they’ve got flaws, but they’re the only friends [...]

Gud Magazine #2

March 4, 2009

Reviewed by Steven Pirie It’s marketed as a magazine, but the print edition of GUD, with no editorial, 190 pages in all and being the size of a paperback novel, looks [...]

SOLARIS: For Sale

March 3, 2009

Solaris, the Fantasy and Science Fiction imprint of Games Workshop has been put up for sale.  All books scheduled between now and early 2010 are to be published as [...]

FantasyCon: a Short History

March 3, 2009

There are those who would insist that FantasyCon is the BFS. A sweeping statement, which is open to debate, but certainly it has always been a very important part of the [...]

Out Of Mind, by Sam Hayes

March 1, 2009

Reviewed by Steve Dean This novel isn’t genre fiction in any way, although there is some exploration of the boundaries between reality and imagination, nor is it the [...]

Miss Hargreaves, by Frank Baker

March 1, 2009

Reviewed by Jeff Gardiner This is a repackaging of a novel first published in 1940 by lesser-known author Frank Baker. To be honest it’s a disappointment and [...]

Moon Beaver, by Andrew Hook

March 1, 2009

Reviewed by Nels Stanley This is the new novel from Elastic Press impresario and British small press mainstay Andrew Hook, a man who puts the ‘What the f**k was [...]
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