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Title: Shadow Publishing News
Post by: David A. Sutton on November 23, 2017, 11:51:05 am
SHADOW PUBLSHING is pleased to announce that we have three new cover images by Peter Coleborn, for the 2nd editions of Tales of the Grotesque: A Collection of Uneasy Tales, by L. A. Lewis, The Female of the Species & Other Tales of Terror, by Richard Davis and Creeping Crawlers, edited by Allen Ashley

There's a special discount offer if you order all three. (

“L. A. Lewis undoubtedly earns a high place among the best masters of supernatural and macabre literature that Britain has ever produced”. (Richard Dalby)

The eleven stories featured in The Female of the Species portray a writer well trained in the genre’s canons and literary tricks, providing many entertaining and pleasantly disquieting, shivering moments to the reader". (Mario Guslandi)

Editor Allen Ashley has a pleasing mix of new talent and the “usual suspects” in his line-up for CREEPING CRAWLERS, including several writers whose work will be familiar to readers from the pages of Black Static... in a story that starts slow and minatory, with Cole ('Running With The Tide') constantly raising the stakes until something both horrific and awe inspiring arises from the deep (Peter Tennant - Black Static magazine).
Title: Re: Shadow Publishing News
Post by: David A. Sutton on January 16, 2018, 12:52:53 pm
Edited & with an introduction by Edward P. Berglund. Foreword by Fritz Leiber. Cover art by Jim Pitts

Publication date: 31st January 2018. ISBN 978-0-9572962-6-8. (520 pp, £14.99)

Such Things May Be, by James Wade, collects a number of the author's genre short stories, poetry, non-fiction and non-genre work from the 1960s onwards. Edited by Edward P. Berglund, the book will have James Wade's introduction to the original collection plus Fritz Leiber's Foreword (This is the Arkham House book that never was, but with much additional material).

Tales from Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos: ‘The Deep Ones’, ‘A Darker Shadow Over Innsmouth’, ‘The Silence of Erika Zann’. Supernatural terror from the Midwest: ‘The Nightingale Floors’, ‘The Pursuer’, ‘The Elevator’, ‘Snow in the City’. Weird tales set in Korea: ‘The Temple of the Fox’, ‘Time After Time’. And many other short stories and poetry, plus many essays and reviews of weird fiction. 25 short stories, over 20 poems and more than 30 essays and reviews in this major retrospective of the author.

After army service James Wade (1930-1983) settled in Korea and he wrote widely on music for a variety of periodicals. His symphonic and chamber music has been performed in many countries, and he completed an opera based on Richard E. Kim's best-selling novel of the Korean War, "The Martyred". He wrote a column for The Korea Times and his work has been anthologised by such noted editors as August Derleth, Ramsey Campbell, Stuart David Schiff and Herbert Val Thal. ( (