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Introductions / Re: Hello BFS!
« Last post by Emma Rose on October 06, 2018, 12:14:56 pm »
Hi Hannah!

It been ages since I've been on here, so have just seen your message!

That's awesome that you have something published in Horizons! I have just moved and am yet to buy a bookcase (shocking I know haha!) so will have a look for your story once I unearth my copy from the boxes, whats it called?

I really enjoy writing short stories, I started out writing for theatre and my comfort zone there is 5-10 minute sketches - I enjoy a punchy format :) Biggest challenge I found is writing something that reads as a stand alone story, rather than something that reads as a chapter from something longer - know what I mean?

I have started writing my first full novel about 3 times over the past few years ...and am giving it a go again! 4th times the charm  ;)

TV and Film / Raymond E. Feist’s The Riftwar Saga Optioned for Television
« Last post by david_heath on September 25, 2018, 04:20:22 pm »

"BCDF Pictures is bringing Raymond E. Feist’s epic fantasy series The Riftwar Saga to television. Deadline reports that the production company, which has also optioned Marie Lu’s Legend, is working with Atomic Blonde screenwriter Kurt Johnstad to adapt Magician, the first book in the series, which is itself the first series of Feist’s The Riftwar Cycle."

Ask the Authors and Artists! / Re: Rhys Hughes
« Last post by rhysaurus on September 24, 2018, 03:16:04 pm »
To celebrate my birthday I am making the ebook of my book of cat stories and poems free for the next five days.

Just go to Amazon and download it for free!

Cats, cats and more cats!
Another very complimentary review of Rosemary Pardoe's "THE BLACK PILGRIMAGE & OTHER EXPLORATIONS: Essays on Supernatural Fiction" (ISBN 978-0-9572962-7-5) has been published in Rue Morgue magazine #184.

The reviewer Dejan Ognjanovic in part says,

"...scholarly in its treatment of a vast variety of sources and incisive in its penetrating understanding of James’ work. Perhaps the best essay in the book, about “The Black Pilgrimage” (a fictional esoteric concept invented by James in his story “Count Magnus”), enlightens with its unexpected but logical allusions to the occult works of Aleister Crowley, Jack Parsons and others".

The book is available from all the usual outlets or direct from the publisher at:
Ask the Authors and Artists! / Re: Rhys Hughes
« Last post by rhysaurus on September 12, 2018, 01:25:43 pm »
For the next five days only my collection of flash fiction FLASH IN THE PANTHEON is available for free on Kindle.

Published four years ago, it features 123 stories, the longest of which is 999 words and the shortest only six words long.

Download it for FREE from Amazon here

Calls for Submissions / Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #64, deadline October 31, 2018
« Last post by Rolnikov on September 11, 2018, 01:33:20 pm »
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #64 has re-opened for submissions till the end of October 2018. The rescheduled issue is now due out in December. Guidelines here:

No payment offered, I'm afraid; it's an amateur non-profit magazine that we give away for free.
Promote Your Projects / Re: Theaker's Quarterly Fiction
« Last post by Rolnikov on September 10, 2018, 01:19:50 pm »
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #63 is now available, as a free download or a very cheap paperback. This is a very special issue, an anthology guest edited by Douglas J. Ogurek: Unsplatterpunk! 2.

It includes the stories “First Kiss” by Drew Tapley, “The Villainy of Solitude” by Triffooper Saxelbax, “Convention Hitler!” by Hugh Alsin, “The Music of Zeddy Graves” by me, “Gunkectomy” by Douglas J. Ogurek, “The Tapestry of Roubaix” by Howard Phillips and “The Bones of Old England” by M.S. Swift, plus the usual selection of reviews and a wraparound cover by Howard Watts.

After a bit of a delay, TQF62 is now available in ebook and print too.
Promote Your Projects / James Wade's Arkham House book that never was...
« Last post by David A. Sutton on September 03, 2018, 12:37:14 pm »
Fans of August Derleth and Arkham House may be interested in an Arkham House book that never was… James Wade (1930-1983) proposed a collection of his stories for AH (Derleth had already published some of the author’s stories and poems in anthologies). There was a Foreword written by Fritz Leiber.

Now, much expanded from that original concept, “Such Things May Be: Collected Writings” has been put together by editor Edward P. Berglund. Published by Shadow Publishing, this major retrospective contains 25 short stories, over 20 poems and more than 30 essays and reviews in this major retrospective of the author. Included are tales from Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos: The Deep Ones, A Darker Shadow Over Innsmouth, The Silence of Erika Zann; darkly 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.

A very good review of the James Wade collection, by Mario Guslandi, has been posted on the SFRevu website.

"In short, an exhaustive and long due homage to an unjustly forgotten author in the field of dark fiction".
Introductions / Re: Hello
« Last post by Grum on September 02, 2018, 04:28:58 pm »
*waves back*
Introductions / Re: Good day to you all...
« Last post by Grum on September 02, 2018, 04:28:14 pm »
Hi to Cheryl and Djibril
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