Tartarus Press

Strange Tales III, ed. Rosalie Parker

July 7, 2010

Review by Nathaniel Tapley It’s difficult not to judge a book from Tartarus Press by its cover. Heavy and beautiful, you feel you should be in front of an open fire, [...]

Bloody Baudelaire, by R.B. Russell

July 3, 2010

Reviewed by Matt Johns This slim but beautifully bound tome is a bit of an oddity. Part supernatural chiller, part what feels like 1920s society observation, it tells the [...]

The Purple Cloud, by M.P. Shiel

March 1, 2009

Reviewed by Jeff Gardiner Tartarus Press have done us all a favour by reprinting Shiel’s acknowledged fin-de-siecle masterpiece The Purple Cloud (1901). This [...]

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 [...]
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