The Third Alternative #5


Review by Jenny Barber The current issue of The Third Alternative is the most powerful yet. For instance, The Ties that Blind by Mike O’Driscoll is a double-whammy. As [...]

The Adventures of Brin #1–3


Review by Jenny Barber The Adventures of Brin is the name of a new(ish) comic-type zine produced by an imaginative chap called Tim Brown. Fortunately enough, I was lucky [...]

Premonitions #4


Reviewed by Jenny Barber Out of everything reviewed this time, one zine tends to stick out above the others. Premonitions. Hurrah, I thought, looking at the cover, a sci-fi [...]

Ramsey’s Rant: Censorship


By Ramsey Campbell I admit it: I failed. In my latest novel, The One Safe Place, I tried to parody some of the excesses of censorship, but reality has outstripped what I [...]

Beyond #1


Review by David J. Howe This is an impressive debut. David Riley has successfully managed to combine the work of some of the best critics and writers in the field, to come up [...]

Dark Asylum #1


Review by Jenny Barber Among Dark Asylum’s varied contents, is a story from the editor of some genre newsletter, although the name at the moment escapes me! Asylum is [...]

Hammer Horror #2


Review by David J. Howe I have for many years been a secret admirer of the Hammer films. In fact, the first horror film I ever saw was Hammer’s Taste the Blood of [...]

Happy World Book Day!


From Little Brown: “To celebrate the launch of our new horror writer, Christopher Ransom, we’re inviting UK & Ireland based horror scribes (aged 18+) to send [...]

IMPORTANT. Fantasycon contact address


Unfortunately, there seems to be a problem with the previously published email address for Fantasycon. In the interim, please use — and this [...]
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