EIBONVALE PRESS 2017
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I happen luckily to have reviewed three novels in the last few weeks that I believe deserve to become standard classic books of literature on every future bookshelf – in order of reading…
OOTHANGBART by Rebecca Lloyd
UBO by Steve Rasnic Tem
CLARK by Brendan Connell
Stories by Reggie Oliver, Jonathan Wood, B. Catling, Avalon Brantley, Daniel Mills, Brendan Connell, Andrew Condous, Martin Hayes, Ray Russell, Colin Insole, Mark Valentine, D.P. Watt, Damian Murphy, Michael Siefner, Paul Wallfisch, Ron Weighell, Chris Mikul, Richard Gavin, Thomas Phillips, Carl Abrahamsson, Andrew Liles, Supervert, Charles Schneider, Thomas Stromsholt, Timothy Jarvis, Alcebiades Diniz Miguel.
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MARKED TO DIE
A Tribute to Mark Samuels
SNUGGLY BOOKS 2016
Edited by Justin Isis
With 450 pages, the biggest multi-authored book of new Weird Fiction in the 21st Century.
Table of Contents:
The Shadowy Companion, foreword by Mark Valentine
Rapture, Reggie Oliver
The Golden Dustmen, Colin Insole
Canticle, Daniel Mills
White Light, White Heat, Adam Nevill
The Black Mass, Justin Isis
The Big-Headed People, DF Lewis
Attraction, John Mundy
The Early Signs of Blight, Kristine Ong Muslim
Chaoskampf, James Champagne
A Bad Un to Beat vs. The High Gate Waterman:
It’s All About the Benjamins, Brendan Connell and Quentin S. Crisp
Language of the City, Thana Niveau
The Singular Quiddity of Merlin’s Ear, Simon Clark
The Carnivore of Monsters, Stuart Young
The Men With Paper Faces, John L. Probert
Empty Houses, Ralph C. Doege
Reinformation Theory, Yarrow Paisley
Prison Inquieta, Jon Paul Rai
Slag Glass Lachrimæ, David Rix
Also a book where I break my 17 year old non-submission fast for the fifth time by having a new story published here.
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A SNUGGLY BOOKS book by BRENDAN CONNELL (2015)
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Just received this book as purchased from its publisher.
CANNIBALS OF WEST PAPUA by Brendan Connell
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My previous reviews of books published by Zagava HERE
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From the comic to the shocking, from the refined to the visceral, and blurring the boundaries between all four – Unpleasant Tales is a remarkable new collection of some of Brendan Connell’s darkest stories. Drenched in gluttony and decadence and with a scope stretching from the depravity of rulers in ancient Greece and Renaissance Spain, to phantasmagorical body alteration in Zürich and New York, these are supremely refined and elegant, creepily intelligent and, of course, exquisitely unpleasant stories that pack a tremendous punch, both individually and collectively. Stories that will not easily be forgotten.
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“Unpleasant Tales by Brendan Connell” it was published by Eibonvale Press.
It features 22 stories.
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THE GALAXY CLUB by Brendan Connell
Chômu Press (2014)
My previous real-time reviews of this publisher’s books are linked from HERE
Previous real-time review of a book by this author: The Life of Polycrates & Other Stories for Antiquated ChildrenThe author also had three stories published a few years ago in various editions of ‘Nemonymous’.
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