Malcolm Devlin – Georgina Bruce
My previous reviews of TTA PRESS publications: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/tta-press-interzone-black-static/
Covfefe permitting, my reviews of these novellas will appear in the comment stream below…
TTA PRESS May – Jun 2019
My previous reviews of this publisher: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/tta-press-interzone-black-static/
Stories by James Warner, Kai Hudson, Andy Dudak, Malcolm Devlin, Matt Thompson, Georgina Bruce, Rebecca Campbell.
When I read the fiction in this magazine, my thoughts will appear in the comment stream below…
TTA PRESS 2018
Fiction by Erica L. Satifka, Steven J. Dines, Malcolm Devlin, Abi Hynes, Leo Vladimirsky.
When I read this fiction, my thoughts will appear in the comment stream below…
My previous reviews of UNDERTOW PUBLICATIONS are linked from HERE
Edited by Helen Marshall and Michael Kelly
Stories by Aki Schilz, Katie Knoll, Jeffrey Ford, Irenosen Okojie, Sarah Tolmie, Dale Bailey, Usman T. Malik, Daisy Johnson, Octavia Cade, Sam J. Miller, Indrapramit Das, Johanna Sinisalo, Camilla Grudova, Gary Budden, Malcolm Devlin.
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“The Flower Unfolds” — Simon Strantzas
“A Place With Trees” — Rowley Amato
“What Little Boys Are Made Of” — Malcolm Devlin
“Grizzly” — M.K. Anderson
“Might Be Mordiford” — Charles Wilkinson
“Palankar” — Daniel Braum
“The Gestures Remain” — Christi Nogle
“House of Abjection” — David Peak
“The Undertow, and They That Dwell Therein” — Clint Smith
“Downward” — Amar Benchikha
“The Familiar” — Cory Cone
“Liquid Air” — Inna Effress
“The Beasts Are Sleep” — Adam Golaski
“The Witch House” — Jessica Phelps
“On the Edge of Utterance” — Stephen J. Clark
“Homeward Bound Now, Paulino” — Armel Dagorn
“The Affair” — James Everington
“When Dark-Eyed Ophelia Sings” — Rebecca J. Allred
“We, the Rescued” — John Howard
“Twenty Miles and Running” — Christian Riley
“Something You Leave Behind” — David Surface
“Young Bride” — Julia Rust
“The Other Side of the Hill” — M.R. Cosby
Edited by CM Muller
My review of Volume II HERE
I expect this to be delivered to me on 1 October 2017, but there shall be some delay before I real-time review it. When I do, my thoughts will appear in the comment stream below….
My previous review of TTA PRESS publications HERE
Stories by Jonathan L. Howard, Wayne Simmons, Nathan Hillstrom, Emily B. Cataneo, Christopher Mark Rose, Malcolm Devlin, Shauna O’Meara, Mark Morris, Helen Marshall, Joe Pitkin, Gwendolyn Kiste, Tim Casson.
When I real-time review the fiction in these two magazines, my thoughts will appear in the comment stream below…
An Anthology (around 300 pages) edited by Michael Kelly
Undertow Publications 2017
Previous reviews of this publisher HERE.
Stories by Brian Evenson, M. Rickert, V.H. Leslie, Rosalie Parker, Conrad Williams, Manish Melwani, Simon Strantzas, Steve Rasnic Tem, Robert Shearman, Malcolm Devlin, Robert Levy, Charles Wilkinson, Alison Moore, Rebecca Kuder, Christopher Slatsky, Laura Mauro, Michael Wehunt, Harmony Neal, Nicholas Royle.
My comments on each story will appear in the thought stream below…
Unsung Stories 2017
My previous reviews of Malcolm Devlin HERE
When I real-time review this collection, my comments will appear in the thought stream below…
NIGHTSCRIPT Volume Two
An Anthology of Strange & Darksome Tales
Edited by C.M. Muller
Chthonic Matter 2016
Stories by Michael Griffin, Kristi DeMeester, Christopher Slatsky, J.T. Glover, Eric J. Guignard, Malcolm Devlin, Gwendolyn Kiste, Ralph Robert Moore, Christopher Ropes, Steve Rasnic Tem, Jason A. Wyckoff, Gordon White, Nina Shephardson, Kurt Fawver, Rowley Amato, Charles Wilkinson, H.V. Chao, Daniel Mills, Rebecca J. Allred, Matthew M. Bartlett, José Cruz.
When I real-time review this book, my comments will appear in the thought stream below…
My previous reviews of INTERZONE and BLACK STATIC as published by TTA PRESS are linked from HERE.
Fiction by Tade Thompson, Georgina Bruce, Ray Cluley, Malcolm Devlin (X 2), Aliya Whiteley, Steven J Dines, Ralph Robert Moore, Julie C. Day…
I intend to review the above fiction during October and my comments will eventually appear in the thought stream below.