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ZAGAVA MMXVI

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.

When I start real-time reviewing this book, probably in November, my comments will appear in the thought stream below….

UNCERTAINTIES Vols. I & II

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Edited by Brian J. Showers MMXVI

One Foreword by John Connolly

My previous reviews of SWAN RIVER PRESS books are linked from HERE.

Stories by John Reppion, Derek John, Martin Hayes, Robert Neilson, John Kenny, Reggie Chamberlain-King, Maura McHugh, Sarah LeFanu, Timothy J. Jarvis, Mark Valentine, Lynda E. Rucker, Peter Bell, R.B. Russell, John Howard, Steve Duffy, Emma Darwin, Rosalie Parker, Steve Rasnic Tem, Mat Joiner, Helen Grant, Mark Samuels, Gary McMahon, Adam Golaski, V.H. Leslie, Reggie Oliver.

When I review these anthologies, my comments will appear in the thought stream below….

 

SOL ILO QUY FOR PAN

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SOLILOQUY FOR PAN – Edited by Mark Beech

Egaeus Press MMXV

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A real-time review by Des Lewis

I have just received this book as purchased from the publisher.

Anthology: Stories and Artwork

A distressed book to die for. Holding it is believing.

I intend to real-time review this book and, when I do, you will be able to find it in the thought stream below or by clicking on this post’s title above.

a.c. benson, adrian eckersley, bethany van rijswijk, charles schneider, colin insole, d.p. watt, diane champigny, dion fortune, harry fitzgerald, henry woodd nevinson, ivar campbell, john gale, john howard, jonathan wood, lord dunsany, lynda e. rucker, mark valentine, martin jones, nick freeman, nina antonia, r.b. russell, reggie oliver, robert frost, robert louis stevenson, rosanne rabinowitz, sheryl humphrey, stephen j. clark.