LUNA PRESS 2019
Introduction by Priya Sharma
My previous reviews of Stephen Bacon: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/stephen-bacon/
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An Anthology of Uncanny Stories About Birds
TWO RAVENS PRESS LTD 2011
My previous reviews of Nicholas Royle books HERE
Stories by Adam Marek, Claire Massey, Bruce Gilbert, Anna Kavan, Emma Jane Unsworth, Joel Lane, Alison Moore, Russell Hoban, Elizabeth Stott, Tom Fletcher, Regi Claire, Jack Trevor Story, Neil Campbell, David Rose, Deborah Kermode, Mark Valentine, Bill Broady, Juliet West, Conrad Williams, Adèle Geras, Socrates Adams-Florou, RB Russell, Nicholas Royle, Marc Werner, GA Pickin, Michael Kelly, Geeta Roopnarine, Stephen Bacon, Laura Ellen Joyce, Daphne du Maurier.
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DARK MINDS PRESS 2017
James Everington & Dan Howarth
I KNOW WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE
IN THE MARROW
WHO IS THAT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF YOU?
Timothy J Jarvis
WHAT’S YOURS IS MINE
OTHER PEOPLE’S DREAMS
HOLD MY HAND AND I’LL TAKE YOU THERE
Ralph Robert Moore
THE WRONG HOUSE
When I review this appetising anthology edited by Everington & Howarth, my thoughts will appear in the comment stream below….
Hersham Horror Books 2016
My previous reviews of Stephen Bacon HERE
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Just received my purchased copy of this book.
Edited by Peter Coleborn & Pauline E. Dungate
ALCHEMY PRESS 2016
Work by Allen Ashley, Simon Avery, Stephen Bacon, Simon Bestwick, James Brogden, Ramsey Campbell, Mike Chinn, Gary Couzens, Sarah Doyle, Jan Edwards, Paul Edwards, Liam Garriock, John Grant, Terry Grimwood, Andrew Hook, John Howard, Ian Hunter, Tom Johnstone, Mat Joiner, Tim Lebbon, Alison Littlewood, Simon MacCulloch, Gary McMahon, David Mathew, Adam Millard, Chris Morgan, Pauline Morgan, Thana Niveau, Marion Pitman, John Llewellyn Probert, Rosanne Rabinowitz, Nicholas Royle, Lynda E. Rucker, Steve Savile, David A. Sutton, Steve Rasnic Tem, Mark Valentine, Joe X. Young.
My long-term on-going page for Joel HERE.
Hopefully as amends for not being involved, for whatever reason, in this book, I intend to carry out a real-time review of it in the comment stream below…
Fiction by Jeffrey Thomas, Stephen Bacon, Steven J. Dines, Andrew Hook, Cate Gardner.
My previous reviews of the fiction in TTA Press publications HERE.
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Another review from the reviewer living in Clacton-on-Sea:
Horror Uncut: Tales of Social Insecurity and Economic Unease
Edited by Joel Lane and Tom Johnstone
Gray Friar Press 2014
I have just received my purchased copy of this book, including stories by Joel Lane, Simon Bestwick, Priya Sharma, John Llewellyn Probert, Stephen Hampton, Gary McMahon, Anna Taborska, John Howard, Laura Mauro, Stephen Bacon, David Williamson, Rosanne Rabinowitz, John Forth, David Turnbull, Alison Littlewood, Andrew Hook, Thana Niveau.
My previous reviews of Gray Friar Press books linked from HERE.
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Stories by Melanie Tem, Simon Avery, Stephen Volk, Antony Mann, Janice Law, Joel Lane, Stephen Bacon, Tim Lees, James Cooper, Christopher Priest, Danny Rhodes, Steven J. Dines, Ray Cluley and Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
Paperback: 240 pages. Received as part of my subscription.
“Books I’m led to by other books, strings of books, excitation nodes.” – Melanie Tem
My previous TTA Press reviews: HERE.
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BLACK STATIC #36 (Sep-Oct 2013)
My GRTR of the fiction in this magazine that I received as a result of my subscription to TTA Press.
My previous Black Static reviews are linked from HERE.
The fiction in this issue is written by Jacob A. Boyd, Stephen Bacon, Tim Waggoner, Christopher Fowler, V.H. Leslie, Ray Cluley.
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