Monthly Archives: November 2013

Song for a Saturday – Losing My Religion

I lost mine a long, long time ago. Advertisements

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Joel Lane – In Memory

For those who haven’t heard, writer Joel Lane passed away in his sleep Monday night. He was fifty years old. I’m not going to write a tribute. I never met Joel, and didn’t correspond with him very much, so to … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – 300: Rise of an Empire

Well it certainly looks the part:-   And for a rebuttal, we turn to the inestimable Robert Graves and his poem The Persian Version.

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Thoughts for a Tuesday #7

ITEM: So, if a friend sends me two birthday cards and posts them separately is this because:- a) she took pity on someone who has few friends and receives sod all cards, as she maintains b) she sent one and … Continue reading

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Filler content with Gray Friar Press

This fearsome foursome appeared in Black Static #32:- GRAY FRIAR PRESS Gray Friar Press tags itself as “the true home of British horror” and there’s plenty of justification for that claim. While most other UK small presses have diversified, Gray … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Anxiety

This one is for DC5, who shares my musical memories. Not her best song, but damn, I like the video.   Is that Angus Scrimm reading Creepy?

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Filler content with a silent land

A review that appeared in Interzone #237:- THE SILENT LAND Graham Joyce Gollancz, 256pp, £7.99 pb Jake and Zoe are holidaying at the ski resort of Saint-Bernard-en-Haut in the French Alps, and decide to start their day with an early … Continue reading

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