Monthly Archives: July 2016

From the Back Catalogue

Occasionally I post fiction to this blog. Usually it means I don’t have time to write anything more substantial. This story may or may not be timely. NEW JUDAISM (loosely translated from the original Aramaic) ‘The place of wailing and … Continue reading

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Filler content with Alchemy Press – Part 3

Further to Friday’s post, two more reviews and the final part of the feature on The Alchemy Press that originally appeared in Black Static #50:- THE ALCHEMY PRESS (continued) Marion Pitman also goes without an introduction for her collection MUSIC … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Ode to Joy

We may be on our way out of Europe, but we can still listen to Beethoven.

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Filler content with Alchemy Press – Part 2

Further to Wednesday’s post, two more reviews and the second part of the feature on The Alchemy Press that originally appeared in Black Static #50:- THE ALCHEMY PRESS (continued) Mike Chinn it appears needs no introduction. His collection GIVE ME … Continue reading

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Along Came a Spider

My super hero fiesta wouldn’t be complete without an appearance from the world’s most famous wall crawler. The Amazing Spider-Man – Animal Magnetism Written and illustrated by Diverse Hands This book brings together several strips with very little in common … Continue reading

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Filler content with Alchemy Press – Part 1

Two reviews and the first part of a feature on The Alchemy Press that originally appeared in Black Static #50:- THE ALCHEMY PRESS The Alchemy Press have been a regular feature of the UK genre scene for a number of … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – The Neon Demon

“Pret a Porter” revisited as a horror movie.

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X Marks the Spot

And after coming over all Wolverine, we obviously need a touch of X-cess. X-Factor – Super Unnatural Written by Peter David, illustrated by Leonard Kirk, & Valentine De Landro The X-Factor team returns to the home town of leader Jamie … Continue reading

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Filler content with twember

A review that originally appeared in Interzone #254:- TWEMBER Steve Rasnic Tem NewCon Press hb, 176pp, £18.99 Peter Tennant Twember is the latest entry in the Imaginings series from NewCon Press, each volume of which will “feature the work of … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Don’t Look Back in Anger

This feels appropriate to my mood at the moment.

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