Monthly Archives: November 2016

Thoughts on a Wednesday #8

ITEM: Relationship advice – if your significant other has a Nintendo, never refer to it as a toy. It’s a high tech entertainment device. ITEM: Cold callers and scammers seem to have grown more persistent and argumentative. Five minutes ago … Continue reading

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Graphic Miscellany #3

Three more graphic novels read recently:- Weird Tales Volume Two Written and illustrated by Diverse Hands This is not what I was expecting given the title, but it is a collection of short strips in which assorted writers and artists … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Passengers

I think I might make an effort to see this one.

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Filler content with a loney

The fourth and final Tartarus Press title that was originally reviewed in Black Static #49:- TARTARUS PRESS The Tartarus edition of Andrew Michael Hurley’s debut novel THE LONEY (Tartarus Press hc, 278pp, £35) has already sold out, though a diligent … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Look Out Any Window

Look out for the fat cat builder man Turning this into a waste land

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Filler content with bitterwood

Review of another Tartarus Press title that originally appeared in Black Static #49:- TARTARUS PRESS THE BITTERWOOD BIBLE AND OTHER RECOUNTINGS (Tartarus Press hc, 277pp, £35) contains thirteen stories set in the world of Sourdough and Other Stories, author Angela … Continue reading

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Filler content with strange tales

Review of another Tartarus Press title that originally appeared in Black Static #49:- TARTARUS PRESS Edited by Rosalie Parker, STRANGE TALES V (Tartarus Press hc, 267pp, £35) opens with ‘The Investigation of Innocence’ by Charles Wilkinson, which is set in … Continue reading

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