Monthly Archives: July 2017

Filler content with skein, bone, and water

A feature on the work of V. H. Leslie that originally appeared in Black Static #55:- A SENSE OF UNEASE: V. H. LESLIE Most readers of Black Static will already be familiar with the work of V. H. Leslie. Her first published … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Stolen Car

Another of my favourite Springsteen songs.

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Filler content with small packages – Part 4

Following on from Monday’s post, the final part of a feature on novellas (mostly) that originally appeared in Black Static #56:- IN SMALL PACKAGES (continued) I didn’t note any mention of kudzu, but that aside MUSCADINES (Dunhams Manor Press hc, 60pp, $25), … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Oh my, this looks pretty.

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Filler content with small packages – Part 3

Following on from last Friday’s post, the third part of a feature on novellas (mostly) that originally appeared in Black Static #56:- IN SMALL PACKAGES (continued) Benny, the protagonist of STAG IN FLIGHT (Dim Shores chapbook, 42pp, $7) by S. P. Miskowski, … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Racing in the Street

One of the great songs.

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Filler content with small packages – Part 2

Following on from Monday’s post, the second part of a feature on novellas (mostly) that originally appeared in Black Static #56:- IN SMALL PACKAGES (continued) Literature, not film, is central to THE BOOKING (Dark Regions Press pb, 90pp, $15.95) by Ramsey Campbell. … Continue reading

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