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Filler content with birds

A feature on the work of writer and publisher Nicholas Royle that originally appeared in Black Static #64:- NICK AND THE NIGHTJARS As you’d possibly expect of somebody who named his press after the Nightjar, author Nicholas Royle is more than a … Continue reading

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Filler content with new fears

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #64:- NEW WINE IN OLD SKIN NEW FEARS (Titan Books pb, 408pp, £7.99) is not, as the title might suggest, an anthology exploring all the things that in this second decade of the new … Continue reading

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Filler content from Cemetery Dance

Two reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #64:- TWO FROM CEMETERY DANCE As well as the flagship magazine from which the company takes its name, the good people at Cemetery Dance also publish a lot of fine books, with just about … Continue reading

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Filler content from Telos

Three reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #64:- THREE FROM TELOS We’ll kick off this issue’s Case Notes with a feature on Telos Publishing, one of the mainstays of the UK indie genre scene since its establishment back in 2000. Better … Continue reading

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Filler content with added JLP

Reviews of three books by John Llewellyn Probert that originally appeared in Black Static #63:- THREE OF THE BEST: JOHN LLEWELLYN PROBERT So, you wait and you wait for a review of a book by John Llewellyn Probert, and you wait some … Continue reading

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Filler content with human pieces

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #63:- THE DIFFICULT THIRD COLLECTION: JAMES COOPER It’s part of music industry folklore that artists will find their third album to be the “tricky” one, but fortunately that rule doesn’t seem to apply … Continue reading

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Filler content with thrillers

Three reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #63:- THREE THRILLERS With the dividing line between the genre of horror and thriller growing ever more blurred in the age of John Connolly, Sarah Pinborough, and Michael Marshall, let’s step outside our … Continue reading

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