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Filler content with two reviews of the same book

Back in 2002 I received D. Harlan Wilson’s The Kafka Effekt to review for The Dream Zone and decided on a whim to write my review in the same style as the book, but I wasn’t sure if this would be acceptable and so … Continue reading

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Filler content from Lake Wu

A review that originally appeared in The Third Alternative #37 back in 2004:- GREETINGS FROM LAKE WU: JAY LAKE Wheatland Press pb, 246pp, $19.95 Each story in this first collection from talented writer Jay Lake comes with an illustration by the artist … Continue reading

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Filler content with somnambulists

A review that originally appeared in The Third Alternative #35 back in 2003:- SLEEPWALKERS Marion Arnott Elastic Press pb, 204pp, £6.00 reviewed by Peter Tennant Arnott is a relatively new writer who has made a very real impact in a short … Continue reading

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Filler content with cold print

A review that originally appeared in The Dream Zone #12 back in 2002:- COLD PRINT #3 – Reviewed by Peter Tennant Cold Print doesn’t have the professional look of some magazines, with card end pages in lieu of a wraparound cover and … Continue reading

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Filler content with birds

A review that originally appeared in The Dream Zone #12 back in 2002:- FOR THE BIRDS by Joseph Farley – Reviewed by Peter Tennant This neatly produced volume from Cynic Press contains fifteen stories by American writer Joseph Farley, and is very … Continue reading

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Filler content with a green face

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #67:- THE GREEN FACE GUSTAV MEYRINK Dedalus pb, 224pp, £9.99 Originally published in 1916 and Meyrink’s most famous novel after The Golem, this is a work rich in occult tradition. Set in a Holland … Continue reading

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Filler content with flying machines

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #67:- FLIGHT OR FRIGHT EDITED BY STEPHEN KING & BEV VINCENT Cemetery Dance Publications hc, 336pp, $27.95 Stephen King is afraid of flying, as he makes abundantly clear in the introduction to this anthology, … Continue reading

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