Author Archives: petertennant

Song for a Saturday – Goodnight Saigon

A classic of sorts. Advertisements

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Filler content with black books

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #5:- THE SECOND BLACK BOOK OF HORROR EDITED BY CHARLES BLACK Mortbury Press paperback, 200pp, £7 Substantially smaller than its predecessor but proportionally cheaper too, this second volume in a series dedicated … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Better Watch Out

Now this looks like fun.

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Filler content with wet pooches

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #5:- RAIN DOGS BY GARY MCMAHON Humdrumming hardback, 224pp, £20 Fate and circumstance bring Guy Renford and Rosie Crouch back to their Yorkshire hometown of Stonegrave. He has just been released from prison after … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Piano Man

Love the lyrics of this song.

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Filler content in which nothing happens

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #12:- Quentin Crisp’s novella Shrike (PS Publishing hardback/jacketed hardback, 110pp, £10/25) boldly declares in its opening paragraph that it concerns a time in the protagonist’s life when ‘nothing happens’, which is perhaps a case … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – The Disaster Artist

Proof that the spirit of Ed Wood is alive and well and kicking.

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