• Spectral Press Chapbooks

    Spectral XI Home and Hearth - Angela Slatter (March 2014)
    Spectral XII Title TBC - Robert Shearman (March 2014)
    Spectral XIII Smoke Billows, Soot Falls - Lisa Hannett
    Spectral XIV The Judgement Call - Simon Bestwick (December 2014)
  • Spectral Visions (novellas)

    Spectral Visions V The Hammer of Dr. Valentine -John Llewellyn Probert (April/May 2014)
    Spectral Visions VI The Bureau of Them -Cate Gardner (Summer 2014)
  • Theatrum Mundi (novelletes)

    Theatrum Mundi I: Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow - Ray Cluley (November 2014)
  • Spectral Press Collections

    Forthcoming: Spectral Collection II TBA -David Tallerman (TBA)
  • Spectral Anthology

    Spectral Anthology II The Spectral Book of Horror Stories - edited by Mark Morris (September 2014)
    Spectral Anthology III Back from the Dead - edited by Johnny Mains (reissue) (October 2014)
    Spectral Anthology IV The Thirteen Ghosts of Christmas 2014 - edited by Simon Marshall-Jones (December 2014)
  • Spectral Screen

    Spectral Screen I The Ghost Stories of Lawrence Gordon Clark - edited by Tony Earnshaw (December 2013 )

A Leytonstone review from our French correspondent

So how’s your French? Adam Joffrain, blogger at Par delà les montagnes hallucinantes (Beyond the Incredible Mountains), has written THIS review of Stephen Volk’s latest masterpiece (in our humble opinion) Leytonstone, his follow up novella to Whitstable and the second in the ‘Dark Masters’ trilogy. Thanks to Adam for sending the link! Get your copy today! PRE-ORDERS: £21 UK £24 EU … Continue reading

Another Leytonstone review

Monday morning, chilly but sunny, and we have a new review of Stephen Volk’s Leytonstone to tell you about – it’s from Jex Winship’s delightfully titled Sparks in Electrical Jelly blog, and you can read it HERE. Secure your copy today! PRE-ORDERS: £21 UK £24 EU $50 US & RoW We look forward to hearing from you!

Leytonstone: a new review

And so it continues: Ginger Nuts of Horror reviewer Kit Power reads Stephen Volk’s Leytonstone and gives us his thoughts – if you want to know what those thoughts might be, then click right HERE. GET YOUR COPY TODAY! PRE-ORDERS: £21 UK £24 EU $50 US & RoW

Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow by Ray Cluley

Gjerta Jørgensen patrols the frozen coastline of Greenland. She is the first woman to do so as part of Slædepatruljen Sirius, an elite dogsled team pushed to the limits of physical survival, risking hunger, exhaustion, frostbite and attack. But out here, where beautiful frozen desolation shows you little but snow, ice, and darkness, there is … Continue reading

Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow

Above is the rather stunning image created by renowned artist Jim Burns for Ray Cluley’s novelette Within the Wind, Beneath the Snow, which will be out in paperback only next month, and will be the first in the ‘Theatrum Mundi’ imprint. It’s set in the snowy wastes of Northeast Greenland, a vast icy desert where people like … Continue reading

Dr. Valentine gets a second opinion

Following hot on the heels of the review posted yesterday, just like DCI Longdon pursuing his nemesis Dr. Valentine, comes another write-up for John Llewellyn Probert’s The Hammer of Dr. Valentine, this time from Anthony Watson of Dark Musings – read it HERE. The Hammer of Dr. Valentine: limited signed hardback (100 only).  UK £21 EU £24 USA & Everywhere … Continue reading

Hammertime! News and reviews

Isn’t that absolutely gorgeous? This is the full wraparound cover for John Llewellyn Probert’s sequel to the award-winning novella The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine, this time called The Hammer of Dr. Valentine. The artwork is by Seattle-based Nick Gucker, and the layout is by Neil Williams. And yes, the back cover features an author photo of … Continue reading

New Leytonstone review

JUST IN: new Leytonstone review from David Bishop at What Are you Reading For? You can find it HERE. GET YOUR COPY TODAY! PRE-ORDERS: £21 UK £24 EU $50 US & RoW

Spectral Book of Horror Stories: This Is Horror verdict

The latest review to come to our attention is This Is Horror‘s thoughts on The Spectral Book of Horror Stories, edited by Mark Morris. The review is by Ross Warren, and it can be found right HERE. THE SPECTRAL BOOK OF HORROR STORIES – PRICES INCLUDE POSTAGE! £12.50 UK £15 EU $30 US & RoW ORDER YOUR COPY … Continue reading

Black Country Prophet: Joel Lane Archive 6

Notes On Five Poems by Joel Lane As well as being a celebrated fiction writer and essayist, Joel was also a noted poet. My thanks are due to Simon Bestwick for passing many of Joel’s poems over to me. As someone who goes to a lot of poetry readings, what strikes me most about Joel’s … Continue reading

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