This latest review is from Jassen Bailey’s The Crow’s Caw website and is yet another positive one… enjoy!! Keep spreading the word!
… is from Geoff Nelder’s science42fiction blog and is yet another positive one, further consolidating Spectral Press as an imprint to watch…. don’t miss out on this brilliant tale, available from May 9th, but which can be pre-ordered for £3.50UK/£4.50EU/$8US/$12RoW… go here to order via Paypal or contact Simon Marshall-Jones at spectralpress[at]gmail[dot]com.
The reviews for the forthcoming Spectral Volume II (available May 9th), Gary Fry’s Abolisher of Roses, are now starting to come in, and these are the latest two to land on my virtual desk. First up is Paul D. Brazill’s review on his You Would Say That, Wouldn’t You site, where the perspicacious Mr. Brazill … Continue reading
Today, there’s a pair of reviews posted on Jim McCleod’s Ginger Nuts of Horror site, and feature positive notices of both Gary McMahon’s What They Hear in the Dark and Gary Fry’s forthcoming contribution to Spectral, Abolisher of Roses, which will be published in early May. Jim starts off with… “… I’m going to say right … Continue reading
Gary McMahon’s What They Hear in the Dark (otherwise known as Spectral Volume I) has been reviewed by Peter Tennant in the Casenotes section of the latest issue (#22) of TTA Press’ Black Static magazine. In it, Peter calls it “…an impressive debut…” for Spectral and the tale itself is “… a strange and moving … Continue reading
As a good start to my week, I have received two new positive reviews of What They Hear in the Dark, Spectral’s inaugural chapbook publication. The first one is from Stephen Theaker, posted in Theaker’s Quarterly —()— Becky and Rob have moved into a creepy new home following a family tragedy, one gradually revealed to … Continue reading