A trio of reviews

So it’s Monday again, and the weather can’t decide whether it wants to be sunny or rainy so it’s flinging both at us. Never mind, at least there are a couple of new reviews of Spectral chapbooks for you to look at: First up is regular reader Riju Ganguly’s assessment of Alison Littlewood’s The Eyes … Continue reading

The Crow’s Caw sounds out The Eyes of Water

Just a short post this morning, to let you all know about the latest review of Alison Littlewood’s Spectral chapbook. This one has been posted to Jassen Bailey’s The Crow’s Caw and was written by KE Bergdoll – you can see what they thought of it by going here. Don’t forget, too, that you can also … Continue reading

The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: pre-order today!

“Someone is killing doctors in the style of the murders in Vincent Price movies, leaving the Bristol police baffled. The only man who could possibly be responsible died years ago . . . or did he . . .?” Today’s the day – John Llewellyn Probert’s Spectral Visions novella (and homage to the late actor … Continue reading

A Spectral Miscellany

For the first post of the week, we bring you a selection of this, that and the other, including the latest quote, some reviews and a bit of news. Let’s start with that quote, concerning the very first Spectral Visions novella: “Like a jam session between Billy Bragg and H P Lovecraft or a mash-up … Continue reading

The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: news

Just a heads up to all those who expressed an interest in purchasing a copy of John Llewellyn Probert’s bloodily affectionate and outrageous homage to the films of the late, great Vincent Price, The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine – the limited signed hardback edition, with the fantastic JD Busch cover illustrated above, will be available … Continue reading

Novella Preference Service

So what’s this, we hear you ask? Good question! Well, we’ve had more than a few people asking us about whether we intend to have a subscription service for our Spectral Visions novellas, like we do for the chapbooks. After thinking about it, we decided that this wouldn’t really work, as the novellas are unlikely … Continue reading

The Eyes of Water reviewed at the Hellforge

Midweek has come around fast yet again, and here we bring you notice of yet another review of Alison Littlewood’s Spectral chapbook, The Eyes of Water. This one’s written by Matthew Fryer and can be seen at his Welcome to the Hellforge blog – you can read it here. More reviews soon!

A Brace of Reviews

After the excitement of yesterday’s cover reveal for John Llewellyn Probert’s The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine, normal service is now resumed with news of a whole clutch of reviews we’ve received recently, no less than four in fact. So, without further ado, let’s get stuck into telling you about them. First up is Alan … Continue reading

The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: cover reveal

And so, just to brighten up your Monday morning, we present to you the front cover image of the next Spectral Visions novella, The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine by John L. Probert. The image, executed by artist JD Busch, perfectly encapsulates the spirit of John’s story, as it’s an affectionately gruesome, blackly humorous and outrageous … Continue reading

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