Reviews and news 19th October 2012

First off, we received notice this morning of a new review of John L. Probert’s Spectral Visions novella, The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine, posted to the Dread Central website and written by Pestilence. It contains this rather fine quote: “…Probert’s tale remains a total delight from start to finish – aiming somewhere between the thrilling, the … Continue reading

Rough Music: a new review from Follow the Thread

So, to start this new week off, here’s a link to a short review of Simon Kurt Unsworth’s chapbook from David Hebblethwaite’s Follow the Thread blog. To find out what he thought of this latest publication from Spectral Press, just click here (it’ s the third one down). The chapbook itself will be sent out … Continue reading

Reviews and news

Don’t know about you, but it felt like Christmas had come early at Spectral Towers yesterday – TWO reviews of King Death and a write-up on Cate Gardner’s Nowhere Hall! So, without further ado, here they are: King Death review number one is courtesy of David Hebblethwaite from his Follow the Thread blog. David notes … Continue reading

Abolisher of Roses review

If things had gone to plan I would now be waiting for a coach to Newcastle at the fine new coach-station in Milton Keynes, to begin the first leg of my journey to historic Melrose in the border country of Scotland. Unfortunately, the workshop I was meant to have given has been postponed until early … Continue reading

First Nowhere Hall review!!

I’ve just arrived back from a jaunt to Liverpool, and one of the first things I see in my email inbox is a review from David Hebblethwaite of Spectral Volume III, Cate Gardner’s Nowhere Hall, and posted on his Follow the Thread blog. Although quite short, nevertheless it’s a very insightful, as well as a … Continue reading

Yet another Spectral Volume I review…

Here’s another great review from David Hebblethwaite, as posted on his Follow the Thread blog. Here’s what he had to say about What They Hear in the Dark and Spectral Press (this follows two short reviews of current Nightjar Press titles): —()— Coincidentally, there’s a couple with a new house and a relationship under strain in Spectral … Continue reading


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