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

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

Leytonstone: The First review

And so it begins – here’s the first review of Stephen Volk’s Leytonstone novella, the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed and Spectral’s bestselling Whitstable. This one has been posted to SciFi Bulletin and has been written by Paul Simpson – you can read it HERE. PRE-ORDERS: £21 UK £24 EU $50 US & RoW

News and reviews 07:11:2014

First, there will be a review of Tim Lebbon’s superb novella Still Life in Black Static #43, out very soon. Among other things, Peter Tennant, the reviewer says of it: “Lebbon has produced a strange and compelling story, beautifully written and with a prevailing mood of hope underlying the surface despair, a tale in which what is not … Continue reading

Review and news – 05:11:2014

Now that Simon Bestwick’s Black Mountain serial has come to an end, Anthony Watson of Dark Musings has decided to review the work in toto. He originally reviewed the first half some five months ago when it was still gathering steam – so what does he think of it now that it has drawn to a conclusion? To find … Continue reading

A gallery of future covers….

Today, we thought we’d do something different – present a gallery of covers from future publications…. and so: Black Mountain 11: The Dancers in the Pines is the final installment in Simon Bestwick’s monthly serial – the cover has been created by Neil Williams once more, and it’ll be available from Amazon later this week. … Continue reading

Leytonstone: Press release 24:10:2014

SPECTRAL PRESS PRESENTS: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AWARD-WINNING WRITER STEPHEN VOLK PRIES INTO THE CHILDHOOD OF HITCHCOCK IN HIS HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED FOLLOW-UP TO WHITSTABLE       One evening in 1906 a chubby little boy of seven, son of a London greengrocer, is taken by his father to visit the local police station. There he suddenly finds … Continue reading

News 07:08:2014

We have a great deal of news to report this morning, so without any more pre-amble: The latest episode, number 8, of Simon Bestwick’s Black Mountain serial, A Lake of Fire, is now available through Amazon. Once again we have to thank the brilliant Neil Williams for the superb cover (above), which we happen to think is one of … Continue reading

30:07:2014 – Nicholas Royle mini-interview and Whitstable review

Angela Slatter continues her series of mini-interviews with contributors to The Spectral Book of Horror Stories with Nicholas Royle, writer, editor, teacher and anthologist, who contributed the story This Video Does Not Exist. Click the link HERE to read what he has to say. This is going to be a major publication for this year, so please … Continue reading

News 23:07:2014 – Stephen Volk mini-interview

Today we bring you another in Angela Slatter’s series of mini-interview with authors who have a story in The Spectral Book of Horror Stories. It’s the turn of Stephen Volk, screenwriter of such films as Ken Russell’s Gothic, William Friedkin’s The Guardian, BBC TV’s notorious Ghostwatch docu-drama and the ITV drama Afterlife, as well as the author of Spectral … Continue reading

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