VICTORY!!

It is with great pleasure that we can announce that Alison Littlewood’s Spectral chapbook story, The Eyes of Water, will be reprinted in the Stephen Jones-edited Mammoth Book of best New Horror Volume 24.  This is another milestone in Spectral Press’ quest to conquer the universe. We’re sure that you will all join us in congratulating Alison … Continue reading

The Eyes of Water: getting the FEAR

Many years ago now, there used to be a popular newsstand horror magazine called FEAR which, in the course of time, faded away with the onslaught of the electronic revolution in mass communications and information technology. It disappeared off the shelves, which was a great shame as it was one of the better periodicals out … Continue reading

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

Another review of The Eyes of Water surfaces

Another Monday morning, but at least we can start the week off with a review of Alison Littlewood’s Spectral chapbook story, The Eyes of Water. This one is featured in the very latest Morpheus Tales Review Supplement (#18), which is available now.  The review has been written by Stanley Riiks, and can be found on page 6 of … Continue reading

Dr. Slatter reviews The Eyes of Water

Last Friday, we told you about a review of Paul Finch’s King Death written by Australian author Angela Slatter. Well, yesterday she sent us her mini-review of the latest in the series of Spectral chapbooks, Alison Littlewood’s The Eyes of Water. You can read her blog entry on the book here. NEWS: The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine … Continue reading

The Eyes of Water at Dread Central

Another brilliant weekend done and dusted, and so now it’s reluctantly back to the grindstone – but at least it’s been leavened somewhat by us receiving another review of the latest chapbook, Alison Littlewood’s The Eyes of Water. The write-up was posted to the Dread Central horror blog, and was written by Pestilence – just pop over … Continue reading

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

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 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!

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