New reviews – 05:07:2013

The end of another week here at Spectral Towers and the glorious summer weather has returned just in time for the weekend. To celebrate, we have two new reviews of Whitstable to tell you about (and we also provide purchasing links to Amazon as well) – so here they are: First up is Robert Morrish’s verdict, … Continue reading

The Eyes of Water: the view from Twilight Ridge

It’s a miserably wet Monday morning yet again, but we here at Spectral Towers (the west wing of Marshall-Jones Mansions), are happy to tell you about a new review of the latest chapbook, Alison Littlewood’s The Eyes of Water. This one’s by Robert Morrish and appears on his Twilight Ridge blog – so, if you want to know … Continue reading

King Death at Twilight Ridge

As seems to be traditional around these parts, we’ll start the week with a review. This is the latest write-up on Paul Finch’s King Death, posted on Robert Morrish’s Twilight Ridge blog. To see what the Cemetery Dance columnist thinks about the most recent Spectral chapbook, please click here. Talking of King Death, as you … Continue reading

Two new reviews and news

First off is a fantastic review of Nowhere Hall from Colum McKnight of Dreadful Tales, who calls it “… [a] whirlwind of greatness… contained within the pages of yet another brilliant Spectral Press release…”. If you want to know what else Mr. McKnight said, then please go here. And now here’s a somewhat neutral review of … Continue reading

A new Spectral Volume I review just in…

Thanks to Robert Morrish, who writes the Spotlight on Publishing column for Cemetery Dance magazine, Spectral has just received a short review of the very first publication from the imprint, Gary McMahon’s What They Hear in the Dark. It’ll be printed in Cemetery Dance magazine #66, available soon. In the meantime, however, you can read … Continue reading

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