Good Homes Wanted

November 28, 2012

Peter Coleborn is getting rid of some magazines and all you have to do is pay the postage. Some of the BFS titles are particularly hard to track down (especially for non-members) but there are also some Interzones in there too.


British Fantasy Awards 2012 Longlists

May 16, 2012

You’ve seen the shortlists. Now read the longlists. It’s a bit like time travel with the possibility of alternate universes thrown into the mix. A little bit.

Al Robertson’s Of Dawn was in Interzone 235 and Mercurio D. Rivera’s Tethered was in Interzone 236.


BFS Journal 4

October 1, 2011

Stephen Theaker reviews the Autumn 2011 edition of the British Fantasy Society Journal.


BFS Journal Autumn 2011

September 30, 2011

This  issue has my reviews of Sarah Pinborough’s The Shadow of the Soul and Adam Nevill’s The Ritual.

The rest of the contents can be found here. Well, some of them can. There are also stacks of reviews and features in there.


British Fantasy Society Journal: Autumn 2011

August 1, 2011
artwork by Clive Barker

The Autumn BFS Journal will be launched at Fantasycon in Brighton (30th September-2nd October). The contents include:

NEW HORIZONS
The Topography of City Parks by Allen Ashley and Douglas Thompson
Children of the Crimson Ages by Peter Simon
Punchbag by Christopher M Geeson
Applause by John Forth

DARK HORIZONS
Joy in Desire by Storm Constantine
Mostly in Shadow: Lesser-Known Writers of Weird Fiction, Part Three by Mike Barrett
Night by Thomas Williams
Bitter Angel by Joel Lane
Granny’s Lucky Charm by Stuart Hughes
Faustian Love Song by Zoë Elizabeth Barrett
Imagination, Isolation and Innocence: The Romantic in Frankenstein by Ray Cluley
God’s Gift by Jay Eales and mpMANN
If You Go into the Woods Today by Maryann Cowie
Adrift on an Empty Sea by Paul Starkey
Bad Vibrations by Allen Ashley
Not so Dark Horizons by Raven Dane

And there will be plenty of reviews in it. Some of them might even be mine.

Join  the BFS!


BFS Journal Summer 2011

June 28, 2011
 
 

artwork by Tomislav Tikulin

The Summer 2011 edition of the British Fantasy Society Journal is here, which seems to have caused the weather to finally remember what season it is. Inside it you will find my reviews of Jesse Bullington’s The Enterprise of Death, John Twelve Hawks’ The Golden City, Priscilla Masters’ Grave Stones,  Aliette de Bodard’s Harbinger of the Storm and Alan Campbell’s Sea of Ghosts.
 
It also has fiction and poetry from Allen Ashley, Jan Edwards, Douglas J. Ogurek, Eric Boman, Adrian Stumpp, Gavin B. Nash, Adam Walter, Rick Kleffel, J. R. Salling, Clint Smith, Michael Kelly, Annie Neugebaur and James Brogden.
 
There is plenty of non-fiction from, amongst others, Ramsey Campbell, John Llewllyn Probert, Mark Morris, Mary Danby and Mike Barrett. Scores of reviews: books; films; graphic novels; audiobooks.
 
Available in paperback and Kindle edition.

British Fantasy Society Journal 2011

May 20, 2011

Artwork by Tomislav Tikulin

I’ll have a few reviews in this unless I’m very much mistaken. Available mid-to-late June — join the BFS and get your copy. Or not. It’s a free world, at least when it comes to things like this.

It already has a thread on the BFS forum.


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