Well, I Been Busy…

December 20, 2009

The latest British Fantasy Society mailing came out at the start of the month.

It has Dark Horizons 55, which has fiction from Richard Ford, Naoko Awa, Alex Davis, Mike Phillips, Alison J. Littlewood, Ian Hunter, Mike Chinn, Ralph Robert Moore, Astrid Klemz, Shaun Jeffrey, Douglas Thompson and me; poetry from Michael Fantina, Wade German and Victor D. Infante; and articles by Mike Barret, Paul Campbell and Craig Herbertson on Clifford Ball, C. Hall Thompson, Charles N. Grant and E.C. Tubb.

It also has New Horizons 4, which has fiction by J.M. Harris, Matt Finucane, John Tait, Philip Harris, Mark Butler, Elana Gomel, Eva Eliav and Tom Knights; and an interview with Steve Upham.

Wait! There’s also The British Fantasy Society Yearbook 2009, containing fiction from Mark Morris, Stephen Volk, Christopher Fowler, Allyson Bird, Mark Chadbourn, Juliet E. McKenna, Tim Lebbon, Kaaron Warren, Andrew Lockley, Conrad Williams, Sarah Pinborough, Gary McMahon, Adam L.G. Nevill, Garry Kilworth, Nicholas Royle, James Barclay, Suzi Feay, Gary Fry, Daniel O’Mahony and Rob Shearman.

Finally, there’s a newsletter and a voting paper for the BFS Awards. Join the BFS here and get more fiction than you can read in a year.


Supernatural Tales 16

September 23, 2009

The Autumn/Winter issue of Supernatural Tales will see stories from Ray Russell, Michael Chislett, Tina Rath, Gary Fry, William I. I. Read, Jane Jakeman and – cough – me (with Red Christmas). Reviews and articles can be expected. It’s been officially Autumn for a couple of days now, so it’s also time to place your order, methinks.

Black Static 8

December 17, 2008

The gorgeous, sepia-tinted eighth issue of Black Static is out, with ficticious wonderments from Patrick Samphire, Lynda E. Rucker, Steve Rasnick Tem, James Cooper, Steven Pirie, and Gary Fry.  There are also copious explorations of the darker things from Peter Tennant and Tony Lee amongst others.  And, no, I’m not just plugging it because I get a mention inside.

It seems that due to a weird printing error TTA Press has many more copies than it needs.  What can I say?  These things happen.  I was once a weird printer myself. 

Anyway, all new subscribers will now get an extra issue added to their subscription and this also applies to those taking out a Black Static/Interzone dual subscription.

What more need I add?  Black Static is now officially a more sensible usage for your money than a pension fund.