November 19, 2012
The new Black Static got here today. Looks like there’s plenty of quality horror fiction inside from Jackson Kuhl, V.H. Leslie, Steven J. Dines, Sean Padraic Birnie, Steven Pirie and James Cooper. Some great non-fiction from the usual suspects, and the art is to die for. Use the link for a glimpse of the contents.
All of which reminds me that I must renew my subscription.
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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.
November 9, 2008
Premonitions: Causes for Alarm is here. It’s also now available to customers outside the UK for $14.50 including airmail.
It’s edited by Tony Lee and has stories by Matt Bright, Andrew Darlington, Waldo Gemio, Peter Hagelslag, David Howard, Patrick Hudson, William Jackson, Sue Lange, David McGillveray, Matthew Pendleton, Steven Pirie, Cyril Simsa, Julie Travis, Fred Walker, and (cough) Jim Steel, plus poetry from Cardinal Cox, J.C. Hartley, John Hayes, Steve Sneyd, and J.P.V. Stewart
The Chris Moore artwork on the rear cover looks bloody awesome. You remember the jackets on those Philip K. Dick collections?