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Martin Roberts & John B. Ford – Assembly Of Rogues

Posted by demonik on September 1, 2013

Martin Roberts & John B. Ford (eds.) – Assembly Of Rogues    (Rainfall, 2005)

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Cover artwork: Desmond Knight

M. J. Roberst – An Introduction To The Insane

Simon Clark – The Burning Doorway
Tim Lebbon – Hell Came Down
Paul Kane – Homeland
Derek M. Fox – A Boy And His Dog
Mark Chadbourn – The King Of Rain
Paul Finch – The Beast Of Woodborough
Mark Valentine – Sea Citadels
Ramsey Campbell – Wilf: an excerpt from the novel The Overnight
Peter Crowther – Drifting Apart
Mark Morris – Losing It
James Newman – Tonight I sing My Blues For You
Graham Joyce – First, Catch Your Demon
John B. Ford – Dr. Denstein’s Black Box

Interior artwork: Steve Samuels and Desmond Knight

Blurb:
This book combines with a DVD of the same name to bring you stories and interviews with the current UK Masters of Terror!
Martin Roberts and his Purple Rage Film company have travelled the UK to track down and interview the most eminent authors and publishers that form the heart and soul of the small press and professional horror World.
Here, in this strictly limited edition, you have the chance to be party to the thoughts and views of authors you will at last be able to put a face to, then go on and read their offerings in the shape of specially selected stories.
Last but by no means least, this rare package is completed by a CD featuring eight songs from one of the UK’s most exciting and prolific bands, Stormclouds. ‘Dark Dreams’ gives us a sampler of some of their music from a variety of albums.

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