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Archive for October, 2013

Paull Finch – Terror Tales Of The Seaside

Posted by demonik on October 29, 2013

Paull Finch (ed.) – Terror Tales Of The Seaside   (Gray Friar, Oct. 2013)

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Steve Upham

Reggie Oliver – Holiday From Hell
The Eerie Events At Castel Mare
Stephen Laws –  The Causeway
The Kraken Wakes
Stephen Volk –  The Magician Kelso Dennett
Forces Of Evil
Joseph Freeman –  A Prayer For The Morning
Hotel Of Horror
Sam Stone – The Jealous Sea
The Ghosts Of Goodwin Sands
Ramsey Campbell – The Entertainment
The Horse And The Hag
Simon Kurt Unsworth – The Poor Weather Crossings Company
The Devil Dog Of Peel
R.B. Russell – Brighthelmstone
The Ghouls Of Bannane Head
 Robert Spalding – Men With False Faces
This Beautiful, Terrible Place
Gary Fry –  GG LUVS PA
In The Deep Dark Winter
Paul Finch –  The Incident At North Shore
The Walking Dead
Paul Kane –  Shells
Hellmouth
Kate Farrell –  The Sands Are Magic
Wild Men Of The Sea
Christopher Harman –  Broken Summer

Blurb:
The British Seaside – golden sands, toffee rock, amusement arcades. But also the ghosts of better days: phantom performers who if they can’t get laughs will get screams; derelict fun-parks where maniacs lurk; hideous things washed in on bitter tides …

The death ships of Goodwin …
The killer clowns of Bognor …
The devil fish of Guernsey …
The Night Caller of St. Derfyn …
The Black Mass at North Berwick …
The grisly revenge at Brighton …
The tortured souls of Westingsea …

And many more chilling tales by Stephen Laws, Ramsey Campbell, Stephen Volk, Sam Stone, Simon Kurt Unsworth and other award-winning masters and mistresses of the macabre.

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Stuart Young – Demons & Devilry

Posted by demonik on October 29, 2013

Stuart Young (ed.) – Demons & Devilry   (Hersham Horror Books, 2013)
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Logo; Daniel S. Boucher. Cover design: Mark West

Stuart Young – Devilish Inspirations: Introduction

Peter Mark May – The Abhorrent Man
Thana Niveau – Little Devils
John Llewellyn Probert – The Devil In The Details
David Williamson – The Scryer
Stuart Young – Guardian Devil

Biographies  & Story Notes

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Charles Black – The Tenth Black Book Of Horror

Posted by demonik on October 2, 2013

Charles Black – The Tenth Black Book Of Horror  (Mortbury Press, October 2013)

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Paul Mudie

Angela Blake – Stiff
Tom Johnstone – The Easter Bunny
David Surface – The Last Testament Of Jacob Tyler
Carl P. Thompson – The War Effort
David A. Sutton – The Pre-Raphaelite Painting
Chris Lawton – Christmas In The Rain
Gary Power – Deeper Than Dark Water
Paul Finch – Marshwall
Ian Hunter – Exploding Raphaelesque Heads
John Probert – The Best Christmas Ever
Mike Chinn – The Pygmalion Conjuration
David Williamson – The Boy
Andrea James – The Last Wagon In The Train
Kate Farrell – Dad Dancing
Thana Niveau – Guinea Pig Girl

The official launch will be at World Fantasy Con, Brighton, 31 October-3rd November .

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Paperback Fanatic # 27: ‘Comics into paperbacks’ special

Posted by demonik on October 1, 2013

Justin Marriott (ed) – Paperback Fanatic # 27: ‘Comics into paperbacks’ special   (October, 2013)

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A Tale of Two Cities

The fanatic reflects on a month of book-buying in the US of A.

Cryptzoological top 10
Nick Pope’s top ten of alien animals

Artists assemble!
The greatest team-up of all – comics artists and paperback covers! Jack Davis, FranK Frazettai, Catherine Jeffrey Jones, Boris Vallejo, Bill Ward & Co.

Russo of the living dead

John Russo’s horror paperbacks
The American Biggles

Graham Andrews on the tie-in novel to DC comic’s Blackhawk
From The Files of Ms Tree

Rob Matthews on the PI of paperbacks and comics
The Pulp Jungle

James Doig & Graeme Flanagan on another forgotten Australian pulp author – Gene Janes
Fantastic Fridays

The comics artists used by Ted White in his SF mags.
Who you gonna call?

Comic historian Ron Goulart and his many prose adaptations of comics characters
Mondo Bilbrew

Gene Bilbrew the comics artist that pursued a career in sleaze
Labyrinth

A look at shared pseudonyms at Belmont Tower
Blade Runner

Nigel Taylor on the movie tie-in that never was

Weird Heroes

The ground-breaking vision of Byron Preiss and his pulp anthology

Fanatical Mails
Response to issue 26: Nigel Taylor, Jim Walker, Bill Halvorsan, Joe Kenny, Stephen Sennitt, Charles Wing, Sandy Robertson, Alex Wurm, Paul Fearn, Graham Andrews, Andy Boot., Andrew Kersten.

Assistant editor: Jim O’Brien
Subscriptions, contact details from the Paperback Fanatic Megastore

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