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Posted by Chris on August 28, 2008 at 20:42
Posted in: Book News, Conventions

With a little over two weeks before the weekend that is FantasyCon, I thought it would be wise to notify you all that on the Saturday afternoon, in the “little bar adjacent to the dealer’s room”, there will be the official launch event for We Fade to Grey.

Copies of both the hardback and paperback edition will be on sale, and there will also be an open bar (a finite amount of cash will be set aside, so be quick…) The authors will be on hand to sign your paperback copy (the hardback having been previously signed and numbered by all) and somehow we’ll fill the forty-five minute slot…

Also, Mr John Grant will also be in attendance on the weekend, hopefully to pick up the Best Anthology gong for New Writings in the Fantastic – fingers crossed.

In addition, I’ve produced a small but perfectly formed chapbook of three stories especially for the Convention that features a novelette by Paul Finch and Brian Finch, along with two tales from Stuart Young and Gary McMahon. Strictly limited to 50 lucky convention goers finding a copy in their goodie bag.

Anyway, that’s it for now.

‘Tis Official

Posted by Chris on August 7, 2008 at 20:36
Posted in: Awards, Book News, Conventions

New Writings in the Fantastic edited by John Grant has made the short-list for the British Fantasy Award for Best Anthology. This and the other gongs will be awarded at FantasyCon next month.

Amazonian Reviews for The Reef

Posted by Chris on August 3, 2008 at 12:20
Posted in: Reviews

Though naturally these two could be from anyone, who am I too disagree?