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To Usher the Cover

Posted by Chris on February 28, 2010 at 20:01
Posted in: Book News

Despite there being less than a month 'til World Horror in Brighton, there is still no rest for the indie publisher. Also launched this December will be Gary McMahon's collection of Thomas Usher tales To Usher, the Dead (which includes the novella "The Other Tenants").

Here is a work-in-progress of the wraparound cover courtesy of Paul Mudie:

To Usher the Dead

'Tis rather spiffing, isn't it?

popCult!

Posted by Chris on February 17, 2010 at 17:36
Posted in: Book News

Courtesy of Mr Terry Cooper, here is the front cover for David Barnett's forthcoming novel popCult! (a literal art-translation of a particular passage from the text).

popCult!

The preliminary blurb is has follows – and will change!

When writer Stuart Balfour hears about a fabled surviving copy of a “lost” Carry On movie, a film suppressed due to its occult subject and mysterious on-set happenings, he becomes drawn into a shadowy underground organisation called popCULT! fighting a secret war where there's more at stake than Sid James' laugh.

For Stuart, nothing is what it seems when meets the Urban Spaceman…

Keep an eye out for this, published in December.

Quickie News Update

Posted by Chris on February 3, 2010 at 20:07
Posted in: Book News, General

Just discovered that The Book Depository has both Feral Companions and Silversands up for pre-order at £9 including postage anywhere…

That's cheaper than direct from PP towers… so can you really afford not to pick either or both up? A swanky signed hardback for nine quid?

Can you?