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Posted by Chris on April 25, 2011 at 16:01
Posted in: Conventions, General

See you next Wednesday, unless I see you here.

popCult: the final cover!

Posted by Chris on April 20, 2011 at 7:53
Posted in: Book News

After a major technical hitch which thankfully the artist, Terry Cooper, has managed to fix, I can unveil the final wraparound cover for David Barnett’s forthcoming novel and I just LOVE IT – sums up the style of the book and story perfectly. Will be uploading the files to the printer today and with luck and fortitude the finished books should be with me on my return from Austin…


BFA 2011 Long-List Nominations

Posted by Chris on April 15, 2011 at 19:41
Posted in: Awards, Book News

The following titles have been nominated the novella categorically, and via Issuu you can read them online and until voting ends:

Sparrowhawk by Paul Finch

Open publication – Free publishingMore christmas

The Places Between by Terry Grimwood

Open publication – Free publishingMore fantasy

The Red House by David J Thacker

Open publication – Free publishingMore chapbook

Thanks to the authors for their permission, and you can naturally purchase the paperback version of these tales. As always, please respect their copyright.

Happy reading!

Some good news….

Posted by Chris on April 6, 2011 at 15:27
Posted in: Awards, General

… which I cannot tell you about, just yet, but it’s made a rather glorious day!

EDIT: the British Fantasy Awards 2011 long-list has been announced… with three nominations in the Best Novella category, plus two artists in the Artist list and a personal one for Best Small Press, which I’m always pleased to see but pretty much know that someone else will win it – just hoping either Paul, Terry or David pick up the Novella gong.

If any BFS members are reading this, then contact me for a free PDF reading copy of any of the nominated titles.