2011 July | Pendragon Press


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From Kingston to Updates

Posted by Chris on July 29, 2011 at 19:53
Posted in: Book News, General, Reviews

With a ludicrously kick turnaround – I only accepted the proof copy on Wednesday – I have now taken delivery of Gary Greenwood’s Kingston to Cable. Pre-ordered copies will be posted henceforth and forthwith – though of course there are plenty more copies available for sale! :)

In other news, I am looking at my schedule for FantasyCon and decided to push-back the publication of Visions Fading Fast to December to coincide with the annual Open Night in London – in the meantime, I will be readying three more chapbooks for publication in Brighton: The Joy of Technology by Roy Gray, Isabel Jane by Catherine Dale and Allegro by Clifford Royal Johns.

Lastly, David has pointed me in the direction of a rather welcome review of popCult! by Paul Magrs:

I’ll just urge you to seek it out from Pendragon press. It’s like anthony Burgess teaming up with the Mighty Boosh to write a science fiction thriller.

Nasty stuff on the cheap?

Posted by Chris on July 12, 2011 at 1:21
Posted in: Book News, General

Send an e-mail to me at chris [at] pendragonpress [dot] net with the subject “FREE NASTY” and I will send you a free copy of Nasty Snips (postage paid in the UK, postage extra and invoiced separately if outside the UK). This message has been brought to you courtesy of forgetting to take those pills…

In other news, Kingston to Cable is at the printers – and thanks to Gary Greenwood, a typo on the back cover was spotted in the nick o’time – and Gary McMahon has delivered the stories for Visions Fading Fast: Volume One.

Oooooh, an exciting time ahead!