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Tag Archive: Finch

Hardcover blow-out

Posted by Chris on December 3, 2012 at 15:40
Posted in: Book News, General

From now until the end of the year, prices for the remaining stock of Silversands, Feral Companions and We Fade to Grey hardcovers have been reduced.

Though the latter two are signed, the signed copies of Silversands have long since sold out.

In other news, a Review of 2012 is forthcoming…

The Places Between: reviews which slipped through…

Posted by Chris on June 12, 2011 at 15:59
Posted in: Book News, Reviews

Simon did tell me, but my memory has more leaks in it than a colander with very large holes. Anyway, this is his review of Terry Grimwood's fabulous debut novella which is also long-listed for the British Fantasy Novella Award.

In addition, a review by Nathaniel Tapley of In the Gloaming who rather liked We Fade to Grey:

"The collection as a whole feels, in the best possible way, grim. No one gets out of it alive. Or at least, if they do, they’re bleeding heavily. . . This is British horror, and a great book, from an exciting small press."

And, another review of We Fade to Grey from Matthew Fryer:

"[S]ets the bar high from the off and doesn’t pause for breath. . . All five authors weave genuine human pathos with blood and don’t then go and spoil everything with a happy ending. Brilliant. Grab one while you can."

(. . . and it is also available has a limited edition, signed by all contributors.)

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.

British Fantasy Awards 2011 – Nominations

Posted by Chris on February 14, 2011 at 21:55
Posted in: Awards, Book News

… if anyone is inclined, and you have until midnight tonight, there are a number of PP titles eligible from last year:

Best Novel

Silversands by Gareth L Powell

Sparrowhawk by Paul Finch

The Places Between by Terry Grimwood

Best Novella

Rattus by Simon Maginn

The Invisible Architect of Psychopathy by Gary Fry

The Red House by David J Thacker

Best Artist

Vincent Chong for Silversands

Steve Upham for Feral Companions and The Red House; James Higgins for Sparrowhawk

Ben Baldwin for The Places Between

With regard to the three novels, they could technically be considered novellas since they are long novellas.

Apologies

Posted by Chris on December 2, 2010 at 19:23
Posted in: Book News

With the recent bad weather, and the uncertainty of Paul Finch actually making it back to Wigan from London, it is unfortunate that Sparrowhawk will now not be launched at the BFS Open Night tomorrow night.

In light of this, if you were intending to attend tomorrow night to purchase a copy, then the price will remain at £7 for the rest of this month.

Paul has told me that he will be attending the BFS bash in Manchester on the Sunday night.

We Fade to Grey

Posted by Chris on December 15, 2007 at 19:59
Posted in: Book News

Thought it would be pertinent to unveil news of a forthcoming anthology of novelettes edited by the critically-acclaimed Gary McMahon, due to be launched at next year's FantasyCon event in September.

Five tales of terror and suspense from Paul Finch, Stuart Young, Mark West, Simon Bestwick and McMahon himself; five extraordinary tales of fancy that no self-respecting fan of horror/supernatural/wierd fiction will want to miss.

It will also feature an introduction from an author who you will all recognise (though their name won't be published until they have time to write it…) and will probably be published as the very first PP hardback.

No price information yet, but keep your eyes peeled.