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Review: 'The Border' by Robert McCammon

The Border by Robert McCammon
Subterranean Press (May 2015)

When Robert McCammon made his return to writing and publishing back in 2002, I wondered if he’d ever write horror again. 854 more words

Fiction

Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant

“The official record says all hands were lost at sea. We believe that something far worse occurred. We believe they were found.” -Mira Grant, Rolling in the Deep… 228 more words

Fantasy

Subterranean Press Announces A Signed, Limited Edition of Alan Moore's "Voice Of The Fire"

Subterranean Press has just announced a surprise, limited edition of Alan Moore’s challenging, maddening, spectacular novel, “The Voice Of the Fire.”   Here is what they had to say about the book. 357 more words

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Review: 'Jacaranda' by Cherie Priest

Jacaranda by Cherie Priest
Subterranean Press (January 31, 2015)

Jacaranda is the latest installment in Cherie Priest’s “Clockwork Century” series, an alternate-history steampunk saga that encompasses several additional novels and stories. 427 more words

Fiction

Review: 'Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium' by Clive Barker

Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium by Clive Barker
Subterranean Press (February 2015)

Back in 2001, McFarland Toys teamed up with Clive Barker to hatch “Tortured Souls,” a line of six action figures – monsters, naturally – designed by Barker. 394 more words

Fiction

A Batch of S[h]elfies Part 3: Bonus Edition!

There were a couple shelves I should’ve included before, so . . . here they are!

Top shelf: Lots of issues of Tin House! 106 more words

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Review: 'Black Hat Jack' by Joe R. Lansdale

America’s frontier days were a ripe time for the art and tradition of storytelling. As people began to push the boundaries further west they discovered a great many new things to see and people to meet. 631 more words

Fiction