News round-up


Quite a lot of exciting stuff to tell you folks about, first of which is the news that our horror anthology, The End of The Line, is finished and about to go press.

Here, to remind you, is the awesome cover by design-bot Luke Preece:-

And here is the final line-up:

Introduction - Jonathan Oliver
Bullroarer - Paul Meloy
The Girl in The Glass - John L. Probert
The Lure - Nicholas Royle
23:46 Mordren (via Bank) - Rebecca Levene
End of The Line - Jasper Bark
The Sons of The City - Simon Bestwick
The Roses That Bloom Underground - Al Ewing
Exit Sounds - Conrad Williams
Funny Things - Pat Cadigan
On All London Underground Lines - Adam L.G. Nevill
Fallen Boys - Mark Morris
In The Colosseum - Stephen Volk
The Rounds - Ramsey Campbell
Missed Connection - Michael Marshall Smith
Siding 13 - James Lovegrove
Diving Deep - Gary McMahon
Crazy Train - Natasha Rhodes
All Dead Years - Joel Lane
Down - Christopher Fowler

The End of The Line is released in mid-November this year with a launch event at Foyle's book shop in London, details of which can be found here.

Also, a couple of reviews for you.

Rowena Cory Daniells brilliant King Rolen's Kin fantasy trilogy continues to reap praise, as evidenced by the kind words over at Speculative Book Review.

Also, volume one of Paul Kearney's classic fantasy, The Monarchies of God, earns high praise from our friends at Falcata Times.

But, last and certainly not least, I'm thrilled to be able to tell you that we have just commissioned a new fantasy trilogy from Rowena Cory Daniells, following on from the success of King Rolen's Kin. The First T'en is set in a new and fascinating world, and judging from what I've read so far, you're all in for a treat.

Anyway, until next we meet.

Happy reading.

Jonathan Oliver

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