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These are the nominees for the British Fantasy Awards 2013. Four nominees in each category were decided by a vote of the members of the British Fantasy Society and the attendees of FantasyCon 2012, with up to two further nominees in each category being added by the juries as “egregious omissions”. The exception is the
Johnny Mains is proud to announce that he has been appointed series editor for Salt‘s annual ‘Best British Horror’ series. It will all kick off next year with the first book. Johnny will be posting a blog soon with an address to send all anthologies and single author collections to.
Dark fantasy and horror publisher Omnium Gatherum Media is pleased to announce two of its 2012 novellas have been nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award (SJA). 28 Teeth of Rage (Ennis Drake) and Delphine Dodd (S.P. Miskowski) are both nominated in the novella category, representing two of the five potential winners. This is Drake’s debut and first award nomination;
PROMISE OF BLOOD by Brian McClellan Orbit, h/b, 560pp, £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Adamat, former police inspector, has been summoned to the Skyline Palace, otherwise known as the Jewel of Adro. But when he arrives Adamat knows something is wrong. There are no guards, no lights, and no sign of the king. Then he
POISON by Sarah Pinborough Gollancz, h/b, 208pp £9.99, eBook £4.99 Reviewed by Chris Limb It’s Snow White, but not as you know her… …although that may depend upon how you interpreted the story when first reading it as a child. Different types of children will read fairy tales in different ways. If during your childhood