Shelflings #3 available soon for BFS membersComments Off
Links for downloading issue three will soon be emailed out to members, so make sure we have your current email address on file, especially if you didn’t receive the emails sent out for issues one and two. Send updates to our membership secretary at: secretary [at] britishfantasysociety [dot] org.
Issue three features reviews by Catherine Mann, Chris Limb, David Brzeski, David Rudden, Elloise Hopkins, Glen Mehn, Guy Adams, I. O’Reilly, Jeff Jones, Jim McLeod, Katy O’Dowd, M.P. Ericson, Mario Guslandi, Matthew Johns, Mike Chinn, Patrick Henry Downs, Pauline Morgan, Phil Ambler, Phil Lunt, R.A. Bardy, Sandra Scholes and Steve Dean.
In this issue the BFS team considers the work of Barnaby Edwards, Christopher Nolan, Chuck Wendig, David Moody, Graeme Hurry, Jason A. Wyckoff, Justin Richards, Mark Valentine, Michael Cisco, Nicholas Briggs, P.R. Pope, Philip José Farmer, Rowena Cory Daniells, Shaun Hutson, Simon Guerrier, Stephen King, Tad Williams, Tom Pollock, Tony Lee, and many others.
Shelflings #2 reviews ezine shortly to go out to BFS membersComments Off
Shelflings #2 has been compiled by Stephen Theaker from reviews edited by Craig Lockley, Phil Lunt and Jay Eales for the BFS website. It features almost 30,000 words of reviews by Carl Barker, Chris Limb, Craig Knight, David A. Riley, David Brzeski, David Rudden, Elloise Hopkins, Glen Mehn, Jacob Howard, Jay Eales, Katy O’Dowd, M.P. Ericson, Mario Guslandi, Matthew Johns, Mike Chinn, Pauline Morgan, Phil Lunt, R.A. Bardy, Rebekah Lunt, Selina Lock, Steve Dean and Stewart Horn. It is available to members in epub and mobi formats.
Creators reviewed include: Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill, Alison Littlewood, Christopher Priest, Dan Abnett, David A. Sutton, Frances Hardinge, Gary Fry, Howard Hopkins, Jilly Paddock, Joseph Nassise, Kim Lakin-Smith, Maynard Sims, Nancy Kilpatrick, Nick Kyme and Gav Thorpe, Paul Magrs, Reggie Oliver, Richard Davis, Shaun Jeffrey, Terrance Dicks, and many others.
New designer joins BFS Journal teamComments Off
We are pleased to announce that Phil Lunt has joined the new BFS Journal team as designer. Phil’s background is in interior design and architecture and he has over 10 years experience working on the design of exhibition stands, booths, events and interiors. He also produces promotional material for various theatre companies across England as well as for publications such as Hub Magazine.
Since last year Phil has also been Book and Media Reviews Editor for the British Fantasy Society.
Also, we are pleased to say that in his role as BFS Features Editor Stuart Douglas has joined the BFS Committee, filling the shoes of Lou Morgan who leaves the committee to concentrate on her writing.
We are sure you would like to join us in thanking Lou for all her hard work for the Society and welcome Phil and Stuart as they start their new roles.
Download your digital copy of the BFS Journal and ShelflingsComments Off
BFS members should have received their email detailing how to download their digital copy of the Spring BFS Journal. From this edition, the Journal is available as a PDF, epub and mobi for all your ereader needs.
The email also includes details of how to download issue one of Shelflings. Shelflings, compiled and typeset by Stephen Theaker, is a new BFS ezine featuring reviews that were commissioned and edited by Craig Lockley, Phil Lunt and Jay Eales for the British Fantasy Society website, with some reviews that were commissioned by Peter Coleborn and Jan Edwards.
If you have problems with your ebook editions please contact Journal Production Manager Cavan Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org) and don’t forget you can discuss any of the BFS’s publications on our forum HERE