Not since reading J.M. McDermott’s fantastic Maze have I felt so pleasantly lost in a labyrinth. Piranesi lives in a giant house made of endless halls. Each is filled with rows and rows of marble statues rising many levels high…. Read More ›
Publisher’s Weekly recently got their hands on Clifford Royal John’s Velocity Blues (June 2021) and had quite a lot of good things to say about the near-future science fiction novel that features a protagonist with superhuman speed but suffers from… Read More ›
Tomorrow, acclaimed fantasist and surrealist and author of strange fiction, Paul Jessup, celebrates the arrival of a new novel, The Silence That Binds! This dark and lustrous novel is well in the tradition of the New Weird. Here’s what Kirkus… Read More ›
(editor’s note: This is a reprint of Paul Jessup’s introduction to Fabio Fernandes’ new collection, Love, an Archaeology, from Luna Press Publishing. Purchase direct from them here.) It is often said that science fiction is the literature of ideas, and… Read More ›
LIVE EVENT: Join Paul Jessup for a Live YOUTUBE Book Launch with Fabio Fernandes hosted by Natania Barron!
On Saturday, Paul Jessup and Fabio Fernandes will be throwing a book launch party for their books, hosted by Natania Barron! Here’s a link to follow to get to that live event! Kirkus recently posted their stellar review of Paul… Read More ›
There is a famous garden in England started by an eccentric wife of an eccentric nobleman dedicated to poison. Inside the rows and avenues of the garden, all the beautiful plants are toxic to life. When we think of gardens… Read More ›