Tag: Gary Budden

BOOK REVIEW: An Unreliable Guide to London – by various authors

At the start of this year I made a commitment to myself that I was going to do more with supporting Independent Publishers and Authors alike. It’s great working for STORGY and getting sent free books for review – but I wanted to do more, so have been making sure I personally purchase a book

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BOOK REVIEW: This Dreaming Isle edited by Dan Coxon

There is so much with This Dreaming Isle to marvel at, from the inception of the remarkable concept from editor Dan Coxon, to the beautifully haunting image that wraps itself around the book. The list of authors that grace the cover and offer remarkable and memorable stories, each showcasing a mastery of the short story

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EXCLUSIVE – This Dreaming Isle – Kickstarter Launch Interview

Today Unsung Stories launch a Kickstarter campaign for This Dreaming Isle, an anthology of short stories exploring British folklore and local history. We asked editor Dan Coxon about the concept behind the anthology, and the stories we can expect to read. – Tell us a little bit about This Dreaming Isle? This Dreaming Isle is an anthology

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THE PAPERCHAIN PODCAST – Series 1, Episode 7

EPISODE 7: Gary Budden “I wanted landscape punk, not nature writing” Gary Budden met Daniel in a pub near Old Street for Episode 7. He’s the co-director of Influx Press, and an editor for Unsung Stories. Amongst many things we talk about the saviour of genre fiction awards Chuck Tingle, psychogeography, Hookland, and non-places in

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