Tag: Kirsty Logan

BOOK REVIEW: Disturbing the Beast by Various Authors Edited by Nici West

Well, what do we have here then? An anthology…by women! How preposterous…it shouldn’t be allowed! That my friends is why Boudicca Press exist and why they are so very special. They’ve blasted out of the gate and are tearing up the track with this delightfully put together anthology, featuring, you guessed it, a full female

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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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BOOK REVIEW: Tales from the Shadow Booth vol 2 by Various Authors

The Shadow Booth has once again graced this world with its presence. In the first volume we found it on a pier, now we find “The Shadow Booth Vol 2” buried underneath the sand near some dunes. You think after the first volume we would have learned to turn and run. Instead, we dive in

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INTERVIEW: Kirsty Logan

Kirsty Logan is the author of short story collection The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales, awarded the Polari First Book Prize and the Saboteur Award for Best Short Story Collection, and debut novel The Gracekeepers, awarded a Lambda Literary Award. Her book A Portable Shelter is a collection of linked short stories inspired by Scottish

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