Tag: Weird Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The New Uncanny Edited by Sarah Eyre & Ra Page

Right, straight off the bat – this collection is insanely fucking good! Now I have got that off my chest…to showcase the type of brilliance you will be getting here lets take a small interlude of Ra Page’s introduction to The New Uncanny. In his famous essay of 1919 – the reason we’re all here

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BOOK REVIEW: Elevation by Stephen King

Elevation is a great book. It is of course written by the master of horror Stephen King, so we are already quite excited about what is on offer, but with Elevation we have King at his oh so weird and oh so pleasant. Elevation is not a straight out horror, let me get that on

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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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BOOK REVIEW: Follow Me To Ground by Sue Rainsford

It seems cliché to say – or perhaps redundant to note, but there truly is a magic to magical realism. A genre that teaches us as much as it turns tales of fantasy and fiction. ‘Follow Me to Ground’ by Sue Rainsford is a short novel of such proportions. Bound in imagination and riveting from

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BOOK REVIEW: Two Dogs At The One Dog Inn by David John Griffin

A short story collection can be like a good whiskey, it goes down easy, but once it hits your stomach there’s a burning that leaves a lasting impression. Two Dogs at One Dog Inn by David John Griffin, is like someone handing you 11 shots and one tumbler of whiskey. Some of the stories are

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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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