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Neil Gaiman

REVIEW: Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

I stumbled upon a signed, limited-edition copy of Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman during lunch at a café/used bookstore a few months ago. I wish I could say I found the book, but I...

REVIEW: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Sometime during the course of growing up, we lose that connection to the magic of childhood. It’s a loss of innocence and imagination that seems to happen gradually. By the time we realize it’s...

REVIEW: The Sandman (Audible) by Neil Gaiman and Dirk Maggs

Neil Gaiman is one of today’s most beloved and well-known fantasy authors, with good reason. Dirk Maggs is a force in the industry too, having developed many popular properties from comics and prose and...

REVIEW: Murder at Spindle Manor by Morgan Stang

Murder at Spindle Manor is an ingeniously constructed murder mystery by Morgan Stang and winner of Mark Lawrence’s ninth Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO9). Set inside a creepy mansion in a dark gaslamp fantasy world,...

REVIEW: Blight by Tom Carlisle

Blight is the debut novel from author Tom Carlisle. A traditional gothic novel, it has elements of horror, the arcane, and furtive goings-on. Blight is the perfect read for this time of year and would appeal to...

Weird Horror

Do you remember the first time you felt it? Perhaps you were chopping wood one Alaskan night, enjoying the play of muscles and the ache in your hands as thick logs of birch gave...

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An Interview With Richard Kadrey

Richard Kadrey is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty novels, including the acclaimed Sandman Slim series which debuted in 2009. Kadrey has also published over fifty short stories and several nonfiction books,...

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REVIEW: The Dead Take the A Train by Cassandra Khaw and Richard Kadrey

Cassandra Khaw teams up with Sandman Slim author Richard Kadrey for The Dead Take the A Train, their new urban dark fantasy set in a riotous, magic-infused New York City. Khaw and Kadrey are...

An interview with Sebastien de Castell

Fantasy fans will be well aware of Sebastien de Castell by now – and if you aren’t, then you are truly missing out. His debut series, The Greatcoats, has been described as “Three Musketeers...

M.R. Carey

An Interview With M.R. Carey

M.R. (Mike) Carey is the critically acclaimed author of over sixteen novels, including the USA Today bestseller The Girl with All the Gifts, which was adapted into a feature film starring Sennia Nanua and...