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Steve Green

Steve Green

Steve Green is a former secondary school teacher turned IT Professional who hails from The Lincolnshire Wolds. When he’s done hoping that switching-it-off-and-on-again will do the trick for the day, he can often be found running or exploring the countryside. He is hopelessly outnumbered at home with his wife, daughter and cat.

REVIEW: Empire of Blood and Sand by Alister Hodge

Empire of Blood and Sand by Alister Hodge is a riotous dark fantasy which satisfied my thirst for a grimdark fix with flavours befitting of the genre. Right from its well-hewn opening, Empire of...

REVIEW: Boys, Beasts, & Men by Sam J. Miller

Boys, Beasts, & Men is a collection of Sam J. Miller’s finest sci-fi short fiction to date. The author is perhaps best known for his novels Blackfish City and The Art of Starving and...

REVIEW: Horseman by Christina Henry

Christina Henry boasts a back catalogue which cements her reputation as the queen of reimagination. As well as a host of original works, she has previously lent her innovative authorial style to give fresh...

REVIEW: The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor

The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor is an evocative read which kept surprising me throughout. The story centres around a village in rural Sussex where Rev. Jack Brooks and her teenage daughter Flo...