Penkhull Press new website goes live!
With its latest release – It Never Was Worthwhile by Jem Shaw and Malcolm Havard.
‘A thought-provoking and compelling anthology of short stories of the Great War.’
Initially available in electronic form only, It Never Was Worthwhile will grow considerably over the coming months, culminating in a launching of both hardback and paperback editions.
Purchasers of the shorter electronic version should set their reading device to auto-update to receive the new content free of charge as it becomes available!
Kim Newman has provided a 19th century adventure, “Angels of Music” for The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes 3:
In the ’70s – that colourful, hectic decade of garish clothes, corrupt politics, personal excess and trivial music – three girls were sent to the Paris Opéra. They could dance a little, sing a little more, were comely when painted, and cut fine female figures in tights. Were the world just, they would have been stars in the ascendant, rewarded with fame, riches and advantageous marriages.
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A shimmer of bees.
Lavender scented breakfast
There for the harvest.
I have such good intentions. For instance, I told myself way back in April that I should defrost the freezer BEFORE this year’s garden produce is ready to store. One of those jobs that always seemed to be not that urgent. But – the freezer is tucked away in a dark corner – and it is one of those jobs…
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The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes 3 Editor Mike Chinn. Continue reading
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Tagged 20th century writers, Bryn Fortey, Collections, Dean Drinkel, Fantasy, Horror, jan Edwards, Jenny Barber, John Howard, Kim Newman, Mike Chinn, non-fiction, Peter Atkins, pulp fiction, SF, Short Fiction, The Alchemy Press, weird fiction