Newsletter

It was a struggle but finally got my very first newsletter, complete with invite to the Winter Downs book launch, out to my mailing list!

If you would like to receive my (infrequent) mailings – and want to be in with a chance of winning a free copy of Winter Downs (UK), then message me asap (or before the 3rd June at least 🙂  )!

Alchemy Press April/May Newsletter

The Alchemy Press April/May Newsletter

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Sorry, we’re a bit late this time. Blame the balmy spring weather (well, it’s not raining today). When we can drag ourselves away from the garden and the (occasional) sunshine there are many books in the Alchemy Press edit/production room, to be added to the list over the following months. Imminent are:

  • Monsters by Paul Kane, with an introduction by Nicholas Vince (with fabulous cover art by Clive Barker).
  • Evocations by James Brogden, a collection of this fine writer’s horror and weird tales.

Monsters will be published in two editions – the hardcover coming with a special gift! These books will be launched at Edge Lit in Derby this coming July

Also in the pipeline for 2015 are collections from Anne Nicholls, Marion Pitman and others (real goodies in the line up, we promise).

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Alchemy Press January/February Newsletter

Alchemy Press Jan/Feb Newsletter

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It’s already February in a cold and snowy Staffordshire Moorlands, but are we hibernating? We are not!

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First and foremost, a reminder for those of you have may have missed it in the Christmas rush: we have for your delectation and delight a collection of short fiction from a master of the form. Tell No Lies by John Grant is a fabulous volume of twelve stories to thrill you and chill you and to take you on journeys of the fantastic!

  • It is an easy enough mistake to make – the most natural mistake in the world.
  • Cello is hooked up to the machine, but whose dreams does she experience?
  • The house is suddenly infested, but with … what?
  • At the Edinburgh Fringe he meets Kristie. She seems to be exactly what he needs.
  • The books Philip buys contain a signature that has no right to be there.
  • In a…

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Alchemy Press Newsletter: Xmas 2014

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Good morning/ afternoon /evening (delete as applicable). It’s Christmas  and the time of year to look back on our achievements and, of course, to anticipate the things to come.We know you are all very busy at this moment, eating mince pies, unwrapping presents, drinking each other’s good health! So we’re keeping this Newsletter brief. Continue reading