Archive for October, 2010

Manifesto of Neo-Decadence

Posted: October 18, 2010 by brendanconnell in Uncategorized
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At Gestalt Mash.

Sylvow Reviewed

Posted: October 16, 2010 by brendanconnell in Reviews

Douglas Thompson’s Sylvow received an enthusiastic review at Rising Shadow.


“If you’re fed up with mainstream science fiction, Sylvow will offer you a different kind of reading experience, because it’s a weird and fascinating combination of horror, science fiction, environmental issues and philosophical elements. Sylvow is one of the weirdest books I’ve read, but it’s weird in a good way.”

Solar Bridge reviews Unpleasant Tales

Posted: October 9, 2010 by brendanconnell in Reviews
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The review is here, and says in part:

“As it is, the writing in these stories is such that, rather than simply being shocking, or gory, there is a real sense depth to the characters and the situations. Though, often, you may be unnerved by the behaviour of one or another of the characters – and much of it is shocking –  it is believable and consistent with what you have already read. Whilst many of these stories are visceral, nothing that transpires feels arbitrary or cheap.”

Blogcritics on Unpleasant Tales

Posted: October 7, 2010 by brendanconnell in Reviews
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Gordon Hauptfleisch at Blogcritics gives a very positive, in-depth review of Unpleasant Tales.

Unpleasant Tales reviewed

Posted: October 5, 2010 by brendanconnell in Reviews

Ros Jackson says many nice things about Unpleasant Tales at Warpcore SF.