Archive for May, 2015

DSCN1457Great to see a new review of Songs for the Lost by Alexander Zelenyj – thanks to Nick Cato for this one!

“Most of Zelenyj’s tales straddle genres, but regardless if he’s touching horror, scifi, fantasy, or blending them all, he keeps readers guessing and going back to make sure they’re following the right path. And the paths in SONGS FOR THE LOST are not only dark, but full of surprises, especially in ‘Love Me, Too, Black Flower’ and ‘Song of the Dream Cats.’ 34 tales and (remarkably) not a dull one in the lot.

Here’s another impressive collection from an author who not nearly enough people are reading, and the book itself is a real treat for book lovers thanks to David Rix’s artwork and the unusual page designs. Don’t miss this.”

Buy a copy of one of our most spectacular releases here with free shipping in the UK, US and Australia: http://www.eibonvalepress.co.uk/books/books_songs.htm

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Hal Duncan’s novel Testament, which we will be releasing in a few months, just got an eager write-up over on the Tor blog:

http://www.tor.com/2015/05/11/bff-the-testament-of-hal-duncan

“It’s not the easiest book to encapsulate. Basically though, it’s my anarcho-socialist atheist-humanist remix of the Gospels (all five of them—Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and Thomas). It’s metafiction meets the multiverse, you could say. I’ve taken the source material and edited it into a single narrative, with a bit of (re)translation that puts a whole other spin on it.”

These are exciting times.  This book will be not quite like anything we have done before – and also one of the bigger design challenges to come along in a while, I can tell you that now!

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Now available to order: Sensorama edited by Allen Ashley

Rising Shadow has just published an interview with Allen Ashley, talking about the new Sensorama anthology and the upcoming Planet Suite reissue.  Click here to read:

http://www.risingshadow.net/articles/476-an-interview-with-allen-ashley-about-sensorama-and-the-planet-suite