Fighting for Life – Indie Publishing in Unprecedented Times

I’ve written versions of this piece a few times before, but it feels like now is the right time for a re-visit. Indie’s are struggling. A lot of industries are. But the ones that seem to be getting the least help are amongst the most important for our collective mental health. The entertainment and arts … Continue reading Fighting for Life – Indie Publishing in Unprecedented Times

Review: Black Light by Jo Perry from Fahrenheit Press

A noir response to the bizarre experience of 2020. Part thriller, part horror, part future shock sci-f, part monologue. Almost impossible to quantify. A very few copies remain at Fahrenheit Press. For those not familiar, Fahrenheit Press have this year launched Fahrenzine. An old school approach to publishing that owes a debt to the original … Continue reading Review: Black Light by Jo Perry from Fahrenheit Press

Review: No Direction Home by Nick Quantrill from Fahrenheit Press

A gripping short story to launch the latest creative venture from Fahrenheit Press. Available to buy ONLY direct from Fahrenheit Press. And only while the 100 hand numbered copies last. No e-book, no reprints. Available in a limited edition of only 100 copies, Fahrenheit have decided to launch Fahrenzine. An old fashioned ‘zine format, very … Continue reading Review: No Direction Home by Nick Quantrill from Fahrenheit Press

Review: A Wash of Black by Chris McDonald from Red Dog Press

An assured confident debut from the newest member of the Red Dog Kennel. Violent, imaginative and gripping. Available to buy directly from Red Dog Press and in e-book from Amazon Set in my native Manchester, A Wash of Black follows DI Erika Piper on her first case back at work after being viscously attacked in … Continue reading Review: A Wash of Black by Chris McDonald from Red Dog Press