Another great collection of Weird supernatural tales from Handheld Press – this time all focused on archaeology!
This might be my favourite collection of Weird tales yet – a great mix of stories and subjects, with incisive character work.
An intriguing, but ultimately frustrating, collection of semi-supernatural short stories, brought back into print in a lovely edition.
This book is a bleak but fascinating glimpse of life in London for young working women in the First World War.Continue reading “Review: Latchkey Ladies by Marjorie Grant”
Vonda N McIntyre’s Dreamsnake was a book I read far too young, but it was a formative sci-fi read for me, so I was delighted to discover another book set in the same world, The Exile Waiting.Continue reading “Review: The Exile Waiting by Vonda N McIntyre”
Remember how much I enjoyed Handheld Press’s anthology of Weird fiction by female writers (review here if you missed it)? Well, there’s a second volume, and it’s just as fascinatingly eerie!
By now you know I love Handheld Press and their dedication to reprinting work that has been unfairly forgotten. I was intrigued by the premise of Business As Usual, as it sounded like it might be similar to one of my favourites, Diary of a Provincial Lady – and though it’s definitely its own book, it’s just as delightful!
Happy Halloween! I’ve got a review of an appropriately spooky book for you today – a collection of Weird short stories by female writers that, in my opinion, is a must for anyone who likes a good supernatural scare…