IN THE NEWS!
Seth’s Christmas Ghost Stories (October 26, 2021) received a glowing review in Cemetery Dance! The review was published on December 15. You can check it out here.
Reviewer Blu Gilliand said,
“As good as the story selection is, the design of each book is the star. Seth’s evocative covers and black-and-white interior illustrations provide the perfect accompaniment to the stories. His clean style elicits a ton of atmosphere without being hyper-detailed. In his work I see the brilliant use of shadow a la’ Mike Mignola, combined with the dark whimsey of Tim Burton … Highly recommended for the horror lovers looking for something special in this post-Halloween season.”
Christmas Ghost Stories were recommended by book columnist Anne Logan on CBC Calgary News! The segment aired on December 20. You can watch it here, beginning at 15:20.
Anne Logan said,
“They look really beautiful, they’re a cheap little stocking stuffer, and they’re a creative way of celebrating Christmas.”
Order all three 2021 Christmas Ghost Stories here!
David Huebert, author of Chemical Valley (October 19, 2021), was interviewed by Brad Roach for Fiction Writers Review! The interview was posted on December 16. You can read the full interview here.
David Huebert was also interviewed by Trevor Corkum for 49th Shelf! Their chat was posted on December 17. You can check out the full interview here.
Get your copy of Chemical Valley here!
Householders by Kate Cayley (September 14, 2021) received a rave review in Plenitude! The review was published on December 21. You can read the full review here.
Reviewer Brett Josef Grubisic said,
“Kate Cayley showcases virtuosic writing and captivating settings alongside intriguing plots that are handled with marked assurance from beginning to end … More than reflecting sheer invention or technical mastery, the stories are anchored by multi-faceted characters reacting to or navigating unique practical and ethical dilemmas, which Cayley investigates with a thoughtful thoroughness.”
Pick up your copy of Householders here!
Doireann Ni Ghriofa’s A Ghost in the Throat was included in the Chicago Review of Books ‘7 Works of Criticism You May Have Missed in 2021’! The list was posted on December 20. You can check out the full list here.
Reviewer Clancy D’Isa said,
“Confident, poetic, artful and analytical, A Ghost in the Throat considered much to forward an exploration of past and present, discovery and poetry, homage and truth.”
Get your copy of A Ghost in the Throat here!