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Super Fantasy Zone

No, not the excellent game for the Sega Mega Drive, but the most excellent World Fantasy Con 2013, which was held this year in Brighton. I’ve been going to British Fantasy Con for years, but World Fantasy Con is its very big sister, with over a thousand writers, agents, publishers and, of course, translators from […]
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New books and Nooteboom

I’ve just returned from a trip to the UK, which mainly involved catching up with people and stocking up on books for the winter. The first port of call was FantasyCon in Brighton, where highlights included the Spectral Press launch of John Llewellyn Probert‘s The Nine Deaths of Dr Valentine. The dealers’ room always offers […]
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FantasyCon? Fantastic!

Just got back from the annual celebration of weird and wonderful fiction that is the British Fantasy Society‘s FantasyCon – and what a grand few days it was. For those of us who had the pleasure of not organising it (a big thumbs up to Guy Adams and the FantasyCon committee for their sterling work!), […]
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