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Why - thank you Andrew. I do my best. :)


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A review of Neil Williamson's Elastic Press collection, The Ephemera, can now be read online at Infinity Plus. A good review, although a little late as the book is now out of stock, however you can still VOTE for it in the upcoming BFS awards :)


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A review of Tony Richards' Elastic Press collection, "Going Back", can now be read online at The Harrow with the reviewer concluding Tony Richards' stories convey a sense of loss and searching in a world that's become too complex to negotiate with confidence, and Going Back should keep readers coming back.


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Latest reviews at Whispers (www.ookami.co.uk):-

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First review of "That's Entertainment" by Robert Neilson published by us can be read at Sci-Fi Online. It's a good one (9/10).


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A review of Strahan's The Year's Best SF & Fantasy at http://www.strangehorizons.com/reviews/ ... ienc.shtml

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Another review of "That's Entertainment" by Robert Neilson, published by us, appeared in The Guardian on August 11th. In summary: The collection is never less than entertaining, and the best stories have both humour and poignancy.


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Review of Hub issues #12-18 posted to my blog, Nostalgia For Infinity, here.

http://www.nostalgiaforinfinity.com/?p=23

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Another review of "That's Entertainment" by Robert Neilson, published by us, appeared in The Guardian on August 11th


Good stuff Andrew, how did you manage that?


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Eric Brown does the SF round-up, Roy. He asked me at EasterCon if we had any titles coming up which were SF, and I sent him That's Entertainment. Luckily he was able to get it into the paper, but like all these things there's never a guarantee!


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We don't have a "games" section, but I've been blogging about BioShock (the demo, mostly) here and here.

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Latest addition to the Reviews Section at Whispers (www.ookami.co.uk):-

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