Scott Harrison

Review: Beside The Seaside Anthology

The Yorkshire seaside is deceptive. Whitby and Scarborough especially both trade on a combination of old world jollity and modern junk food, promising you a little history, a little sea spray, some chips and maybe the odd vampire. But there’s rich, deep veins of horror beneath the hilly coastal towns. The future washes ashore there […]

Review: Beside The Seaside Anthology

Firing Up The Resurrection Engines: A New Anthology And A New Approach To Steampunk

  Steampunk is producing some really interesting things at the moment. Not only do we have one of the legitimate creators of the genre, James P Blaylock, working again but there’s Cherie Priest, Guy Adams, the incomparable Professor Elemental of course and now, Resurrection Engines. An anthology of fifteen stories edited by Scott Harrison, it

Firing Up The Resurrection Engines: A New Anthology And A New Approach To Steampunk

What I Did In December 2012

Okay there was clearly sleeping and eating and Christmas, and visiting my parents (Which was lovely) and having a cold (Which was less lovely) but NONE.THE.LESS. this is what I did in December and the people I did it for.   -Blogbusters  only made one appearance this month, but it was a doozy, looking at

What I Did In December 2012

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