by Liam Bishop

Something Like Breathing – Angela Readman

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The attraction of Angela Readman’s SOMETHING LIKE BREATHING is in the distance between two girls negotiating their youth, not necessarily involved, but proximate to and observant of each other.

Holt House – L. G. Vey; A Dedicated Friend – Shirley Longford; Judderman – D. A. Northwood

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Simply, the question of Dead Ink horror is about that which haunts us and why it haunts us.

The Oblique Place – Caterina Pascaul Söderbaum

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Don’t be fooled that this is a story about discovery. It is instead about trying to accommodate what’s been discovered.