EDITORIAL
 
This month we begin with a double whammy of sinister poetry from Harris Coverley, followed by another trip down Picklock Lane from EW Farnsworth. The forest is calling in Carlton Herzog’s new offering, while in Evan Hay’s tale Aleister is trying to to cope with his psychoneuroses. John C Adams reviews a novel by Ruschelle Dillon. Ste Whitehouse introduces us to The Giant Killer Death Robot, and Douglas J Ogurek draws our attention to The Sound Down by the Shore.

Elsewhere in this edition, Ouija boards cause trouble. Dragon fruit proves more troublesome. And working the graveyard shift leads to something even more troubling. But most troubling of all are the Granite Statues and Marble Things.

Meanwhile, The Florentine Vampire takes a trip to a Florentine supermarket. And a claustrophobe begins to feel like it’s all getting on top of him.
 
Gavin Chappell



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