- “A clever update to a magical school story with a twist.” – Christopher Nuttall on Instrument of War
- “excellent in every possible way” – review of Dinnusos Rises on RisingShadow
- Elsewhen Press announces second book in YA Fantasy trilogy from New Zealand author Rebecca Hall
- “Attention to detail” – review of Dinnusos Rises by Sheri A. Wilkinson
- Don’t Look Back by John Gribbin now available to pre-order
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You may have noticed that we’ve been a little quiet for a few weeks. Thanks to a combination of technological, medical, societal, and temporal incapacitances (’nuff said) we have been somewhat disconnected from media (social and otherwise). But we’re back … Continue reading
It’s a Bank Holiday weekend again and, as we head into it, the lovely weather we’ve had today (at least here around Elsewhen Towers) is not looking set to last. There’s a forecast of rain on Sunday and Monday. What … Continue reading
It’s Bank Holiday Monday, so of course the sky is grey and it’s going to spend the whole day looking like it’s about to rain How could you liven up such a dismal day? Read a good book. Escape into … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again when publishers, authors, booksellers and a whole slew of people in related service industries gather in London for the literary love-in known as the London Book Fair (LBF). We have participated on many previous … Continue reading
It’s International Women’s Day, so we’re celebrating all of the great creative females in our midst!
…tiddly pom (as Pooh would say!) Yes it’s almost Christmas and we’re pulling down the shutters here at Elsewhen Towers for a few days. See you in the New Year
Over on the Shoreline of Infinity website, our illustrious (? – Ed.) factotum and co-founder Peter has a guest blog about the trials and tribulations of setting up an independent imprint. You can read it on their website here.
The nice weather is here, at least for a while, and hopefully we’ll get to put our feet up for a rest in the sun. There’s no better way to laze away a summer’s day than with a good book… … Continue reading
Yesterday, we here at Elsewhen Press were on a special mission that involved a trip in a classic spaceship, an unscheduled landing on a strange planet and an encounter or two with a fearsome monster. Luckily we were safely returned … Continue reading