Category Archives: Mentions

These posts are to highlight mentions of Elsewhen Press, our titles or our authors (or even our staff) elsewhere. We were going to call them ‘Elsewhen Elsewhere’ but the majority of the crew thought that sounded silly (so I was outvoted, mutter, mutter, mutter).

“A clever update to a magical school story with a twist.” – Christopher Nuttall on Instrument of War

Christopher Nuttall, bestselling author of many fantasy and science fiction series including the Schooled in Magic, recently brought Rebecca Hall’s Symphony of the Cursed trilogy to the attention of his followers. With the forthcoming release of the second book in … Continue reading

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“excellent in every possible way” – review of Dinnusos Rises on RisingShadow

On RisingShadow.net, Seregil of Rhiminee has just posted a marvellous review of Dinnusos Rises, the latest novel from Tej Turner. Although it is a sequel to his debut novel The Janus Cycle, it can also be read as a standalone … Continue reading

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Elsewhen Press announces second book in YA Fantasy trilogy from New Zealand author Rebecca Hall

The Eternity War is still being waged and the Academy remains caught up in it. The new Principal is an angel, the Teratology teacher is a vampire, the Instrument of Peace is hiding, but who is the Instrument of War? … Continue reading

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“Attention to detail” – review of Dinnusos Rises by Sheri A. Wilkinson

On a number of review sites, including Library Thing, Sheri A. Wilkinson has just posted her review of Dinnusos Rises, the sequel to The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner. She noted that the use of a series of narrators, the … Continue reading

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Don’t Look Back by John Gribbin now available to pre-order

Don’t Look Back, the definitive retrospective collection of short stories by John Gribbin is now available to pre-order from major eBook retailers. Many of the stories in this collection were originally published in Analog and other magazines. Some were precursors … Continue reading

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“whole-hearted recommendation” – review of Dinnusos Rises on HumanitysDarkerSide

On her book blog HumanitysDarkerSide, Lise has written her review of Dinnusos Rises the new novel from Tej Turner. She had previously recommended The Janus Cycle when she reviewed it in 2015, so we were keen to read her review … Continue reading

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Out now – Dinnusos Rises by Tej Turner

We are delighted to be publishing Dinnusos Rises today, the second novel by Tej Turner. Set in the same urban landscape as his debut novel The Janus Cycle, and featuring some of the same characters along with new voices, Dinnusos … Continue reading

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Christopher Nuttall’s bestselling fantasy Bookworm series to be released as unabridged audiobooks

The Bookworm series will become the first Elsewhen Press titles available on audiobook, in transatlantic deal announced with Tantor Media Inc. DARTFORD, KENT – 03 April 2017 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, is delighted … Continue reading

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“It creased me up” – Des Lewis review of Mirrors in the Deluge

On his website, Gestalt Real-Time Reviews, Des Lewis has recently been reading the stories in Rhys Hughes’ collection Mirrors in the Deluge and writing a review of each as a ‘thought-stream’ over the last month. It has been fascinating to … Continue reading

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“Outstanding” – review of Sailor to a Siren on Marian L Thorpe’s Words and Birds blog

On her blog Words & Birds, Marian L Thorpe (writer, birder, reviewer, artist) has just posted a review of Sailor to a Siren by Zoë Sumra. Marian starts by describing Sailor to a Siren as “classic science fiction, belonging to … Continue reading

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