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“a sharp collection” – 8/10 review of Existence is Elsewhen on Starbust Magazine

Tommy James has just written a review of Existence is Elsewhen for Starburst Magazine. Describing it as a “sharp collection” of short stories, Tommy writes that Existence is Elsewhen presents an “eclectic range of ideas” producing an end result that … Continue reading

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“excellent and wonderfully imaginative” – review of Existence is Elsewhen on Risingshadow

On Risingshadow.net Seregil of Rhiminee has just reviewed Existence is Elsewhen. He starts by saying that as an anthology it “wonderfully showcases” what Elsewhen Press has to offer and is “something special and mesmerising”. He especially liked the fact that … Continue reading

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Published today – Existence is Elsewhen, Science Fiction anthology headlined by John Gribbin

Twenty stories from twenty great writers, also including Rhys Hughes, Christopher Nuttall and Douglas Thompson DARTFORD, KENT – 18 March 2016 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, is delighted to announce the publication today of … Continue reading

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“superbly surreal adventure” – review of The Rhymer on the British Fantasy Society website

On the British Fantasy Society website, Stewart Horn has written a review of Douglas Thompson’s satire on contemporary society and especially the art world, The Rhymer, an Heredyssey. He admits that a dry description of the book – the travels … Continue reading

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“startlingly original” – review of The Rhymer on The Future Fire

On The Future Fire website, Djibril al-Ayad has written a thoughtful review of Douglas Thompson’s comic-poetic satire The Rhymer, an Heredyssey. Djibril starts the review with the observation that The Rhymer is “one of the more surreal and absurdist tales … Continue reading

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“A towering achievement” – review of The Rhymer by Terry Grimwood

Author Terry Grimwood has recently posted the following review of Douglas Thompson’s The Rhymer, an Heredyssey on Facebook: Just read “The Rhymer” by Douglas Thompson. A towering achievement; fantastical, surreal, vivid, witty, original, slippery, and what sublime prose, or was … Continue reading

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“an extraordinarily gifted writer” – Charles Packer reviews The Rhymer on Sci-Fi Online

On the sci-fi online website, Charles Packer has written a 10/10 review of Douglas Thompson’s latest novel The Rhymer. He starts by pointing out that the book defies genre pigeonholing “being many things, a puzzle, contemplation on the follies of … Continue reading

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readers will be spellbound and bewitched – review of The Rhymer on Murder Mayhem & More

On Murder Mayhem & More, there is an entertaining review of Douglas Thompson’s latest novel The Rhymer, an Heredyssey by Rowena Hoseason (who is also an Amazon Hall of Fame top 50 reviewer). The title of her review says it … Continue reading

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“a true masterpiece of surrealism and imaginative storytelling” – review of The Rhymer on Risingshadow

On the Risingshadow website, Seregil of Rhiminee has written a review of Douglas Thompson’s latest novel The Rhymer, an Heredyssey. He describes it as “one of the most rewarding and challenging reading experiences of the year. It’s an exceptionally rich, … Continue reading

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Douglas Thompson – “an undeniable master of his craft” says Chris Kelso on SF Signal

On the SF Signal website, author Chris Kelso has written a guest blog in which he identifies 5 Scottish SF writers who might just blow your mind. His “wee list of Scotland’s brightest exemplars that are on the verge of … Continue reading

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