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The Eight Pane Sash

When we wake up naturally, when our bodies are rested and safe, the ghosts of our dreams linger for a while. In those ghosts lie the memories of places and people, of action and adventures that are far from our … Continue reading

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‘The Unquiet House’ by Alison Littlewood – a review by Jeanette Greaves

Alison Littlewood is a modern writer of classic horror, and in ‘The Unquiet House’ she portrays a growing menace, a lurking evil that has poisoned lives through several generations. Mire House was built to be a place of love, a … Continue reading

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Games Creatures Play, edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner. A review by Jeanette Greaves

The game – produce an anthology of fifteen stories. The rules – they must be short stories, they must include at least one supernatural creature such as a shapeshifter, fairy, vampire or ghost. They must include a strong element of … Continue reading

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The Little Cat Who Wasn’t There

The tale of the little cat who wasn’t there started in January. We were mourning Lulu, who had been put to sleep. She’d been my feline friend since my mother brought her home in a tatty wicker basket lined with … Continue reading

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