Excellent new review of Shadows & Tall Trees by the erudite Anthony Watson. http://anthony-watson.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/shadows-tall-trees-2014.html
Hellnotes has put up a second review of the latest Shadows & Tall Trees. Another good one.
Know what time it is? Time to share another (yes, another!) fantastic review of Shadows & Tall Trees 2014. This one comes courtesy of Teleread.
Another day, and another fine review of Shadows & Tall Trees, this time at the British Fantasy Society site.
And another terrific review has surfaced, this time over at Supernatural Tales.
Very, very pleased to say that Shadows & Tall Trees is a final nominee (for the third time!) for Best Periodical/Magazine from the British Fantasy Society. But I’m really pleased to report that Karin Tidbeck’s story “Moonstruck” from issue 5 is a finalist for Best Short Story.Congratulations, Karin!
James Everington had this to say about the latest Shadows & Tall Trees:
“There’re a lot of anthologies these days with titles like “Year’s Best Horror…” etc.
‘Shadows & Tall Trees 6′ isn’t called such a thing, but it might as well be. A stunning collection of stories, with not a bad one among the bunch. Intelligent, well-written, original horror fiction and (along with the editor’s introduction) a passionate manifesto for horror fiction in the short form.
Hellnotes has posted an extremely positive review of the latest Shadows & Tall Trees: http://bit.ly/1kvNQW2
Justin Steele over at Arkham Digest has some great things to say about the latest Shadows & Tall Trees: http://bit.ly/1oP6uNR
Nice little article about Weird Fiction in general, and Year’s Best Weird Fiction. http://bit.ly/1k22Gt4