Galaxy 666: the Podcast!
Do not read too much Lionel Fanthorpe at one go, your brains will turn to guacamole and drip out of your ears Thus spake Neil Gaiman, and who would argue with him? Certainly not the intrepid reader who got in touch with us a few years ago asking to be put in touch with the […]Read More
New Title Spotlight: Supernatural Stories featuring The Phantom Crusader
A little over two years ago, we dipped our pen in purple ink and proclaimed thusly: Have you ever thrilled to the SF adventures of Lionel Roberts? Raced breakneck through the breathless prose of Leo Brett? Indulged in the macabre tales of Bron Fane 0r the galaxy-spanning stories of Pel Torro? Does the name John […]Read More
New Book of the Week: Zero Minus X
It has been claimed that between the years of 1958 and 1964, Lionel Fanthorpe was the most prolific genre author alive, writing under a bewildering array of pseudonyms and house names, and producing a book per week for the now-defunct Badger Books. One such house name – occasionally used by John Glasby and Tom W […]Read More
New Book of the Week: World of Tomorrow
Once upon a time, the world thrilled to extraordinary tales told at breakneck pace. Tales of the unknowable. Tales of the unthinkable. Tales like this . . . Everything was ordinary. Men worked in factories and fields. Women were shopping. Children were at school. Then came the four-minute warning. Wires hummed madly between heads […]Read More