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  Interview with Reece Notley

Reece Notley is one of my dearest friends, the sister I never had, and it felt strange to ask her interview questions. But while I know her, the rest of you don't. She's been a graphic artist for the past dozen or so years. She works in a steel tower in downtown San Diego, where you can see the top sides of birds as they fly by. She is the editor and chief of Three Crow Press, an incredible writer, and the main artist for Morrigan Books.


  Reviews by Shartyrants

Amazon Ink by Lori Devoti

Amazon Ink by Lori Devoti is a new urban fantasy series dealing with Amazons. I was VERY excited to see Amazons being the "paranormal" in a genre that is largely dominated by vampires, were-wolves or the fae. 


Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey

"Loup Garron was born and raised in Santa Olivia, an isolated, disenfranchised town next to a US military base inside a DMZ buffer zone between Texas and Mexico. A fugitive "Wolf-Man" who had a love affair with a local woman, Loup's father was one of a group of men genetically-manipulated and used by the US government as a weapon.




Fathom by Cherie Priest
Review by Dennis R. Upkins

I was never that big on ghost stories, Southern Gothic or Southern tales in general (Kate Chopin not withstanding) but Cherie Priest made me a believer with Four and Twenty Blackbirds and the subsequent titles in the Eden Moore series, Wings to the Kingdom and Not Flesh Nor Feathers.


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