Tom Reamy's BLIND VOICES made a real stir when it was first published prompting Gregory Benford to opine "Not since Bradbury has a fantasy author so captured the dark heart of Midwestern America.
We've partnered this limited edition in an illustrated slipcase with Robert Edric's THE WRACK LINE in which the echoes of M. R. James and Algernon Blackwood are clear for all. R. B. Russell's novella THE STONES ARE SINGING suggests that even the smallest of changes in our world can hint at parallel existences, and the ability, for some to move between alternative realities. And to complete the set we have Ray Bradbury's collection of poems and vignette's GREENTOWN / TINSELTOWN.
All four make for a heady mix at £30 plus P&P