Early review of Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth

IMG_1764A rather cracking review of Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth, the third and final volume in the anthology series by Mr Jones. Thanks to John Llewellyn Probert and This Is Horror!

For the uninitiated, Fedogan & Bremer is a small press outfit that during the 1990s and 2000s rivalled Arkham House, both in the quality of the books it produced and the kind of writers it published. Beautiful hardcover volumes containing the reprinted work of the likes of Hugh B Cave with ‘Death Stalks the Night’ and Robert Bloch with ‘The Early Fears’ came out alongside new original novels and anthologies that were still very much in the Weird Tales tradition (‘The House of the Toad’ by Richard L Tierney, Robert M Price’s ‘The New Lovecraft Circle’). In recent years Fedogan & Bremer has been inactive for reasons described with tact and discretion by Stephen Jones in his introduction to Weirder Shadows over Innsmouth, a book that, while being excellent in its own right, also heralds the very welcome return of the Fedogan & Bremer imprint to the publishing scene.

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