The British Fantasy Society reviews WHAT FEARS BECOME

WHAT FEARS BECOME, featuring my short story “Bast,” has been reviewed by The British Fantasy Society. Since 1971, the British Fantasy society has promoted the best in the fantasy, science fiction and horror genres.

Reviewed by Rebekah Lunt

I may as well just say it straight: I really enjoyed this anthology, and I think you should give it a chance.

I know for some the thought of short stories, or an anthology of short stories, poems and art, would send them screaming away in horror… especially if you told them that some of it is written by ‘new’ writers (read: amateur, previously unpublished, etc.) This is why I don’t want you to move immediately onto the next review, thinking you already know this book won’t be worth your time. This book is exactly the opposite of anything weak or negative you might be prejudiced to expect. It has a nice balance between established and otherwise writers and…

Read the rest of the review here.

One Response to “The British Fantasy Society reviews WHAT FEARS BECOME”

  1. […] reviewed the previous anthology from the Horror Zine (here) and thought it was a pretty impressive mix. This collection impressed me more, and for different […]

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