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Black Static Eighteen - August/September 2010
Edited by Andy Cox
Cover Artist: Ben Baldwin's
Review by Sam Tomaino
TTA Press  ISBN/ITEM#: 1753-0709
Date: 30 August 2010

Links: Black Static / Show Article /

Black Static #18 is here with new stories by Nina Allan, Carole Johnstone, Simon Kurt Unsworth, Nicholas Royle, and Mercurio D. Rivera along with ten more very short stories as part of The Campaign for Real Fear (selected by Chris Fowler & Maura McHugh and featuring stories by M.M. De Voe, Eileen Chao, Donald Jacob Uitvlugt, Lorraine Slater, James Carroll, John Fagan, Paul Synott, Anna Rogala, Sam Fleming and Christine Koh), together with the usual fascinating articles and reviews.

From official release/information:

Black Static Eighteen – August/September 2010
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK

Table of Contents:
White Noise – news compiled by Peter Tennant
Electric Darkness - column by Stephen Volk
Interference by Christopher Fowler
The Campaign for Real Fear The Winning Stories (part two) –M.M. De Voe, Eileen Chao, Donald Jacob Uitvlugt, Lorraine Slater, James Carroll, John Fagan, Paul Synott, Anna Rogala, Sam Fleming, Christine Koh
Orinoco by Nina Allan - art by Ben Baldwin
Between a Rock and Hard Place by Carole Johnstone – art by Rik Rawling
A Man of Ice and Sorrow by Simon Kurt Unsworth– art by Dave Senecal
The Obscure Bird by Nicholas Royle – art by Daniele Serra
Tu Sufrimiento Shall Protect Us by Mercurio D. Rivera – art by Joachim Luetke
Case Notes – book Reviews by Peter Tennant
Blood Spectrum - DVD/Blu-ray reviews by Tony Lee

(Source: TTA Press)

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