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Weekly Publicity Bulletin

3rd September 2018


Kehrer Verlag


Featured books: To Survive on This Shore, £42.00 & Dust to Dawn, £45.00

Buzzfeed ran a feature on Jess T. Dugan and Vanessa Fabbre's To Survive on This Shore over the weekend, including excerpt pages from the book. The article is available here.

From Dust to Dawn, meanwhile, was covered in Vogue, Wired, The Week, Daily Mail, and Tatler, as well as on Bored Panda here.


Hoxton Mini Press


Featured book: Portrait of Britain, £20.00

Portrait of Britain has had a good run of press lately, with coverage by the BBC, Time Out, the Independent, British Journal of Photography, and The Guardian, among others.

Myriad Editions


Featured books: Redemption Ground, £9.99; What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape, £9.99 & The Murder of Harriet Monckton, £14.99

Redemption Ground was mentioned on both Woman's Hour and BBC Radio London this week, while What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was also included in their top 20 list of independent releases in Autumn 2018.

The Murder of Harriet Monckton was given a Waterstones bookseller review here.


New Vessel


Featured book: The Eye, £20.00

The Eye was covered by Hyperallergic and The New Criterion, with the former calling Philippe Costamagna 'A marvelous storyteller and gifted writer.'




Featured books: Creating the Mania, £19.99; Nobody Cares, £11.99; Moon of the Crusted Snow, £12.99 & Unleash Different, £24.99

Jon Robinson, author of Creating the Mania was interviewed by Raw Mike Richards on his YouTube channel here. The book was also covered in the Orlando Sentinel and several other outlets including The Sports Daily and Inside Pro Wrestling.

Anne T. Donahue's Nobody Cares was included in Cosmopolitan's list of books to get excited about in 2018, and Moon of the Crusted Snow was reviewed by Consumed By Ink and Every Read Thing. Unleash Different author Rich Donovan was interviewed by AMI's The Pulse here.


Soho Press


Featured book: Insurrecto, £12.99

Insurrecto was included in Buzzfeed's list of best books forthcoming in Autumn 2018 here.




Featured book: City of Bastard, £15.99

Feeling Fictional reviewed Andrew Shvarts' City of Bastards here.




Featured books: Hold the Dark, £8.99; Paris in the Dark, £11.99; Gravesend, £8.99 & The Lonely Witness, £8.99

The Netflix adaptation of William Giraldi's Hold the Dark was covered in several outlets including The New York Times this week, while Robert Olen Butler's Paris in the Dark was included in Twin Cities' book round-up here. Gravesend was also covered in The New York Times here, and The Lonely Witness had a good week of coverage including The Associated Press, Mystery People, Criminal Element and Shelf Awareness.




Featured books: Beautiful Music, £14.99; Now You See the Sky, £13.99; Fame, £17.99 & The Moment Before Drowning, £16.99

Michael Zadoorian's Beautiful Music was named the winner of the Adult Fiction category in the Great Lakes Great Reads Awards. The book was also a Morning Sun bestseller.

Meanwhile, Now You See the Sky was covered in Kirkus Reviews here, Justine Bateman's Fame was reviewed by Booklist, and The Moment Before Drowning was reviewed in Nudge Book and Wisconsin Bookwatch.


Avery Hill


Featured books: The Great North Wood, £9.99 & Permanent Press, £10.99

The Great North Wood was covered in The Beat here. Permanent Press was reviewed by Largehearted Boy and Broken Frontier.


Melville House


Featured books: You Have the Right to Remain Fat, £7.99; Who's Who When Everyone Is Someone Else, £12.99 & Death and Other Holidays, £20.00

Virgie Tovar was interviewed on BBC Radio Oxford here. Meanwhile, Who's Who When Everyone is Someone Else was reviewed in the Irish Times, and Death and Other Holidays was included in Buzzfeed's Autumn books round-up.




Featured book: Bloke's Progress, £12.99

Bloke's Progress was mentioned in The Guardian here.


Werewolf Press


Featured book: Realm of the Damned: Signum Draconis, £16.99

Realm of the Damned: Signum Draconis was featured in Hero Collector here.


Event Diary


S.K. Perry at Waterstones Crouch End

Thurs 6th September, further details here.


Dougal Dixon at The Conway Hall

Tues 11th September

Dougal will be speaking about his book After Man.


Nick Triplow at Bloody Scotland

Sat 22nd September

Nick Triplow will take part in a discussion about the legacy of Brit noir. Further details here.


Andrée Michaud at Festival America

Tues 25th September, 12pm

Andrée Michaud will be participating in a brunch discussion on 'Canadian Women from West to East'. Details here.


Michael Farris Smith at Festival America

Tues 25th September, 6:30pm

Michael will be appearing on a panel about crime and the violent underbelly of North America. Further details here.


Michael Redhill at Festival America

Weds 26th September, 6:30pm

Michael Redhill will appear on a panel of prize-winning Canadian authors, with further details here.


Christopher Nicholson at Golden Hare Books

Weds 3rd October

Christopher will be speaking about Among the Summer Snows. Further details here.


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