Dark Regions Press

Words & Music with Paul Michael Anderson

Today on Words & Music It’s the turn of Paul Michael Anderson. Paul blew me away last year with his debut collection of dark fiction published through Dark Regions Press called ‘Bones Are Made To Be Broken’. You can read my review here. then you would be wise in picking up a copy for yourself from here. It is a feast of fantastic fiction encompassing many different themes and I am sure you will dig it. Short story collections are really my thing, I love them, []

Book review: The Eighth – Stephanie M. Wytovich

I’ve been struggling a little with putting into words what my feelings are about this book. It’s the first time I’ve read anything by Stephanie M. Wytovich. I am well aware of her poetry work. It is much-lauded by people I respect within the genre and although I’m not a poetry reader per se I think it might be time that I give it a go because the writing here is fantastic. Firstly, a little bit about the book: Paimon is a []

Book review: Bones Are Made To Be Broken – Paul Michael Anderson

Every once in a while a book comes along that knocks you for six. In 2015, John F.D. Taff blew me away with his collection of short stories ‘The End in all Beginnings’ and in 2016, Paul Michael Anderson has done likewise with ‘Bone are made to be Broken’. ‘Bones are made to be Broken’ is the first collection of short stories from Paul Michael Anderson, released by Dark Regions Press. Paul’s work first came to my attention in 2015 with ‘ []