As usual, Brimstone Press has done an excellent job, and I'm not just saying that because Angela chose to reprint one of my stories!
In fact, it's a great reminder of some of the excellent tales I read while judging the Australian Shadows Award in 2007.
The following tales jump out at me when I scan the table of contents: Rick Kennett's creepy ghost story "The Dark and What it Said"; Matthew Chrulew's dystopic love story "Between the Memories"; Jason Nahrung's "Kadimakara and Curlew" and David Conyer's "Subtle Invasion".
A heap of great, if somewhat disturbing, memories there.
Meanwhile, Chuck McKenzie has given me a mention in his review of ADFaH3, over at HorrorScope...
Gary Kemble’s ‘Dead Air’ ... was really just a big, fun, Hollywood-style zombie flick in prose format
Yep, that's exactly what I was going for!