Category Archive: Voices

Feb 25

Happy Birthday Morrigan Books!

Three years on. It’s flown by. It doesn’t feel like it was three years ago that I made the decision to brave the independent scene, with a new dark fiction publishing company. I can’t really say I did it alone, however, as Amanda Pillar agreed to come in as in-house editor straight away, and offered …

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Mar 23


Have you been waiting for e-versions of Morrigan Books’ published works? They are now available at DriveThruHorror:   Voices – Edited by Mark S. Deniz & Amanda Pillar How to Make Monsters – By Gary McMahon The Even – By T.A. Moore Grants Pass – Edited by Jennifer Brozek & Amanda Pillar Dead Souls – …

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Dec 14

Voices Reviewed!

Our first creation here at Morrigan Books, Voices, is still winning praise for its concept and stories. The most recent review has been published in the Albedo 37 and was written by David Conyers:   “As a whole Voices is a stand-out collection of dark fiction, particularly as a first release for a new publishing …

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Mar 22

Voices earns Merit!

The Australian Shadow Awards has given Voices the tick of approval!! (Click here for the link to the whole article). “Morrigan Books’ first anthology, Voices (ed. Mark S. Denis & Amanda Pillar), showcased several fine stories set in the world’s creepiest hotel. The anthology itself was a contender, for me, and individual story standouts included …

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Mar 19

Voices Signing

Quite a few of the Australian authors for Voices are based in Perth, Western Australia. Pete Kempshall, Martin Livings and Sonia Marcon have confirmed that they will be attending W.A.’s annual Swancon 2009 on Friday the 10th of April to sign copies of Voices. Don’t miss out!

Feb 03

Voices review


“Voices” is a nice collection of horror stories that deals more with the supernatural and paranormal aspects of the genre and less or almost not at all with the gory and macabre part. Also the anthology edited by Mark S. Deniz and Amanda Pillar presents new or established authors of the genre and I personally …

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