Innsmouth Free Press Ceases Columns, Reviews


Innsmouth Free Press has produced reviews and columns for several years, but they will cease come December 2016. Material will remain archived online.

I thank all the writers who penned pieces for us through the years, with a special thanks to Paula R. Stiles who maintained and edited the material. We wouldn’t have been able to function without her. Paula will continue to write over at her website, The Historical Meow (http://thesnowleopard.net/), including the spoilers column with Heather …

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Review: The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories


By Silvia Moreno-Garcia


Munro, Martin, ed. The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories.. The University of West Indies Press (2015).


In his introduction to The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories, editor Martin Munro says, “Every island of the Caribbean is the site of a deep haunting.” The anthology proves this point by offering a variety of stories which are at turns disturbing, creepy and sad.

Readers who are in search of a horror anthology should be warned that …

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Review: The Last Weekend


By Silvia Moreno-Garcia


Mamatas, Nick. The Last Weekend. Jacketed Hardcover (February 2014). 224 pages. ISBN: 978-1-848637-21-4. Price: £20.00


This is a book about an alcoholic writer, but at least it has zombies. That’s how Nick Mamatas described his latest novel on social media. And that’s pretty much the pitch, though going in, you should know the book has more in common with Corey Redekop’s Husk than Night of the Living Dead. Not that there are no gross moments, …

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Review: Ana Kai Tangata: Tales of the Outer the Other the Damned and the Doomed

By Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Nicolay, Scott. Ana Kai Tangata: Tales of the Outer the Other the Damned and the Doomed. Fedogan and Bremer (2014).

“Horseshoe arches crammed both floors, most opening on nothing. Dense mocarabe toothed them all, suggesting stalactites and giving even those that tramed only wall a more cavern-like appearance. Mosaics sprawled across every intact inch of the ground floor facade. The white had lost its purity, red was faded with shades of crusted blood or rust, and …

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Review: Game of Thrones 3.08: Second Sons

Silvia Moreno-GarciaReview: Game of Thrones 3.08: Second Sons

Found on the Net: Shadow of the Eternals

Silvia Moreno-GarciaFound on the Net: Shadow of the Eternals