Spectral news…

… and it’s very good, nay EXCELLENT, news indeed!

I have nearly raised enough capital to bring the publication of the first chapbook, Gary McMahon’s What They Hear in the Dark, forward. I am now looking at a prospective JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2011 launch date for Spectral Press.


All of you are still greatly encouraged to take out a subscription to Spectral Press – this is one method by which you can be guaranteed to get everything that Spectral publishes. Plus, don’t forget the subscriber-only competition, for details, please see below.

Each subscription costs a mere £10UK/£12EU /$20US/ $25US RoW (all prices inclusive of postage and packing). Individual chapbooks will be available for £3.50UK/£4EU/$8US/$12RoW (again all prices inclusive of p+p). Please send remittances, via Paypal, to spectralpress[at]gmail[dot]com. You can also find out more details about Spectral by sending an email to the same address.


When you do take out a one year sub, your name will be entered into the prize-draw, where you stand the chance of winning a specially signed and framed edition of the first chapbook by Gary McMahon. Alongside it will be a copy of the annotated manuscript, which means that Gary has scribbled all over it in red pen – and he’s even signed it and drawn a little doodle of a smiley horned creature on it as well (very cute, in the way that only Gary understands the word). And there’s another incentive – the winner will also get a free subscription extension for another year on top of that.

You can ONLY win this prize by taking out a subscription!!! So don’t hesitate!!

4 Responses to “Spectral news…”

  1. Very good news indeed.

  2. Ha! I figured as much.

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