Books Received: Centipede Press, Fiction from the Phillipines, and More

Thanks to Will for guestblogging this week–in fact, he may still be posting more today and tomorrow, but I need to break in briefly with a few things…

First off, a stunning selection of books from Centipede Press, which I recommend without reservation. If you like dark fantasy and horror, Centipede Press is doing some of the best editions out there.

Second, Charles Tan was kind enough to send me fiction from the Phillipines. I’ll be blogging about these in more detail at a later date.

And, finally, some recent books that came in. I highly recommend both graphic novels, the Venice one and the latest Dungeon.

3 comments on “Books Received: Centipede Press, Fiction from the Phillipines, and More

  1. JesseFord says:

    Those Centipede Press books look sweeeeeeet. To bad the sci-fi ones are waaaaay beyond my spending abilities. I might take a look at the moderately priced horror ones, however.

  2. Ann VanderMeer says:

    Jeff – you didn’t even give Jango credit for having part of his torso in the first photograph with The Shadow of the Torturer book. And considering the book title, what are you trying to say???? (Poor misunderstood Jango).

  3. Catholic Mum says:

    Thoughtful and interesting, thank you. I was brought up in manilla but moved to america at such a young age I can hardly remember anything apart from the delicious food. I finally found some authentic Filipino recipes if you want to take a look, I thought I’d share it with you!

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