Sunday, November 23, 2008

Ordering Gaslight Grimoire

While appears to be currently sold out of GASLIGHT GRIMOIRE: FANTASTIC TALES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, never fear, you can still order directly from the publisher - EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing - through their website.

Click here to visit the EDGE ordering page.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Gaslight Grimoire Chapters Signing Photos

Editors J. R. Campbell and Charles Prepolec signing copies of GASLIGHT GRIMOIRE: FANTASTIC TALES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES on Saturday, November 15, 2008 at a Chapters-Indigo (Sunridge Spectrum) store in Calgary, AB, Canada. Our thanks to the wonderful Chapters staff and customers for putting together a fun and successful evening.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Gaslight Grimoire Signing in Calgary - November 15

Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes editors J. R. Campbell and Charles Prepolec will be signing copies of the book at Chapters - Indigo Spectrum (Sunridge) in Calgary from 5-9 PM on November 15th. If you're in the area please stop in and say hello!

Date: Saturday, November 15, 2008
Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Chapters - Indigo Spectrum (Sunridge)
Street: #500 - 2555 32nd St NE, Calgary, AB, Canada
Telephone: (403) 250-9171

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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Gaslight Grimoire Reviewed - Booklist

Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes.
Campbell, Jeff (editor) and Charles Prepolec (editor). Oct. 2008. 336p. EDGE, paperback, $16.95 (9781894063173).

REVIEW. First published October 15, 2008 (Booklist).

This one seems like a natural. It’s well known that Sherlock Holmes’ creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, was deeply interested in the paranormal, a subject bursting with possibilities for the kind of mystery that only Holmes could solve—except that Conan Doyle had firmly established Holmes as investigating only real-world cases with real-world, logical solutions. This anthology, featuring such writers as Barbara Hambly, Chris Roberson, and Kim Newman, purports to present the kinds of Holmes stories Conan Doyle might have written if he had allowed Holmes to become involved with the otherworldly. The stories are a mixed lot, with characters ranging from Peter Pan to a 1940s Los Angeles private eye to old friends like Professor Moriarty and Inspector Lestrade, but unfortunately some of them read not like a story Conan Doyle might have written but like fan fiction—long on imagination but short on execution. Others, however, are a lot of fun, well written and entertaining. Holmes devotees may be a bit disappointed, but fans of fantastic fiction should be happy to see the famous detective stepping into their world.

— David Pitt