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Sam Wilson on "Rhod the Killer" for BooksLIVE.
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How Scott K. Andrews approached "Grit".
Press and Reviews
Finalist for the British Fantasy Awards (Best Anthology)
Finalist for the British Fantasy Awards (Best Short Story - Sam Sykes' "Wish for a Gun")
"An absolute cracker of an anthology... Here's hoping there's another stagecoach to Pandemonium soon. (9/10)" - Starburst Magazine
"Anne C. Perry and Jared Shurin continue their unbroken streak of top-notch anthologies.... It's best if you just go and get this excellent collection, and savour each of the stories, ideally with hot coffee and cold whisky." - The British Fantasy Society
"A superb shared world anthology... which sees an army of rising stars collaborate on one deeply weird and wonderfully wild west." - Tor.com
"Deadwood meets Twin Peaks. You don't need to be a fan of westerns to enjoy the stories in this collection. You just need to be a fan of dark little stories with lots of weirdness thrown in... a fantastic collection" - Fantasy Faction
"Serious, violent, desperate... This is the Wild West as a dangerous place to live, rather than a playground for big kids.... There are no bad stories here, and the best are very good." - Theaker's Quarterly
"This collection feels like it didn't have editors so much as curators. As impressive as some of the individual stories are, they way they hang together as a single work is even more so." - This is how she fight start
"[A Town Called Pandemonium is] high quality and built an overall picture of an old west town that I can almost taste (mainly dust).... A really good job by all involved and well worth a read." - Tony's Thoughts
"Conjure[s] up visions of a dusty, declining frontier town, inhabited by cowboys, ranchers, miners and those who see to their needs. An impression beautifully strengthened by Adam Hill's almost vector-like illustrations characterized by a quite angular style.... a great addition to the Pandemonium line." - A Fantastical Librarian