Prehistoric: A Dinosaur Anthology Vol. 1 – SJ Larsson (ed.) – Review

“That results in a well-balanced and thoroughly enjoyable anthology that delivers equal parts bullet-riddled creature features and tense, atmospheric thrillers. Well worth the price of purchase, Severed Press have outdone themselves with Prehistoric, and I can only hope that it does well enough that the publisher moves forward with other anthologies.”


Tales of The Al-Azif – Matthew Davenport & C.T. Phipps (eds.) – Review

“Hugely accomplished and demonstrating a fresh angle on the genre, Tales of the Al-Aziz is a crucial Cthulhu Mythos anthology for those with even a passing interest in Lovecraft’s creations, and the genre as a whole.”

The Darkest Battlefield – Paul Edwards et al – Review

“The four stories found within its pages are superbly written and tightly plotted, and filled with psychological, supernatural and often all-too human examples of the horrors to be found in the context of that world-altering conflict…”

Operation: Norway – William Meikle – Review

“Operation: Norway is a surprise in all the best ways, Meikle throwing genre conventions to the wind in order to produce an outstanding action-horror title that takes the reader on a whirlwind journey in a number of different and unexpected directions”

Operation: Syria – William Meikle – Review

“Filled with the series signature blend of sweary Scots, tightly-written action scenes and terrifyingly realistic cryptids, Operation: Syria is another winner for William Meikle and publisher Severed Press…”