All four books from year two of the Obverse Quarterly, at a vastly reduced price and delivered straight to your door as soon as they are published!
Book 1: Tales of the City, edited by Philip Purser-Hallard
Beyond the end of the universe exists a city the size of a galaxy, packed with every human being that ever lived, from the first Australopithecus to the last post-human, resurrected in a city in which nobody can die…or rather, that used to be the case.
The first ever “City of the Saved” short story collection, edited byt he man who created it for the Faction Paradox Book of the War.
Book 2:Lady Stardust, starring Iris Wildthyme and edited by Panda
Imagine if Iris Wildthyme somehow found herself involved in a series of adventures prompted by David Bowie song titles. ‘Cracked Actor’, ‘Lady Grinning Soul’, ‘The Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family’…
Implausible, I know, but Iris is a law to herself and she, like everybody else, does like a bit of Bowie…six Iris stories linked by one magnificent pop star.
Book 3: The Casebook of the Manleigh Halt Irregulars, edited by Phil Craggs
First seen in Paul Magrs’ ‘The Delightful Bag’, then re-visited in Nick Wallace’s novella ‘The Irredeemable Love’, the Irregulars – Wilson, Whitney, Dogberry and Miss Clarissa Miller – return for a third time, traversing Earth’s more recent history in their very own Police station – until they come across a most unexpected future England!
Book 4: The Obverse Book of Detectives, edited by Stuart Douglas
Brainy Holmes types and idiosyncratic Morses are all very well, but what about those detectives on the very fringes of acceptable fiction? What price the stone age detective and the one based on Eastenders’ actress Anita Dobson and hger beau, Queen guitarist Brian May? How about the Dog Detective or that crime fighting duo, Dougie Camfield and George Spenton-Foster? Well, we can’t promise any of those exactly (though you never know!) but we can promise six brand spanking new detectives, created by six authors from the more…ahem…odd end of the spectrum!