"You know what? The bastard blows me out of the water. This guy writes Maine like Ardai writes New York. If you're not reading him, you don't know what you're missing." --Chris F. Holm, author of "The Collector" series, The Killing Kind, and Red Right Hand.

"A refreshingly new voice in noir." --Ed Kurtz, author of Nothing You Can Do and The Rib From Which I Remake the World.

"A glorious boilermaker of noir and East Coast gothic. The action is taut as a sprung snare and Bagley tightens the screws with every page." -- Laird Barron, author of Swift to Chase and Blood Standard.




Thursday, October 15, 2009

Feero Goes Feral: THE FERAL PAGES is Now Live (Or, A Little BSP for PSB)

The debut issue of Lyman Feero's cross-genre e-zine The Feral Pages is now online and ready to kick you upside the head (in, y'know, a good way). This issue's features include:

6 comments:

Chris said...

Patrick, "The Cove" is like getting smacked in the face with a pipe made of awesome. Well done.

Stephen Blackmoore said...

Nicely done. Been meaning to read this thing all week. Finally pulled my head out from under a rock. Glad I did.

Kieran Shea said...

Lalalala, another happy go lucky tale of the great outdo--aww, fuck. Wow. And the dark season up in Maine has just begun. Way to go, Patrick.

Sophie Littlefield said...

Hey Patch - this is a really great story. I like it just as much as the ditch story and that is saying something big.

gregbardsley said...

Really well done, Patrick. ... All of it. ... Loved how Scooter thoguht he was the one wronged -- there are people like that.

Don't take it personally if I ever delcine a hike into the country with you.

Patrick Shawn Bagley said...

Greg, I know a great fishing spot. It's quiet, secluded...

A writer friend mine read "The Cove" the other day, then e-mailed me to say he liked it, but wonders if anything good ever happens in Wesserunsett.