Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Robert M. Tilendis over at the Green Man Review has some very nice things to say about The Evil in Pemberley House.

"This one is fun--a good, tight story, enough psychology to keep it interesting, villains galore, characters with eccentricities that only the English can manage gracefully, a rich context, and lots of sex."

Check out the complete review

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Washington Times review of PEMBERLEY HOUSE...

"When super heroes are conflicted"...

Ron Capshaw at the Washington Times has reviewed The Evil in Pemberley House. Choice quotes include: "It is safe to say that Patricia Clarke Wildman has sufficient baggage before she ever sets foot in the Pemberley House of Jane Austen fame" and "'Pemberley' is clearly a love letter rescued from the grave by co-writer Win Scott Eckert to Farmer's aged fans. It is replete with interrelated heroes and perverted sex scenes.

Check out the complete review here, won't you?

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

The Evil in Pemberley House - Limited edition

I have a strong feeling that the Limited Edition of Subterranean Press' The Evil in Pemberley House (which includes a Wold Newton Family tree in the endsheets and a chapbook packed with bonus materials) is very close to selling out.

If anyone out there hasn't gotten a copy, and intends to, now is probably a very good time.

I'm just sayin'.