Brighton Baroque

…and now for something completely different…

Just over a year ago, we had the idea to assemble an anthology of short stories based in the world of the Aletheian Society, largely as something “quick and easy” to keep Jude and Chris busy while Stoo worked his audio production magic. 

How wrong we were…

We put together a pretty awesome table of contents with some amazing contributors (including Stoo, who rather than taking a break from relentless society business decided to write some truly excellent horror instead) and cover art by the fabulous Daisy Abbott, then began the extended business of editing, typesetting, proofreading and assembling the book itself. Somewhere along the line we had the idea of asking the astonishingly talented Catherine Ramsay to illustrate the stories, and the results are outstanding. Then, finally, once we had the volume roughly kicked into shape, we uploaded it to Amazon’s publishing service…

There’s been a lot of swearing since then. 

However, we can now reveal the book in all its glory, available through Amazon in both print and Epub versions. We are also putting together audio versions of the stories contained within it, with the eventual plan of releasing them as an audiobook. 

So here is one of the first to be recorded: Brighton Baroque, by Liam Spinage, read by Allan Relph and produced by Bill Thomas, a charming tale of the Brighton theatrical demi-monde.

You’ll never look at seagulls the same way again.

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