Monday, 22 March 2010

The Irish Mythology Anthology - Coming Very Soon...

Another great anthology from Morrigan Books and yet another fantastic cover from Reece Notley:


Edited by Gerard Brennan & Mike Stone

Requiems for the Departed
Irish Crime, Irish Myths.


It has been said before, that every story has already been told.

Maybe so. But if you’ve got the gift of the gab, you can tell the same tale as often as you like and still give it a life of its own every time.

Requiems for the Departed flaunts that gift seventeen times over with top shelf stories from Ken Bruen, Maxim Jakubowski, Stuart Neville, Brian McGilloway, Adrian McKinty, Sam Millar, John Grant, Garry Kilworth, and many more.

The children of Conchobar are back to their old mischievous ways. Ancient Celtic royalty, druids and banshees are set loose in the new Irish underbelly with murder and mayhem on their minds.

Requiems for the Departed contains seventeen short stories, inspired by Irish mythology, from some of the finest contemporary writers in the business.

PUBLICATION DATE: 1st June 2010

Requiems for the Departed
Stories:

Queen of the Hill - Stuart Neville
Hound of Culann - Tony Black
Hats off to Mary - Garry Kilworth
Sliabh Ban - Arlene Hunt
Red Hand of Ulster - Sam Millar
She Wails Through the Fair - Ken Bruen
A Price to Pay - Maxim Jakubowski
Red Milk - T. A. Moore
Bog Man - John McAllister
The Sea is Not Full - Una McCormack
The Druid's Dance - Tony Bailie
Children of Gear - Neville Thompson
Diarmid and Grainne - Adrian McKinty
The Fortunate Isles - Dave Hutchinson
First to Score - Garbhan Downey
Fisherman's Blues - Brian McGilloway
The Life Business - John Grant

Pre-orders can be made soon

13 comments:

Gordon Harries said...

Looks A'ight.

Count me in.

Declan Burke said...

Looks terrific, squire ... a credit to all involved.

Cheers, Dec

Paul D. Brazill said...

THAT does look good.

seana said...

Looks like a fantastic lineup. Now I'm wondering how easy it's going to be to get a copy of this across the pond here.

critical mick said...

Is the anthology going be available on amazon.co.uk? Went over to pre-order me a copy but they claimed to never have heard of you (the jerks).

Oh, and CONGRATS ALL!! by the way!

Mick

Michael Stone said...

Thanks for the enthusiasm, folks. Hope Gerard doesn't mind me sticking my beak in, but I can answer the questions on availability. The book will be available via Amazon.com and .co.uk in paper or Kindle versions.

Alan Griffiths said...

Looks a super anthology and many congrats to Gerard and Michael on their editing duties.

Kind regards.

Gerard Brennan said...

Thanks everybody (and Mike, step in any time you want. If it saves me a few seconds it's fine by me), all enthusiasm appreciated.

Stay tuned.

Cheers

gb

Adrian said...

Mike, Ger

Amazon.com too eh?

Excellent.

jerrygordon said...

Fantastic lineup and cover, guys. I'm looking forward to reading this one!

seana said...

Well, I'm going to have to step over a line I don't usually cross. But I'll make an exception in this case. I can check if it's available in the U.S. yet, but if not can you guys let us know?

seana said...

OK, not showing up yet. But it did lead to some interesting search results...

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