Lost Signals

Lost Signals

Max Booth III Lori Michelle James Newman George Cotronis Tony Burgess Damien Angelica Walters John C. Foster Scott Nicolay / Jun 24, 2019

Lost Signals What s that sound Do you feel it The signals are already inside you You never even had a chance Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing brings you Lost Signals a tome of horror fiction featuring radio wa

  • Title: Lost Signals
  • Author: Max Booth III Lori Michelle James Newman George Cotronis Tony Burgess Damien Angelica Walters John C. Foster Scott Nicolay
  • ISBN: 9781943720088
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s that sound Do you feel it The signals are already inside you You never even had a chance.Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing brings you Lost Signals, a tome of horror fiction featuring radio waves, numbers stations, rogue transmissions, and other unimaginable sounds you only wish were fiction Forget about what s hiding in the shadows, and start worrying about whaWhat s that sound Do you feel it The signals are already inside you You never even had a chance.Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing brings you Lost Signals, a tome of horror fiction featuring radio waves, numbers stations, rogue transmissions, and other unimaginable sounds you only wish were fiction Forget about what s hiding in the shadows, and start worrying about what s hiding in the dead air.Edited by Max Booth III and Lori Michelle, featuring a front cover design by Matthew Revert and 25 interior illustrations by Luke Spooner, this 130,000 word collection is a must have for any serious fan of horror.

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      • Max Booth III Lori Michelle James Newman George Cotronis Tony Burgess Damien Angelica Walters John C. Foster Scott Nicolay

        Max Booth III is the author of four novels His mom has read at least one of them He s the Editor in Chief of Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing and an ongoing columnist at Litreactor He works as a hotel night auditor in a small town outside San Antonio, TX Follow him on Twitter GiveMeYourTeeth and visit him at talesfromthebooth.


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    1. Themed anthologies can tend to have a problem of too much "sameness" about them. But do not have those trepidations with "Lost Signals" edited by Max Booth III. There are some powerful stories here written by (in some cases) relatively unknown authors. Don't get me wrong, there is some great work hee from Matthew Bartlet, T.E. Grau, Michael Paul Gonzalez, Damien Angelica Walters and James Newman. I recommend applying portion control in consuming the variety plate on offer here. I tried to limit [...]


    2. Given that I'm notorious for being an short story anthology grump, the long-awaited LOST SIGNALS was some of the best time I've had reading one. The best stories were Paul Michael Anderson's dark and suffocating "All That you Leave Behind" and T.E Grau's contemporary classic "Transmission" followed by Damien Angelica Walters' "Little Girl Blue Come Cry Your Way Home", George Cotronis' "Darkhorse Actual", Amanda Hard's "Rosabelle Believe" and John C. Foster's twisted and oddly sassy "Armageddon B [...]


    3. It has been a big year for anthologies, particularly within the horror genre. Grey Matter Press have continued their excellent run of form and Crystal Lake Publishing recently released ‘Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories’ – a collection that I will be reading in the not to distant future and one that features heavyweights Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker to name but two.So where does this leave ‘Lost Signals’?, the latest release from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing As is often the case wit [...]


    4. How to properly read this book:* Be alone. Go into your bedroom, close the door.* Find recordings of EVPS, television/radio static, Numbers Stations. Turn them on, listen while reading.* Turn off the light. Read by candlelight, Christmas tree lights, kindle lights, whatever is dim.* Hope that you don't fall asleep and have strange transmissions invade your dreams.(I received an e-copy of the book from the publishers in exchange for a review)


    5. I'll be writing a full length review of this later in the week, but wanted to put a quick two cents in here.Lost Signals is brilliant in concept and even more so in execution. With outstanding and disturbing stories by T. E. Grau, Gabino Iglesias, John Foster, and others it's a who's who of some of the best voices in short genre fiction. I highly recommend this book.


    6. The concept didn’t seem very appealing to me, at first, but the more stories I read, the more I began to appreciate how original some of the ideas were. Nearly every story in Lost Signals is about personal horror; many stories have characters that connect very well to each other, with relationships that must endure whatever horrific conflict is transpiring. There are a couple of exceptions; arguably, there is only one story that brings in shock value, but its presence in the collection is time [...]


    7. PMM Publishing is no stranger to deliver extremely original works, and Lost Signals is the umpteenth example of a well curated collection of compelling stories. I couldn't help appreciating the cure that has been put into this anthology -from the cover to the great illustrations, everything is perfect. Each and every story is beautifully written -fluent and engaging, this book will absorb you completely. Read more on The Serial Reader Blog.


    8. I received a free ARCI am having a really hard time expressing how I feel about this anthology. Anthologies are always hit or miss for me because it's very rare that I love every story and when I hit one I don't love it's hard for me to get back into the groove of reading. So it took me awhile to get through this book, and then it took me awhile to get this review written.I suppose the best I can say about the stories in this book is that they are overall pretty good. Some I really could not sta [...]


    9. This was awesome, every single story in this collection is fantastic. You might think that a collection of short stories featuring transmissions, radio stations and other electrical signals might be a strange idea but it works brilliantly! The stories chosen for the anthology work really well together and the order of the stories must have been really thought through, it feels that each story shares a theme with the story that precedes and follows it.The anthology also features some of the best [...]


    10. Not taking my own story into account, I give this antho 4 out of 5 stars. (My story bumps it up to a 5, suckaz!)Seriously tho, so much talent, grateful to be a part of this.


    11. This is a long collection, and it took me a long time to get through it, chipping away here and there. I definitely found a good few winners -- the entries by Dyer Wilk, Gabino Iglesias, and James Newman come to mind in particular. I labored with a fair number of them, though, both stylistically and in forming a connection with the concept. I'd have liked it if more of them were short and sharp like Newman's.


    12. As with most anthologies, the quality of the individual stories varies in Lost Signals and while a few didn't do much for me, the collection overall is well worth reading if you enjoy horror.A lot of enjoyment comes from how the authors make use of the broad theme of the book, with the inevitable stories about weird radio transmissions, and others that get even weirder, darker or both. There are references to the Cthulhu mythos, Twilight Zone-ish dead people calling on phones, jovial electronic [...]


    13. This eclectic anthology is jam packed with stories. My favorites included three tales of obsession: "Children of a German Autumn" by Matt Andrew, "The Small Hours" by Vince Darcangelo, and "Hush" by Regina Solomond. The rich sensory details of Andrew's eerie tale transport the reader seamlessly to the story world of East Berlin in 1977 and 1992, where a mother strives to protect her son. Derangeleo's protagonist grapples with the psychotic pull of the Lurking Man entrenched within his psyche. So [...]


    14. I did not finish all the stories in this book. The first two were easily the best and strongest of the bunch I have read, but the further I went the more perplexed I was. The writing was never bad, and most of the stories had an interesting hook, but a lot of them just went absolutely nowhere and failed to be interesting after few pages. Which is a shame because this anthology seemed like it was written for me (I love horror and am fascinated by strange radio transmissions, lost stations etc.). [...]


    15. This was a very strong collection and a lot of fun! While there were some forgettable stories, most of them were intriguing and well-written and creepy. The theme was fascinating and I feel like each of the stories tackled it in a different way so the collection didn't feel repetitive or redundant. I also really loved the way it endedtely on a very strong note!



    16. There were some definite misses in here, including the very last story in the book, which was kind of a sour note to end on, but most of these were definitely strange and wonderful examples of new weird. Lots of old gods and lost travelers. Definitely worth a read for fans of numbers stations, Lovecraft, or PNWS.


    17. I loved everything about this book. The cover by Matthew Revert is brilliant. The introduction by Scott Nicolay reads like it could have been an entry on its own, his tone is that light and entertaining. And every story is thoroughly well written and original and utterly engaging. Standout entries for me include Amanda Hard's 'Rosabelle Believe' which was unexpectedly touching, T.E. Grau's 'Transmission' which brought the cosmic horror in spades, 'Armaggedon Baby' by John C. Foster which had som [...]


    18. Another great offering from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing. This one is a themed anthology with the connecting factor being creepy signals random radio waves, creepy messages from who-knows-where, numbers stations, even strange glimpses from parallel alternate versions of one's own life. All these and more are here to entertain you, to freak you out, and often to make your jaw just drop in amazement. Lots of great stories here from great authors. Everything here is pretty much top-notch, bu [...]


    19. An acceptable collection of "wireless" weird fiction stories. Only three stars because most of the stories were too long for my taste. Made me realize how difficult it is to write really outstanding weird fiction. The best ones were:Four stars:The night wire - H.F. Arnold - from 1926 !Transmission - T.E. GrauThe givens sensor board - Josh MalermanThree stars:Hush - Regina SolomondThe small hours - Vince DarchangeloFeedback loop - Joshua ChaplinskyHow the light gets in - Michael Paul GonzalezThe [...]




    20. A mixed bag but none of the stories was truly terrible. The major problem with most was they would have benefited from being a bit longer.


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