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Saboteur Awards: The Results

Three more in-depth write ups of each category have been written elsewhere. For a summary of the Best Spoken Word Show, Regular Spoken Word Night, Spoken Word Performer, and One Off Event, click here. For a summary of the Best Anthologies, Pamphlets, Publishers and Reviewers categories, click here. For the Best Novella, Best Short Story Collection, Best…

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No Christmas by Evangeline Jennings

-Reviewed by Andie Berryman– No Christmas is the twelfth single in the Pankhearst Femme Noir line, authored by head honcho Evangeline Jennings herself. ‘A heartwarming tale of faith and conservative family values’ says the blurb, but given this is Evangeline Jennings the only heartwarming thing is realising your heart is still beating by the end…

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Saboteur Awards: Best Novella

This month, we will showcase each of the works shortlisted in the Saboteur Awards by category. We’re starting with novellas, giving you a glimpse into each work. If you’d like to have your say in the awards, don’t forget to vote! Chloe Caldwell, Women (SF/LD Books) “So excited and honored to be nominated—I wish I…

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Saboteur Awards 2015: The Shortlist

Over a thousand people placed their nominations to determine the shortlist for this year’s Saboteur Awards. The shortlist represents the works, writers and publishers who received the most nominations in each category. From a Pakistan-based online magazine, to a one-off performance in an eighteenth-century grotto, the works shortlisted have enormous breadth. The shortlist includes young writers…

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Saboteur Awards 2015

The 2015 Saboteur Awards are now open for nominations until 30th April! This is your chance to tell us about the works that really stood out for you in the last year (since 30th April 2014). There are no panels of judges, just public voting. You need to nominate in three categories for your vote…

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‘Literary Jury Duty': Why Reviewing Matters.

Nominations for the next Saboteur Awards will open on 1st April. As we look towards them, here is what Afric McGlinchey, runner up in last year’s Best Reviewer Award, has to say about the award and reviewing poetry. I’m guessing that most reviewers are themselves poets. Many of us know that heart-in-mouth feeling of waiting…

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Poetry Round-Up 2014

-by Claire Trévien- It’s been a busy year for published poetry over at Sabotage Reviews, we’ve reviewed in the last year around 124 poetry titles, including anthologies, pamphlets, collections, and magazines. This increase in activity is all due to our wonderful reviewers, which includes regulars who’ve been writing for us for a few years now…

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Fiction Round-Up 2014

-Compiled by Richard T. Watson– It’s time once again to look back at the past twelve months and raise a warm drink to the ever-dark nights, mornings, evenings, and, increasingly, afternoons. I’ve gone with mulled wine. ‘Tis the season, you know, for holding back the night and lighting up the dark. [Apologies for those not…

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Escape Kit by William Thirsk-Gaskill

 -Reviewed by Sarah Gonnet– One of the main advantages of writing a novella instead of a full-length novel is the energy the shorter form allows for. William Thirsk-Gaskill takes full advantage of this. He creates voices for his characters that are spikey with humour and poetic sensitivities. The nuances and everyday characteristics of the characters…


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