There is a new review, by Andrew Darlington, of Fables and Fabrications, see here for the full essay.
Fables and Fabrications, by Jan Edwards, is described as:
You’ll be drawn to this book – in her words, like a hungry she-bear scenting tethered sheep. Announced as ‘fourteen tales of mystery, mirth and the macabre’ this is not the grind-core slasher-horror of gut-wrenching torture-porn, more the luring strangeness of some lost golden age.
The book is available in print and Kindle versions via Amazon.