". . . the unknown world is, in truth, about us

everywhere, everywhere near to our feet; the

thinnest veil separates us from it, the door in the wall

of the next street communicates with it."

Arthur Machen

WELCOME 

to the website of Matthew G. Rees, author of Keyhole and other works
Here you will find information about him, his writing, activities & forthcoming events 

For the first time SIGNED COPIES of Matthew G. Rees' celebrated Moscow-set short story 'The Tip' can be bought here. See tab for Keyhole & Other Books. This is the sole format in which this highly-regarded story exists. Delivery worldwide.

NEWS: 'As The Meadow Ends', a new short story of the uncanny by Matthew G. Rees, is to become a podcast in a season of specially-commissioned dark tales. More information here as it becomes available & also at www.facebook.com/matthewgreeswriter 

A YouTube recording of his short story 'Dreamcoat' is available at

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcCsY_YKnG0

RECENT In-depth interview with Matthew G. Rees 

americymru.net

On Keyhole

'A gem of the uncanny. One of the best story collections I've read in ages . . . the Celtic lyricism was just right as an evocation of place and culture, and wit mingled with the chilling most effectively, casting a unique spell on this reader at least' - author and screenwriter Stephen Volk on Keyhole

'A stunning debut from a major new talent . . . superbly crafted and extraordinary tales' - AmeriCymru review of Keyhole

'This is a hugely recommended collection that marks Rees out as a writer capable of spinning tales of vibrant imagination and who is unafraid to peer into strange places'  - Wyrd Britain review of Keyhole

'His great stories are refreshingly different, he paints a startling and detailed portrait of a world slightly askew, and he knows how to cast a spell with a sentence'  -  The Short Story review of Keyhole

'One contemporary writer who I find genuinely interesting is Matthew G. Rees' - Peter Kenny in A Writer's Notebook

'a short, Gogol-esque masterpiece'

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