Using my 2011 iPad camera, THE POSTS ON THIS BLOG BELOW include many of my on-going photos of Clacton-on-Sea…replaced (12 May 2015) with a new mini-iPad…
Some dreamcatchers – as envisioned by Heather Horsley for the novel ‘Nemonymous Night’
www.nemonymous.com: My other site – Des Lewis Dreamcatcher Real-Time Reviews as nominated for a British Fantasy Award in 2014 & 2015.
Some of the DFL books (including the nine ‘Nemonymous’ editions, ‘Last Balcony’ etc) as written by many different authors and by myself are now out of print, but I usually have copies at original prices, so simply enquire with me personally. I can sign these, too!
My Three Ages
1. 1986-2000 – Over 1000 fiction publications in magazines and anthologies, culminating in the Prime Books ‘Weirdmonger’ collection.
2. 2001-2010 – Publishing nine ‘Nemonymous’ anthologies
3. 2008-2015 – Dreamcatching real-time reviews. [Plus one Chomu novel ‘Nemonymous Night’, one InkerMen collection ‘The Last Balcony’, a Romanian published collection, three novellas that were independently published and three multi-authored anthologies that I published.]
And so ends my series of photos recording the whole process.
… when Clacton’s sea was unusually so blue.
And the wooden groynes hadn’t yet been replaced by fishtails.
I know nothing about this other than what it says here:
<<A new experimental publication called Orthogonal is seeking high-quality fiction stories. Orthogonal will be a “megazanthus”–a composite of anthology and magazine. Because this project is inspired by D.F. Lewis and his publication Nemonymous, all submission must be anonymous.>>
$100 payment per story
I consider this to be an important fiction work (from 1968) that hardly anyone seems to know about.
My report on it is here
Today’s Clacton Airshow…