I am very pleased with how the following three recent books have turned out as the Megazanthus Press second editions to The InkerMen Press original publications in 2010/2012 of ‘Weirdtongue’, ‘The Apocryfan’, ‘Yesterfang’ and the ‘Last Balcony’ stories:
My recent topic: Eventernal Slumber
And tomorrow I shall celebrate the first anniversary of my leaving Facebook!
Breaking news: Still available HERE as signed by myself: limited first editions of THE LAST BALCONY (collection and two novellas) and WEIRDTONGUE (novella) following the closure of The InkerMen Press in 2013.
Alternative Megazanthus Press ‘second editions’ published today – ‘Weirdtongue’ as one book and the two novellas only from ‘The Last Balcony’ as another book, both available signed from myself or direct from the printer.
(June 6th 2014): And now a Megazanthus Press reprint of the stories in ‘The Last Balcony’.
Printer links: Weirdtongue — The Apocryfan / Yesterfang – The Last Balcony Stories
More news: I have decided to take a ‘well-earned’ sabbatical from real-time reviewing or dreamcatching books until September.
The books I am currently reading but not intending to review are shown below:
PS: Scrypt’s fascinating forum thread Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder (and Other Morbid Classics).
I think Colin Insole should write a new fiction entitled ‘The Town Crier’ in its literal sense.
In the meantime, I declare my candidacy to become his Bellman.
My review of his debut collection entitled ELEGIES & REQUIEMS (Side Real Press 2013): HERE
Details of his publications: HERE
I am pleased to report that Horror Without Victims is now on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
Front cover by Tony Lovell
Nemonymous Books for sale: HERE (signed by editor/publisher)
The one above contains:
- “The Robot & The Octopus”, Tony Ballantyne
- “Driving In Circles”, Iain Rowan
- “Running Away to Join the Town”, Paul Meloy
- “Solid Gold”, Rachel Kendall
- “George the Baker”, Anonymous
- “The Hills Are Alive”, S. D. Tullis
- “Huntin’ Season”, Monica O’Rourke
- “Well Tempered”, Neil Williamson
- “The Scariest Story I Know”, Scott Edelman
- “New Science”, Gary McMahon
- “Soul Stains”, Robyn Alezanders
- “Grandma’s Two Watches”, Lavie Tidhar
Two of my bookshelves with my collections of Chômu, Megazanthus and Ex Occidente books (plus four from InkerMen) – plus some closer looks in comments below: