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My previous real-time reviews of Rhys Hughes fiction:

The Coanda Effect – by Rhys Hughes

Link Arms With Toads! – Rhys Hughes

Sangria in the Sangraal – Rhys Hughes

The Darkest White – Rhys Hughes

The Dooms and Dimensions of Thornton Excelsior – Rhys Hughes

THE DELUSIONS AND TANGENTS OF THORNTON EXCELSIOR by Rhys Hughes

The Truth Spinner – Rhys Hughes

The Brothel Creeper – Rhys Hughes

TALLEST STORIES by Rhys Hughes

The Abnormalities of Stringent Strange

The Young Dictator

Flash in the Pantheon

Rhysop’s Fables

Journeys Beyond Advice

Captains Stupendous

The Lunar Tickle

Bone Idle in the Charnel House

Orpheus on the Underground

Thirty Tributes to Calvino

Mirrors in the Deluge by Rhys Hughes, reviewed by Paulo Brito

Brutal Pantomimes

Elusive Plato – by Rhys Hughes

The Seashell Contract

Mirrors in the Deluge, my review.

Cloud Farming in Wales

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My real-time reviews of other Rhys Hughes stories:
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/this-hermetic-legislature/
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2012/04/29/bfs-journal-spring-2012/
http://horroranthology.wordpress.com/editors-story-by-story-commentary/
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2010/09/27/never-again/
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2010/08/24/where-the-heart-is-gray-friar-press/
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2010/08/20/cinnabars-gnosis/
http://zencore2007.wordpress.com/186-2/ – Fighting Back
http://howivi.wordpress.com/29-2/ – The Quixote Candidate
The Path of Garden Forks
The Secret Passage
Stale Air
THE NINE IMPOSSIBLE TEMPLES OF CHAUD-MELLÉ
Confessions of a Medicated Lurker
Ghost of a Flea
I Want! I Want! by Henry Jovial

One of the stories in DREAMS OF OURSELVES

As a bonus our non-fictional ‘duel of fame’
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2010/08/30/a-duel-of-fame/

Rhys’ ‘denemonisation’ speech in 2002 plus links to his collaborations with me in the comments to that post: http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/rhys-hughes-denemonisation-in-2002/ (showing some other Rhysian completist things in the comments)

RHYS’ REAL-TIME REVIEW OF ‘THE LAST BALCONY’

LEARNING TO FLY has a ‘dying fall’ of bemused wisdom about walking two feet off the ground like a ‘housework angel’ – and many Rhysian fables have, amid their alogical bravado, such subtle techniques of philosophical ‘music’ that enlighten tenuously enough for underlying reveries to sink in optimally upon the brink of you being tantalised to grasp the actual flight of fancy and even simply the rationale or impetus to climb life’s mountain or hill.” – from my RTR of TALLEST STORIES.

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  1. I WANT! I WANT! by Henry Jovial

    Without question, to my mind, this story is a pseudonymous one hiding the authorial identity of Rhys Hughes. It is a clever one riffing on this drawing by William Blake.
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    The message I get is that religion is like wanting something somewhere and wanting the same thing elsewhere. Transportation and conversion in perpetuo moto.
    Now return to the main review HERE.

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