…with perhaps only one brave soul.
See comments in that FB post.
We All Hear Stories in the Dark (PS Publishing May 2020)
My review starts here: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2020/07/02/we-all-hear-stories-in-the-dark-robert-shearman/
We All Shear Stories In The Dark.
PS Publishing / Drugstore Indian Press 2020
Cover and interior art: Reggie Oliver
My previous reviews of Robert Shearman: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/tag/robert-shearman/ and of this publisher: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/tag/ps-publishing/ and of this artist: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/reggie-oliver/
When I read these three massive volumes, Covfefe permitting, my thoughts will start to be shown in the comment stream below…
Look at what just arrived!
(Placed very carefully on a newly cleaned floor).
DABBLING WITH DIABELLI
A taster story from the new DFL collection ‘Dabbling With Diabelli’ entitled
THE RICH MASKERY OF LIFE (a revision completed in 2013):
Under the skin of the available work of D.F. Lewis:
An extract from an early story…
Nondescript? – but it has a sign outside!
PLEASE SEE MY POST ON A BRIEF VISIT TO BONNYVILLE: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2020/06/26/a-brief-visit-to-bonnyville-2/
Other apparent co-vivid prophecies can be found in my 2011 novel NEMONYMOUS NIGHT (Chômu Press): https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2020/04/22/not-forgetting-sunnemo/
I wrote this at above link on 22 April:
“Covid-19 is in itself a truly dreadful global event. Deep sympathy to all of us. Whatever science fiction I somehow dreamt up in 2011 does not change that fact. Even if Covid’s potential side effect may positively help alter the eventual course of the planetary climate change disaster, nothing can alleviate any of the dire predicaments facing us all today. (My wife and I are in our seventies with already underlying health weaknesses.)”
Nothing has changed since then.
“He assumed the child was wearing a mask, until it became clear that the smooth skin stretched tightly across its cheekbones formed its real face.” — Justin Isis (Fake Ass Lawyers)
“But if you look hard enough, you can read rubbish as clearly as any great literature. And . . . it all has stories to tell if you can find them.”
— David Rix (FEATHER: Tales of Isolation and Descent)
EDIT: see later first comment below