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Some Chômu Press  books I have bought for my shelves.
Links are to my specific real-time reviews.

“Remember You’re a One-Ball!” – by Quentin S. Crisp

I Wonder What Human Flesh Tastes Like by Justin Isis

THE DRACULA PAPERS: Book I: The Scholar’s Tale by Reggie Oliver

Nemonymous Night

Revenants – by Daniel Mills

The Chômu ‘Man Who Collected Machen’ by Mark Samuels

The Life of Polycrates & Other Stories for Antiquated Children by Brendan Connell

The Great Lover – by Michael Cisco

Link Arms With Toads! – Rhys Hughes

Dying to Read – by John Elliott

Jeanette – by Joe Simpson Walker

The Orphan Palace – Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

The Secret Life of the Panda – Nick Jackson

Here Comes The Nice – Jeremy Reed

Dadaoism – a new anthology (from Chômu Press)

Celebrant – by Michael Cisco

Onion Songs – Steve Rasnic Tem

JANE – by PF Jeffery

MEMBER by Michael Cisco

THE GALAXY CLUB by Brendan Connell

Welcome to the Arms Race by Justin Isis

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    12 July 2014 Noon

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    All my WordPress sites, other than this one, have just closed down from today for a Sabbaticess and an intended reconstruction, but all their current content and links will be preserved unchanged. Currently, you may enter these sites by requesting access if you are a WordPress registered user. Nobody will be refused.*

    During this period, if you can’t find a continuation part of any Real-Time Review, you may be able to find it by searching for its second copy here: http://weirdmonger.livejournal.com
    Also you can always obtain from me, duly signed, the complete printed text in book form of any of my past Real-Time Reviews – or direct from the printer at Lulu. Details here: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/rtrs-as-books/
    Non profit to me.

    My ‘Rameau’s Nephew’ site continues unchanged here: http://weirdmonger.blogspot.co.uk

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    [This real-time reviews site is nominated for the 2014 BFS award for non-fiction.]

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