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THE DREAMCATCHER ‘DYSFUNCTION’ ROOM

Exploring what fiction can actually achieve physically in the brain as well as mentally or spiritually. It’s meant as a positive for a book to be listed on this page, as a work reaching beyond even the hyper-imaginative.
Links are to the real-time reviews.

The Function Room: The Kollection by Matt Leyshon
Islington Crocodiles – Paul Meloy
The English Soil Society – by Tim Nickels
THE DARK TOWER SERIES by Stephen King
Rameau’s Nephew by Denis Diderot
The Inmates – John Cowper Powys
THE MERCURY ANNUAL / PILGRIMS AT THE WHITE HORIZON by Michael Wyndham Thomas
MEMBER by Michael Cisco
Finnegans Wake by James Joyce
Letters of Oblivion by Andrew Condous
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath by HP Lovecraft
Ana Kai Tangata – Scott Nicolay
AREA X – Jeff VanderMeer
TRISTRAM SHANDY by Laurence Sterne
The King In Yellow – by Robert W. Chambers
THE FAMILIAR – Mark Z. Danielewski
The Infusorium – Jon Padgett
The Sacred Fount by Henry James
DREAMCATCHER by Stephen King
The King in Yellow Tales, Vol. 1 by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
EXTINCTION by Thomas Bernhard
A Choir of Ill Children by Tom Piccirilli

Any future additions to this room will be shown in comments below.

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  1. The list above was created on 30 July 2015, as recorded in the comment streams of many of the real-time reviews themselves.
    Any new additions will be recorded below in this comment stream…

  2. By the way, my two tentative contenders from my own work for entry into the Dysfuntion Room:

    Weirdtonue: The Glistenberry Romance: Visit to the Narrative Hospital (novella)

    Nemonymous Night (novel)

    • Mr. Lewis,
      I am quite flattered to have been inducted into the ‘DYSFUNCTION’ ROOM. Thank you for your inspirational insight and exploration of my stories. I am humbled.

      Sincerely,
      Christopher Slatsky

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