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Book versions of my reviews to crystallise them as ‘unchangeable’ and to provide the chance of my signing any particular reviews.

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Above non-profit books are raw transcripts from internet to print – please enquire if you would like to buy signed copies from me: dflewis48@hotmail.com

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SAMPLE PAGES OF Gestalt Real-Time Reviews Vol. 36.

I don’t normally worry about signed books myself, but it seems to me that these books are a crystallisation of internet posts, i.e. making such posts ‘unchangeable’. The text flows from page to page without human intervention. For tangible provenance you may need them signed by me on any review you’re interested in or at the front of the book or both.

Or you can order them unsigned straight from the printer: Volumes ONE and TWO and THREE and FOUR and FIVE. and SIX and SEVEN and EIGHT and NINE and TEN and ELEVEN and TWELVE and THIRTEEN and FOURTEEN and FIFTEEN and SIXTEEN and SEVENTEEN and EIGHTEEN and NINETEEN and TWENTY and TWENTY-ONE and TWENTY-TWO and TWENTY-THREE and TWENTY-FOUR and TWENTY-FIVE and TWENTY-SIX and TWENTY-SEVEN and TWENTY-EIGHT and TWENTY-NINE and THIRTY and THIRTY-ONE and THIRTY-TWO and THIRTY-THREE and THIRTY-FOUR and THIRTY-FIVE and THIRTY-SIX and THIRTY-SEVEN and THIRTY-EIGHT and THIRTY-NINE and FORTY and FORTY-ONE and FORTY-TWO and FORTY-THREE and FORTY-FOUR and FORTY-FIVE and FORTY-SIX and FORTY-SEVEN and FORTY-EIGHT and FORTY-NINE and FIFTY and FIFTY-ONE and FIFTY-TWO and FIFTY-THREE and FIFTY-FOUR.

The first cover photograph is from the Glyptotek Museum, Copenhagen, taken by myself in October 2010. Coincidentally, my very first real-time review in November 2008 concerned a book entitled ‘Glyphotech’ by Mark Samuels.

The contents of Volumes 44 to 54 are shown below (there are no contents lists printed in the books):

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FULL CONTENTS LISTS FROM VOLUME ONE ONWARD HERE: https://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/22477-2/

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VOLUME 44

4321 by Paul Auster

KA: Dar Oakley by John Crowley

You Should Come With Me Now by M John Harrison

Theatre of Curious Acts by Cate Gardner

The Drowning Girl by Caitlín R. Kiernan

Pretty Marys All In A Row by Gwendolyn Kiste

Behind You by Ralph Robert Moore

Wound of Wounds

Shiloh by Philip Fracassi

The Scarlet Soul edited by Mark Valentine

How I Learned The Truth About Krampus by Tom Johnstone

The Prozess Manifestations by Mark Samuels

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VOLUME 45

Worming The Harpy)
The Smell of Telescopes)
Stories from a Lost Anthology) – Rhys Hughes

The White Road by Ron Weighell

The Demons of King Solomon

The Drone Outside by Kristine Ong Muslim

Cry Your Way Home by Damien Angelica Walters

The Prozess Manifestations by Mark Samuels

She Sleeps by R.B. Russell

Sacculina by Philip Fracassi

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VOLUME 46

Behold The Void by Philip Fracassi

Test Patterns

The Stay-Awake Men by Matthew M. Bartlett

Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction #61

Fragile Dreams by Philip Fracassi

The Egotist by Philip Fracassi

Psammomancy by Mark Valentine & Brian Lavelle

Best British Short Stories 2017

The Ammonite Violin & Others by Caitlín R. Kiernan

Great British Horror 2: Dark Satanic Mills

Best British Short Stories 2011

The Uncertainty Of All Earthly Things by Mark Valentine

I Wish I Was Like You by S.P. Miskowski

Death Makes Strangers Of Us All by R.B. Russell

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VOLUME 47

Black Static #62 / Interzone #274

Best British Short Stories 2012

Of Doomful Portent: Matthew M. Bartlett

A Spy In The Panopticon / The Notary & Other Stories by Damian Murphy

All The Fabulous Beasts by Priya Sharma

Best British Short Stories 2013

Murmurations: Edited by Nicholas Royle

The Good Terrorist by Doris Lessing

VASTARIEN: A Literary Journal

Tree Spirit by Michael Eisele

Welcome to Sugarville by J.J. Haas

Best British Short Stories 2014

The Chameleon by Samuel Fisher

How Many Times? by Rhys Hughes

Resonance & Revolt by Rosanne Rabinowitz

Supernatural Tales 37

The Mendicant of the Books / The Itinerant follows me

The Nectar of Nightmares by Craig Laurance Gidney

The Parry and the Lunge by David Mathew

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VOLUME 48

Best British Short Stories 2015

Best British Short Stories 2016

Drowning in Beauty

And Her Smile Will Untether The Universe by Gwendolyn Kiste

CLOCKS by Jason E. Rolfe

Sick Dice by David Mathew

Crimewave 13

Black Static 63

Run Over While Staring At A Woman’s Legs by Antony Mann

Interzone 275

The Fallen West by Douglas Thompson

Book of the Sea

Orient Air Express by Paul Morand

A Suggestion of Ghosts – Supernatural Fiction by Women 1854 – 1900

The Dummy & Other Uncanny Stories by Nicholas Royle

The Feathered Bough by Stephen J. Clark

The Hook – Florence Sunnen / Living Together – Matt Thomas

To Charles Fort With Love by Caitlín R. Kiernan

Answered Prayers by Truman Capote

The Boke of the Divill by Reggie Oliver

Taking Care of Frank by Antony Mann

The Best Horror of the Year – Volume Ten

Valerie and Other Stories by Colin Insole

Selected Poems of Fiona Pitt-Kethley

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VOLUME 49

Golden House by Salman Rushdie

Aiaigasa by Quentin S. Crisp

Sparks From The Fire by Rosalie Parker

We are all Falling Towards the Centre of the Earth by Julie Travis

The Dissolution of Small Worlds by Kurt Fawver

Best British Short Stories 2018

Pleasant Tales II by Justin Isis

Figurehead by Carly Holmes

Tears for Europa by D.P. Watt

Black Static #64

Interzone #276

Vastarien: A Literary Journal Issue 2

6 Shorts 2013 – 2017 (Sunday Times / EFG)

Transit by Rachel Cusk

Dreadnought FleX by David Mathew

The Secretariat of Tenebrous Anatomies by Karim Ghahwagi & Bethany White.

GAMBLE by Kerry Hadley-Pryce

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VOLUME 50

Black Helicopters by Caitlín R. Kiernan

Overnight by Philip Fracassi

Inner Europe by John Howard & Mark Valentine

Vulgar Things by Lee Rourke

The Rings of Saturn by W.G. Sebald

Life, Be Still! by H.A. Manhood

Age of Blight by Kristine Ong Muslim

The Canal by Lee Rourke

The Message by Philippa Holloway and The Violet Eye by Mike Fox

Uncertainties Vol. III

The Dance of Abraxas by Benjamin Tweddell

Interzone 277

Black Static 65

The Star of Gnosia by Damian Murphy

I Ain’t Got No Home In This World Anymore by Mike Sauve

Nightscript Vol. 4

Everyday by Lee Rourke

Melmoth by Sarah Perry

Uncommon Miracles by Julie C. Day

Best British Horror 2018

New Fears 2

The Rhododendron Boy by Colin Insole

Nothing is Everything by Simon Strantzas

The Silver Wind by Nina Allan

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VOLUME 51

Touching Distances by Anne Cluysenaar

Netsuke by Rikki Ducornet

Collected Stories of Vladimir Nabokov (part one)

The Early Bird Catches the Worm but the Wise Worm Stays in Bed by Rhys Hughes

Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Volume 5

Splendid in Ash by Charles Wilkinson

The Alchemy Press Book of Horrors

Humanagerie

Infra-Noir, The Literary Gazette #1

The Friendly Examiner by Louis Marvick

The Suicide Machine by Douglas Thompson

The Rust Maidens by Gwendolyn Kiste

Vastarien #3

Test Patterns: Creature Features

The Garden of Ruin, God of the Rain by Mark Valentine

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VOLUME 52

Hidden Folk by C.M. Muller

The Angry Red Planet by Ralph Robert Moore

The Complete Stories of Vladimir Nabokov (Part Two)

The Dinosaur Tourist by Caitlín R. Kiernan

Interzone 278

Black Static 66

The Bellboy by Rebecca Lloyd

Ancient Cities by Jonathan Wood

The Sorrows and the Furies by Thomas Strømsholt

The Metapheromenoi by Brendan Connell

at the setting of the sun by MPN Sims

She Said Destroy by Nadia Bulkin

The Ballet of Dr Caligari and Madder Mysteries by Reggie Oliver

Interzone #279

Black Static #67

The Blind Cinephile by Alcebiades Diniz Miguel

The Rumour by Lesley Kara

All The Names They Used For God by Anjali Sachdeva

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VOLUME 53

The Clockworm by Karen Heuler

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

The Book of Flowering

This Wounded Island by J.W. Böhm

Blacker Against The Deep Dark by Alexander Zelanyj

Non-Syncopated Alignments And Corporeal Jurisdictions (Stories) by Thomas Phillips

A Distasteful Horror Story by Johnny Mains

The Harvest Child and Other Fantasies by Steve Rasnic Tem

The Portswick Imp by Michael W. Thomas

Twice-Told – A Collection of Doubles

Psalms of the Magistrate by Damian Murphy

A Thread of Truth by Nina Allan

I Dream Of Mirrors by Chris Kelso

Collision by J.S. Breukelaar

The Migration – Helen Marshall

Sefira & Other Betrayals – John Langan

Black Static #68

Interzone #280

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VOLUME 54

Whiskey Tales by Jean Ray

Vastarien, Vol. 2 No. 1

The Very Best of Caitlín R. Kiernan

Everything Is Fine Now by Steve Rasnic Tem

Mombasa Madrigal and Other African Escapades by Rhys Hughes

Excavation by Steve Rasnic Tem

Broad Moor by Alison Moore

Jutland by Lucie McKnight Hardy

The Salix Arcana by Benjamin Tweddell

The Best of R.A. Lafferty

The House of Wounds by Georgina Bruce

The Man Who Murdered His Muse by James Champagne

Some Pink Star by Sophie Essex

The Uneasy by Andrew Hook

Third Instar by David Gullen

Family Matters by Gaurav Monga

Their Dark & Secret Alchemy

Eyelidiad by Rhys Hughes

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