Just received two books with work by Alcebiades Diniz Miguel and Damian Murphy.
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RAPHUS PRESS MMXIX
Edited by Alcebiades Diniz Miguel
Stories by Ramon Lasalle, Rhys Hughes, Fernando Naporano, Justin Isis, Fábio Waki, Jonathan Wood, Chris Mikul, D.P. Watt, Thomas Phillips, Stephan Friedman, Tristan Corbière, Adam Cantwell.
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My previous reviews of the two authors and the publisher:
RAPHUS PRESS MMXIX
Edited by Alcebiades Diniz
Work by Rhys Hughes, Mark Valentine, John Howard, Fábio Waki, Thomas Phillips, Alcebiades Diniz Miguel, Justin Isis, Jonathan Wood, Stephan Friedman, Brendan Connell, D.P. Watt, Adam Cantwell, Eric Stener Carlson, Fernando Klabin, Roman Lasalle.
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Raphus Press 2017
“With a unusual essay by Alcebiades Diniz Miguel”
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RAPHUS PRESS mmxviii
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Raphus Press 2018
“, jumping from darkness to even more dense darkness,”
A story that is the smallest discretely published item of fiction I have so far reviewed, and so far, indeed, it never ends, a Zeno’s Paradox vision of what the title implies with his consciousness ever being the film itself projecting in a magnificently archetypal cinema. A projection, as extrapolation, of such an archetype. Never ends as I deliberately make myself fall short of finishing it. I have already glimpsed its last word, you see, or think I have done so. Real-time and gestalt are mutually contradictory possibilities, after all. Ever spoiling, spooling…
Editors: Alcebiades Diniz Miguel & Jonathan Wood
Work by Brian Howell, Thomas Strømsholt, the editors, Chris Mikul, Anon, Avalon Brantley, Luiz Nazario, Nigel Humphreys.
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