Crooked Houses

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EGAEUS PRESS MMXX

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Stories by Rebecca Kuder, Richard Gavin, Colin Insole, Helen Grant, Steve Duffy, Reggie Oliver, David Surface, John Gale, Albert Power, Lynda E. Rucker, Mark Valentine, Carly Holmes, James Doig, Rebecca Lloyd, Katherine Haynes, Jane Jakeman, Timothy Granville
Edited by Mark Beech

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The Moon In A Silver Bag – Colin Insole

MOUNT ABRAXAS PRESS, Isolationist Publisher, MMXX
The Carnival of the Drowned, plus
Oblivion’s Poppy MMX
Alcyone MMXI
“This Edition has been printed in Six Days in January, MMXXI, at the House of Pareidolia in Bucharest.”

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The Book of Flowering

EGAEUS PRESS MMXIX

Edited by Mark Beech

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Works by Mark Valentine, Tiffani Angus, Sheryl Humphrey, Timothy J. Jarvis, Ron Weighell, John Gale, Reggie Oliver, D.P. Watt, Colin Insole, Alison Littlewood, Damian Murphy, Rebecca Kuder, Mat Joiner, N.A. Jackson, V.H. Leslie, Jonathan Wood, Charles Schneider, Thomas Strømsholt.

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Book of the Sea

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EDITED BY MARK BEECH

EGAEUS PRESS MMXVIII

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“Being a collection of weird new writings” by David Yates, Rosalie Parker, Tom Johnstone, Stephen J. Clark, Karim Ghahwagi, Colin Fisher, Jane Jakeman, Michael R. Colangelo, Colin Insole, Jonathan Eeds, Albert Power, Martin Jones, S.A. Rennie, Charles Schneider, Jonathan Wood, Tim Foley, Joseph Dawson, D.F. Lewis, George Berguño, Richard Sheppard, Steven Pirie.

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