MOUNT ABRAXAS MMXVII
Edited by Damian Murphy and Dan T. Ghetu
Work by Sebastian Montesi, Colin Insole, Alcebiades Diniz Miguel, Rhys Hughes, Stephan Friedman, Andrew Condous, Joseph Dawson, Oliver Smith, Philip Fracassi, Leopald Nacht, Henry Jovial, Thomas Phillips, Karim Ghahwagi, John Howard, Ramon Lasalle, D.P. Watt, Jonathan Wood, Adam S. Cantwell, Deathspell Omega.
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By Alcebiades Diniz Miguel
MOUNT ABRAXAS, Bucharest 1974
Signed by publisher as copy numbered 28/77 in 2016.
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in praise of night and kosmos
edited by damian murphy and geticus polus
l’homme recent bucharest into the indigo abyss mmxv
stories by Andrew Condous, Quentin S. Crisp, John Howard, Thomas Stromsholt, Harold Billings, Alcebiades Diniz, Joseph Dawson, Jonathan Wood, DF Lewis, DP Watt, Stephan Friedman, Avalon Brantley, John Gale, Adam S. Cantwell, Damian Murphy, Colin Insole, Charles Schneider.
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Splinters of Horn and Ivory – Thomas Strømsholt
Illustrations by Louis Soutter
Published by L’Homme Récent
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My review of Thomas Stromsholt’s O ALTITUDO: https://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/o-altitudo/
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“…he also has conversations with street lamps and so on, and writes down what they say. However, the language of street lamps is hard to decipher.”
— from SMOKE by Mark Valentine in INFRA NOIR.
I have just received my purchased copy of INFRA NOIR:
I am astonished as never before at the book’s design inner and outer. Has to be seen to be believed and then appreciated. Artwork galore amid aesthetic materials…no words can do it justice. Linear as well geometrically dislocating.
Edited by D.T. Ghetu
Zagava / Ex Occidente
Smoke by Mark Valentine
Inflammable Materials by Thomas Strømsholt
The Unfolding Map by John Howard
Soot by Dan Watt and Andrzej Welminski
The Salamander Angel by Damian Murphy
The Slaves of Paradise by Colin Insole
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Dan (D.P.) Watt
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