SOL ILO QUY FOR PAN

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SOLILOQUY FOR PAN – Edited by Mark Beech

Egaeus Press MMXV

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A real-time review by Des Lewis

I have just received this book as purchased from the publisher.

Anthology: Stories and Artwork

A distressed book to die for. Holding it is believing.

I intend to real-time review this book and, when I do, you will be able to find it in the thought stream below or by clicking on this post’s title above.

a.c. benson, adrian eckersley, bethany van rijswijk, charles schneider, colin insole, d.p. watt, diane champigny, dion fortune, harry fitzgerald, henry woodd nevinson, ivar campbell, john gale, john howard, jonathan wood, lord dunsany, lynda e. rucker, mark valentine, martin jones, nick freeman, nina antonia, r.b. russell, reggie oliver, robert frost, robert louis stevenson, rosanne rabinowitz, sheryl humphrey, stephen j. clark.

Bastards of the Absolute – Adam S. Cantwell

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BASTARDS OF THE ABSOLUTE by Adam S. Cantwell

Egaeus Press MMXV

I recently received this book as purchased from the publisher.

CONTENTS – THE LINKS SHOWING MY EARLIER REVIEWS OF THESE WORKS WHEN FIRST PUBLISHED:

The Face In The Wall

The Filature

Offal

The Notched Sword

Beyond Two Rivers, A Symphonic Poem*

Only For The Crossed-Out

The Curse of Desert and Flesh

Moonpaths of the Departed

The ‘Kuutar’ Concerto

Symphony of Sirens

Orphans on Granite Tides

*first publishd in my own published Book of Classical Music Stories (2012)

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Introduction by George Berguño

Above cover and endpapers: Eduard Wiiralt

Internal artwork by Charles Schneider

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My previous Egaeus Press reviews HERE.

One day, I may real-time review the whole book, by (re)-reading all works and, if I do so, that review will appear in the comment stream below.

The Transfiguration of Mister Punch

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I have just received my purchased copy of the above wonderful-looking book: ‘The Transfiguration of Mister Punch’.

Egaeus Press MCMXIII (published 100 years ago)

It contains three novellas by Charles Schneider (plus a postcard by this author), D.P. Watt and Cate Gardner.

Plus ‘A Brief Preamble’ by Mark Beech: the editor and publisher of possibly the greatest small press magazine of the 1990s: Psychotrope.

I intend to carry out a real-time review of this book in due course.

This review will be shown in the comment stream below as and when I read this book: