ELSEWHEN PRESS 2015
My previous Rhys Hughes reviews HERE
When I review this collection, my comments will appear in the thought stream below….
“Stirony” is a word coined here for the first time. The type of thought-stirring story established by Rhys Hughes in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
Gloomy Seahorse Press 2017
My previous reviews of Rhys Hughes HERE.
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FEDOGAN & BREMER 2016
My previous reviews of this book’s editor, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. – HERE
Ramsey Campbell —– THE WORDS BETWEEN
Damien Angelica Walters — Take a Walk in the Night, My Love
Rhys Hughes ——— Confessions of a Medicated Lurker
Robert Levy —— CONVERSION
Maura McHugh — A Rebellious House
David Nickle —– The Long Dream
Janice Lee ——— Eyes Looking
Richard Gavin — Breathing Black Angles
S.P. Miskowski — Somnambule
Nathan Carson — The Projection Booth
Jeffrey Thomas — The Mayor of Ephemera
Nadia Bulkin —— Et Spiritus Sancti
Orrin Grey ——- Blackstone: A Hollywood Gothic
Reggie Oliver —- THE BALLET OF Dr. CALIGARI
Cody Goodfellow — BELLMER’S BRIDE, Or, THE GAME OF THE DOLL
Michael Griffin —– THE INSOMNIAC WHO SLEPT FOREVER
Paul Tremblay — Further Questions for the Somnambulist
Michael Cisco — The Righteousness of Conical Men
Molly Tanzer —– That Nature Which Peers Out in Sleep
Daniel Mills —– A SLEEPING LIFE
John Langan —- To See, To Be Seen
Gemma Files —– CALIGARISM
When I start real-time reviewing these stories (hopefully before Christmas), my comments will appear in the thought stream below….
An anthology edited by Damian Murphy & Geticus Polus
MOUNT ABRAXAS, Bucharest MMXVI
All the artwork by David Herrerias
Fiction work by John Howard, Alcebiades Diniz Miguel, Thomas Strømsholt, Avalon Brantley, Leopold Nacht, Stephan Friedman, Thomas Phillips, Colin Insole, Rhys Hughes, Andrew Condous, Charles Schneider, Jonathan Wood, Adam S. Cantwell, D.P. Watt.
This tome needs to be seen and handled in real life so as to be believed.
My previous reviews of nearly one hundred of this publisher’s books are linked from HERE.
I intend to real-time review this book during October and my comments will appear in the thought stream below…
My previous reviews of Rhys Hughes books here.
When I read Elusive Plato, my comments will appear in the thought stream below.
A real-time review by Paulo Brito.
Mirrors in the Deluge is a collection of 32 unrelated stories that take elements from fantasy, science fiction, horror and other genres and give them a lateral shift. Like much of Rhys’ work these quirky tales between them encompass parody, pastiche and puns. The fun, as ever, starts with the title of each story – gently leading an unsuspecting reader into preconceived ideas and expectations; expectations that are soon spun around, turned on their head (or other extremities), and pushed in an unexpected direction. Thus, even a saunter through the contents page is already a hugely entertaining experience and one more akin to savouring the hors d’oeuvres of a grand banquet than consulting a list of shortcuts into a literary tome.
# quote from http://elsewhen.alnpetepress.co.uk
“Mirrors in the Deluge by Rhys Hughes ” it was published by Elsewhen Press.
I will do soon a gastronomic review.
SENSORAMA March 2015
I have just received from Eibonvale Press my purchased copy of this anthology edited by Allen Ashley:
Cover by David Rix
The stories are written by Gary Budgen, Richard Mosses, Ian Hunter, Christine Morgan, Aliya Whiteley, Adam Craig, Mark Patrick Lynch, Rhys Hughes, E. Lillith McDermott, Douglas Thompson, David McGroarty, David Gullen, Kelda Crich, Ralph Robert Moore, Jon Michael Kelley, Terry Grimwood, David Turnbull, David Buchan, T.J. Berg, Stanley B. Webb, Tim Nickels.
When I happen to read this book, I intend to real-time review it in the comment stream below…