The Book of Flowering

EGAEUS PRESS MMXIX

Edited by Mark Beech

My previous reviews of this publisher HERE

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.

When I read this book, my thoughts will appear in the comment stream below…

THE SILENT GARDEN: A Journal of Esoteric Fabulism

B6C596CC-15DF-49EC-948F-1C7A50DB1977

UNDERTOW PUBLICATIONS (My previous reviews of this publisher HERE)

THE SILENT GARDEN COLLECTIVE 2018

Work by D.P. Watt, Brian Evenson, Daniel Mills, Angelos Koutsourakis, Ron Weighell, Nick Mamatas, Mesándel Virtusio Arguelles, Helen Marshall, Rudrapriya Rathore, Patricia Cram, David Whitlam, Marcel Brion, Marian Womack, V.H. Leslie, Reggie Oliver, J.T. Glover, Maurizio Cometto, Georgina Bruce, Kristine Ong Muslim, Rachel S. Cordasco, Edward Gauvin, Vince Haig, Sam Cowan.

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BOOKLORE

ZAGAVA MMXVI

Stories by Reggie Oliver, Jonathan Wood, B. Catling, Avalon Brantley, Daniel Mills, Brendan Connell, Andrew Condous, Martin Hayes, Ray Russell, Colin Insole, Mark Valentine, D.P. Watt, Damian Murphy, Michael Siefner, Paul Wallfisch, Ron Weighell, Chris Mikul, Richard Gavin, Thomas Phillips, Carl Abrahamsson, Andrew Liles, Supervert, Charles Schneider, Thomas Stromsholt, Timothy Jarvis, Alcebiades Diniz Miguel.

When I start real-time reviewing this book, probably in November, my comments will appear in the thought stream below….

Romances of the White Day

A real-time review by Des Lewis
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ROMANCES OF THE WHITE DAY

Stories by John Howard, Mark Valentine and Ron Weighell

in the Tradition of Arthur Machen.

Sarob Press 2015

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

All links above are to my previous real-time reviews upon the subject.

I intend to conduct a real-time review of this book and, when I do, it will be in the thought stream found below or by clicking on the title of this post.