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.
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MOUNT ABRAXAS MMXVIII
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Editors: Alcebiades Diniz Miguel & Jonathan Wood
Work by Brian Howell, Thomas Strømsholt, the editors, Chris Mikul, Anon, Avalon Brantley, Luiz Nazario, Nigel Humphreys.
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Edited by Damian Murphy & N.
MOUNT ABRAXAS 2017
Stories by Eugene Thacker, Douglas Thompson, Justin Isis, Alcebiades Diniz, Rhys Hughes, Thomas Strømsholt, Damian Murphy, Karim Ghahwagi, Jonathan Wood, Adam Golaski, Stephan Friedman, Andrew Condous, Jon Padgett, Colin Insole, D.P. Watt, Adam S. Cantwell, Charles Schneider.
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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.
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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…
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.
My previous reviews of books by this publisher HERE.
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I have just received this book as purchased from the publisher…
Splinters of Horn and Ivory – Thomas Strømsholt
Illustrations by Louis Soutter
Published by L’Homme Récent
My previous reviews of this publisher’s many books HERE
My review of Thomas Stromsholt’s O ALTITUDO: https://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/o-altitudo/
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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
My previous real-time reviews of works by:
Dan (D.P.) Watt
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