Thursday, May 1, 2014
Sunday, January 5, 2014
I was honored and proud to roll up my sleeves and help Eraserhead/Deadite editorial get this issue rolled out. Included are an interview I did with Lucius Shepard... who is recovering well and posting again online, much to my delight... and a review of a nine-headed creature I met called 65 STIRRUP IRON ROAD... Click here.
Sunday, December 1, 2013
CLICK HERE This is a really wonderful thing and I am speechless. Three cheers. My entry in The Science Fiction Encyclopedia...despite previous Firefox issue that clipped the wrong link, my apologies. Link is fixed now. Mad, mammoth, mutant props to John Clute, David Langford and everyone working on this massive undertaking.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
This Just In... And this "The Theatre and its Double" by Edward Morris Morris's story left my head spinning. It's totally packed with inspirations, names and histories ricocheting off in all directions. Strongly poetic, surreal and disturbing. There's such a dense concentration of ideas and sensory details I barely absorbed half of it on first read. Inscrutable, uncompromising, inspired and very intelligent. griffinwords.wordpress.com | [ Hypnos ] www.hypnos.com
Monday, November 12, 2012
Thursday, October 25, 2012
(click the quote): Stories occasionally transcend genre. In 1895 The King in Yellow did this very thing. In 2012 Edward Morris has done much the same with his flawless contribution to A Season in Carcosa. “The Theatre and It’s Double” is superb. Edward Morris captures the essence of Chambers’ original work while employing his own delightfully exquisite style.