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The Freel of Streel: Part One in the Narrative of John of Origin
By Ian Kraft
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 65,650. Language: English. Published: November 19, 2010. Category: Fiction
It is always advisable, when you are a conman, to make sure that the town that you're about to try to con does not have a land such as Streel hidden within it. For if it does, you may find yourself trying to escape your mind in an incomprehensible land with a left-handed scribe, being forced to deal with lexically picky ants, Kweengs, and the Freel on your journey through your fears, God and love.
Claustrum: Part Two in the Narrative of John of Origin
By Ian Kraft
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 61,290. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2011. Category: Fiction
Claustrum, a superhero with a strange power, the ability to control people with strange, elegiac mixtures of words, seemingly randomly shows up in the city of Dioma, not knowing where he came from or why he is there. The city is then beleaguered by the cruel villain Sine Animus, who is immune to Claustrum's powers over words. Claustrum flees the city and is forced to seek his own personal truth.
The Polyglot's Nightmares: Part X½ in the Narrative of John of Origin
By Ian Kraft
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 60,080. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2011. Category: Fiction
Fleeing a war and in search of himself, Ion finds himself residing in a number of strange caves, on the walls of which are written a strange language. He meets a woman who guides him through his state of being a refugee and is troubled by strange dreams that seem to incorporate the existence of the war, his love for the woman he has met and a sense of the divine.
The Quite Possibly Near Death of Hurol Davelrish: Part Three in the Narrative of John of Origin
By Ian Kraft
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 61,010. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2011. Category: Fiction
When an arrogant stuntman, Hurol Davelrish, has a seizure during a stunt, he finds himself in the kingdom of Scalter, a land in which he is king, but which is strangely ruled by a phantasmic man named Viscount Vaunt. Hurol meets a strangely kind friend, Grib, in the malevolent world, who tries to pull him back from the ledge of his pride - what will become of the much-admired stuntman?
Black Static #27 Horror Magazine
By TTA Press
Series: Black Static Horror & Dark Fantasy Magazine. Price: $4.24 USD. Words: 54,850. Language: English. Published: May 9, 2012. Category: Fiction
Black Static is stuffed with horror & dark fantasy fiction and #27 has stories from 2012 BFS award nominee Simon Bestwick, Gord Sellar, Jacob Ruby, Stephen Bacon and V.H. Leslie. Also present are the innovative artwork, hard-hitting features and expert book & DVD reviews readers have come to admire. Author Alison Littlewood' is interviwed her first novel 'A Cold Season' is reviewed.
Black Static #34 Horror Magazine
By TTA Press
Series: Black Static Horror & Dark Fantasy Magazine. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 61,600. Language: English. Published: June 14, 2013. Category: Fiction
This issue's fiction comes from Nina Allan, Joel Lane, Ilan Lerman, Andrew Hook & Sean Logan with stories SFRevu describes as 'exceptional', 'nightmarish', 'good', 'unsettling' and 'classic' respectively. Features include the 1st of Lynda E. Rucker's new column, Blood Pudding, Stephen Volk on theatrical horror plus his Whitstable is reviewed by Peter Tennant. Mark Morris is interviewed & reviewed.
Black Static #35 Horror Magazine
By TTA Press
Series: Black Static Horror & Dark Fantasy Magazine. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 61,310. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2013. Category: Fiction
Fiction from Daniel Mills, Steven J. Dines, Steve Rasnic Tem, Michael Griffin, Caspian Gray, Jason Gould & Carole Johnstone, Columns from Lynda E. Rucker and Stephen Volk: on Dennis Potter's oeuvre. Peter Tennant starts his Case Notes with a close focus on ghosts, reviewing 66 ghost stories and a non-fiction book in the first 8 his of his 28 book reviews. Tony Lee reviews other ghastly events.