The Autumn Ice of Springtime

In this Tale of the Haunted Titanic, one survivor is unaccounted for: a song which outlives its performers.

The band famously played until the bitter end of the maiden and final voyage of the RMS Titanic. The ship sank to a depth of four thousand metres, but what the music unleashed was impossible to fathom.

Commemorating the 100th observance of the sinking of the Titanic. More

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About Daniel Eness

Daniel Eness writes stories of strange adventure where the hero always wins, except those times when he dies spectacularly in an explosion.

He lives in Iowa with his family of six, for whom he writes of the churning seascape of the soul, deep evil and the hope that has overcome them both.

His work has appeared in Stupefying Stories, Ideomancer, Diagram and Brain Harvest Magazine, and, in 2012, Eortholic Press will release two novels, a novella and a collection of short adventures.

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