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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Double Feature Press...

Sarah L. Covert has announced the launch of Double Feature Press, a small indie press that will release books based around the concept of old double feature drive-in flicks! Each book will contain two authors, with each author contributing either short stories, poems, or novellas to make up their half of the book. Each book will be limited edition, the first of which is due out in 2011. Joe Pulver and Robin Spriggs (see below) are already hard at work on the first Double Feature Press publication...

Head over to the DFP Kickstarter page for more information...

Robin Spriggs - The Untold Tales of Ozman Droom

The Untold Tales of Ozman Droom, according to arcane legend, is a collection of stories and poems about a collection of stories and poems by (if titles can be trusted) a certain Ozman Droom. But who is Ozman Droom? Or what is Ozman Droom? And when, where, why, and how is Ozman Droom? The answers to these and countless other questions of equally perilous rank await the curious seeker within the collection itself...provided such a book does indeed exist. And perhaps even if not. Caveat lector.

Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. - Night Begets

Night burns and burrows, vast as any idea it declares its bottomless truth -- Terminus. The players and observers come, absorb and discard atoms, fill moments with ripples they call magic, or love, or chance, heartache, and fate. For knowledge and pleasure they steal editions, wait for, or take, more. Night loves nothing...and, finally, it takes all.

Joe Pulver's, Night Begets, is a collection of tales and poetic texts about lovelorn ghouls and other night-bound creatures as they discover sin and ashes bloom and echo in the noir labyrinths and pitch black, dungeon skirts of Night. It is a work that provokes and will leave an indelible mark on anyone who picks it up and comes through on the other side, painting a world that is as much brutal as it is beautiful and imploring readers to reconcile these seemingly antagonistic aspects of existence.

(Thanks to Sarah L. Covert)

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