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Posted in book launch, Books, Dark fantasy/horror, Horror, horror fiction, independent publisher, independent writer, independent writing, indie writer, Literature, New release, new short fiction, short story collection, writer, writing, tagged Black Dog Press, Books, Dark fantasy, Horror, independent press, indie writer, new book, New release, Reading, Sex and Other Acts of the Imagination on November 17, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Black Dog Press, Books, cover art, fiction, independent publisher, independent writing, indie writing, literary, Literature, new literary fiction, New release, sex and other acts of the imagination, Short Stories, short story collection, tagged Books, cover art, Dark fantasy, fantasy, Horror, independent press, Literature, new book, New release, Sex and Other Acts of the Imagination, suspense, writing on October 28, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Yesterday was my birthday so, devious creep that I am, I leaked a cover shot of my next book to a few select friends and then, later that day, allowed Sherron to post it on my Facebook page.
So, now that the cat’s out of the bag and clawing up the furniture, here’s Chris Kent’s stunning cover for Sex & Other Acts of the Imagination. Chris has been part of the creative team since So Dark the Night and his covers always manage to capture the essence of the book in question.
Is this his best one yet? Drop me a note with your opinion.
In the meantime, kids, feast your eyes on this (click on image to enlarge):
Release date: November 20, 2014
Posted in Art, electronic music, electronica, free music, independent publisher, independent writer, indie writing, Literature, Music, Poetry, Prose poems, Reading, Religion, space music, Uncategorized, writer, writing, tagged ambient music, art, art and poetry, cosmology, electronic music, experimental, Literature, Music, Poetry, prose poem, spirituality, visual art on September 18, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Some months ago I wrote a series of prose poems to accompany six visual pieces I’d created.
The marriage of words and images worked wonderfully and I’m delighted to present “A Personal Cosmology” to readers. The first segment is below, click on the PDF link to read the work in its entirety.
…and how about some music while you’re reading, an ambient number I call “Atmospheric Disturbance”: