I’m going to start this review in a slightly off way by suggesting that the subject matter, no matter how expertly handled in the beautifully produced self-published set of books proposed by Regina Anzenberger is not my cup of tea. This will be a failed review as I cannot find the words to speak […]
“The sky trembled and the ground cracked releasing a long and enduring hissing sound-a novella sprung from Aeolus’ purse” He and his men had turned to stone-a frozen grimace occupied the folds near the corner of his mouth, and their eyes glazed adrift upwards and fearful. Aside from the tales of witchcraft, […]
Julie Van Der Vaart’s “Dusk” is a shrouded piece of photographic investigation into nocturnal unreason where silver nitrate meets the dim slow hum of dull bulbs or flickering candles at best.
There is a hint at the connectedness of a global community seething through super-highways of wiring, air travel, and satellite reception.
Tiane Doan Na Champassak is a machine. He works incredibly hard and is one of the busiest publishers of his work out there.