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The Unspeakable and Others

My avant-garde Gothic story collection, The Unspeakable and Others, is now once again available. Includes the tales of Lord Weÿrdgliffe, other stories, essays, and odd pieces. Influences include H.P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Comte de Lautréamont, Jorge Luis Borges, William Burroughs, J.G. Ballard, Robert Anton Wilson, Bugs Bunny, etc. Illustrated by Allen Koszowski.

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“It's beautiful to contemplate the ruins of human habitations; and even more beautiful to contemplate the ruins of human bodies; but far and away the most beautiful of all, to contemplate the ruins of human minds!”
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“. . . and then, from that dungeon in the West,
There rises up a melody, beguiling and forlorn.
It is the sweet, sad, self-deceiving murderer's song,
And it will not end 'til morn . . .'
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“The miserable frequently believe that possession of power for its own sake is what has made others more content. They grab such power in many different ways and remain baffled as to why they are just as miserable as they were to begin with.”
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“It is ironic that I saved both myself and those I cared for by recalling, at the crucial moment, my identity as an ordinary mortal. There are subtle dangers to the role of hero. I am glad I no longer have to consider them.”
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“Reagan is talking about getting back to the old versions, but that's just this old politician horseshit. They've been saying it for a hundred years: "Back to the virtues that made America great and can make America great again!" It's not to be taken seriously, of course. Biologically speaking, the only direction you can't go, is back! It's impossible. It's a law.”
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