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Dehiscence

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I am not given to the task of writing. I have read too much — and always of the most horrific of deeds — to find in the written word much solace from, or reason for, the ultimate madness of the world. Rather, my life has been a quest for things, and their magical and bountiful properties; qualities that, if one is attentive enough, reveal themselves through years of subtle
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Hardcover, 1st Ex Occidente edition, 60 pages
Published December 2012 by Ex Occidente Press (Exposition Internationa
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A beautiful to touch and beautifully written sequence of stories within a story. A shop keeper tells us of the objects which are dear to him - a flower press, a peepshow, a suitcase, a speculum and a Russian doll, and we hear a tale attached to each, often macabre and tragic.

The kind of writing which the large publishing houses overlook. Seriously, the small presses are increasingly the only places to find soul-nourishing prose.
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D.P. Watt is a writer living between Scotland and England in an otherworldly, misty borderland. His collection of stories, An Emporium of Automata was reprinted by Eibonvale Press in 2013, and his second collection, The Phantasmagorical Imperative and Other Fabrications, is now available in paperback. A third collection, Almost Insentient, Almost Divine, appeared with Undertow Publications in 2016 ...more

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