Little, Big: Talking with John Crowley

A little while ago, Mythaxis Review offered me the chance to interview John Crowley. The finished conversation has just been released. While perhaps best known for Little, Big (winner of one of the several World Fantasy Awards that he holds), John Crowley’s work spans many genres, fiction and non-fiction, books and documentary films. In conversation … Continue reading Little, Big: Talking with John Crowley

Green Lions by Simon Rogghe and Zarina Zabrisky

Avoiding both making words their tool and the rules of writing their master, Rogghe and Zabrisky enfold language as a co-conspirator in their poetic egg. Merging the radical collaboration of the early surrealists with the entirely personal secrets of alchemy, they initiate a manual for transformation that would have saved Jerry Cornelius books-worth of angst … Continue reading Green Lions by Simon Rogghe and Zarina Zabrisky

Telephone Boxes are Passé

While not on a level with the Government's ill-fated anti-vampire lamps (details of which I will reveal when the time is right), all is not well in public conveniences. Following my previous revelation that commercial cleaners might be at risk of mutation, I have discovered evidence that members of the public might also be at … Continue reading Telephone Boxes are Passé

I do not think it means what you think it means

Although I have spent much of my time looking at cat-related products recently, I have still taken note of the unintended oddities scattered across my surroundings. Oddities which might reveal a threat to our very way of life. While using the facilities in a shopping centre I saw the following notice on a cubicle: OUT … Continue reading I do not think it means what you think it means