Mount Abraxas Press
Illustrated by Luciana Vasconcelos
Alchemic daughters, cursed plays, forbidden gardens, and mysterious strangers, these and more the author has created in an attempt to explore the mercurial mysteries of the imagination and existence. Taking inspiration from Poe, and, Arthur Machen, and Angela Carter, and Nabokov, and Thomas Ligotti, and Borges, and others who ruthlessly mock and defile the hollow spectre of realism, the author delights in the fantastical, marvellous, absurd, and grotesque, taking in locales from the magic-haunted streets of Prague to the lonely landscapes of Scotland, and undercutting the flimsy foundations that constitute ''objective'' reality.' A tremendous collection of weird, occult and decadent stories.
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