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“On the calendars which hung in so many of our homes, the monthly photograph illustrated the spirit of the numbered days below it: sheaves of cornstalks standing brownish and brittle in a newly harvested field, a narrow house and wide barn in the background, a sky of empty light above, and fiery leafage frolicking about the edges of the scene. But something dark, something abysmal always finds its way into the bland beauty of such pictures, something that usually holds itself in abeyance, some entwining presence that we always know is there. And it was exactly this presence that had gone into crisis, or perhaps had been secretly invoked by small shadowy voices calling out in the midst of our dreams. There came a bitter scent into the air, as of sweet wine turning to vinegar, and there was an hysteric brilliance flourished by the trees in town as well as those in the woods beyond, while along the roads between were the intemperate displays of thornapple, sumac, and towering sunflowers that nodded behind crooked roadside fences. Even the stars of chill nights seemed to grow delirious and take on the tints of an earthly inflammation. Finally, there was a moonlit field where a scarecrow had been left to watch over ground that had long been cleared yet would not turn cold.”
Thomas Ligotti - “The Shadow at the Bottom of the World”

Miskatonic Musings Podcast Ligotti Episode
Apr 15, 2014 - 4:07 PM - by Nicole Cushing
I was recently the guest on an episode of the relatively new podcast Miskatonic Musings. The topic was Thomas Ligotti. (It was essentially, a "Ligotti 101" sort of episode, designed for the newbie, but I thought I'd post info about it here, too, in case anyone was interested in the discussion).

Here's a linky-link, for those interested. http://www.miskatonicmusings.com/epi...bortion-party/
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Table of contents for 'Born to Fear: Interviews with Thomas Ligotti'
Mar 12, 2014 - 12:09 PM - by matt cardin
Here it is. Also see my Teeming Brain post to the same effect.



BORN TO FEAR: INTERVIEWS WITH THOMAS LIGOTTI


Subterranean Press, 2014

Introduction by Matt Cardin: "Of Masks and Mystagogues"

PART ONE: ENCHANTING NIGHTMARES (1988-1992)

Thomas Ligotti with Carl T. Ford, Dagon
Carl T. Ford (1988)

Thomas Ligotti with Stefan Dziemianowica and Michael A. Morrison
Stefan Dziemianiwocz and Michael A. Morrison (1991)

Weird Tales Talks with Thomas Ligotti
Darrell Schweitzer (1991)

PART TWO: THIS FUNHOUSE OF FLESH (2000-2003)

The Grimscribe in Cyberspace
John B. Ford (2000)

Disillusionment Can Be Glamorous
E. M. Angerhuber and Thomas Wagner (2001)

Work Not Done
Thomas Wagner (2003)

PART THREE: A NECESSARY DERANGEMENT (2004-2011)

Literature Is Entertainment or It Is Nothing
Neddal Ayad (2004)

It's All a Matter of Personal Pathology
Matt Cardin (2006)

A Conversation with Thomas Ligotti, The Mumpsimus
Geoffrey H. Goodwin (2007)

Thomas Ligotti Interview, Weird Tales
Geoffrey H. Goodwin (2009)


Interview Nonsense with Thomas Ligotti
David Ableev (2009)

The Damned Interviews: Thomas Ligotti
Tina Hall (2011)

PART FOUR: BORN TO FEAR (2011-2013)

Interview: Thomas Ligotti, The Hat Rack
Nathan Katz (2011)

Thomas Ligotti on Weird Fiction
Weird Fiction Review (2011)

Interview by Pål Flakk, Gateavisa
Pål Flakk (2012)

Born to Fear, Coś na Progu
Sławomir Wielhorski (2012)

Interview with Thomas Ligotti, Wonderbooknow
Jeff VanderMeer (2013)
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Subterranean Press: %50 discount on pre-order (2 Ligotti titles)
Mar 03, 2014 - 11:56 AM - by klarkash
Subterranean Press is having a %50 off sale on pre-orders until tomorrow, the 4th of March. This appears to apply to BOTH of their forthcoming Ligotti books (The Spectral Link and Born to Fear). This is a great deal, clearly.
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