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Jordan Krall

I knew that Krall was a publisher as well as writer, but I never bothered to read anything of his. For those of you who have read his books, which ones do you recommend?

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Re: Jordan Krall

I usually recommend picking up a short story collection if a person is wishing to get a feel for an authors work. To this end, I would start with 'Nightmare from a Lovecraftian Mind'.

I didn't find Jordan Krall's work to be to my particular taste, I much prefer the work of Michael Cisco when it comes to the deeper end of the 'weird' spectrum, but there's plenty to enjoy in Krall's work nonetheless.
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Thanks to both of you.
Obviously, an author recommending one of their own works is perhaps biased but if one wants a taste of the direction of my weird fiction, I'd say the book GORGONAEON is the best place. It's superior to NIGHTMARES OF A LOVECRAFTIAN MIND, in my opinion. I know that Jon Padgett has enjoyed that book.
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Thanks to both of you.
Obviously, an author recommending one of their own works is perhaps biased but if one wants a taste of the direction of my weird fiction, I'd say the book GORGONAEON is the best place. It's superior to NIGHTMARES OF A LOVECRAFTIAN MIND, in my opinion. I know that Jon Padgett has enjoyed that book.
Gorgonaeon has been on my to-read list for some time now (I have a very long list of things I want to read). Certainly, what I've heard about the book sounds deeply interesting.
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