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Old 06-26-2014   #21
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Announcing a new title from gnOme: Autophagiography



A & N. Autophagiography. ISBN-13: 978-0692234204. ISBN-10: 0692234209. gnOme, 2014. 192 pp. $12.00.

A true story, hot off the wine presses of the heart. Something indescribable occurred. Communications ensued, becoming a saintly self-eating process whose vermicular trail is this book. Part romance, part mystical dialogue, part melodrama, Autophagiography is a ( )hole document of impossible love and friendship between two real inexistent persons. The results may astonish you.

Contents: I. ALP, a.k.a. Resent Morning Prayer. II. Scars of the Horizon. III. New Life. IV. Saintly Communication: A Rule. V. Postscripts
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Re: HWORDE -- Hidden Writing (0) Occult Rumination (0) Doctrine Entity

gnOme is please to announce the publication of the following title:



M. Un-Sight/ Un-Sound (delirium X.). ISBN-13: 978-0692334799. ISBN-10: 0692334793. gnOme. 2014. 130 pp.

un-sight un-sound/ yet/ in vacuum of doubt’s expel/ clamouring for beyond flesh what meat as if/ yet forage no/ not a/ eye crushed within fist of none/ echoing chamber of nothing/ never dispelled

Un-Sight/ Un-Sound (delirium X.) is a prose-poetic work in three sequences: “delirium X,” “Meat Sequence (after Francis Bacon),” and “Ghost-Limb Tongue.” In the first, quotations from various authors (Bataille, Beckett, Luca, Popa et al.) are used as springboards for surreal imagistic fragmentation. The second section, inspired by Deleuze’s Francis Bacon, deals with the subject of flesh/ meat and explores the concept of the human object divulged of identity/ place, stripped of ego, and viewed from an externus. The third section addresses the conflict between sense and the real and concludes with a collection of aphorisms written with regard to words becoming a bankrupt form of expression in the conflict between language and the Post-Human world . . .

“It is nice to see that language too can be broken and made to rot like everything else.” – E. Elias Merhige

“M’s project is to reveal the terrible tenacity of words that stubbornly persist in meaning when we deliberately set about using them as weapons to torment the angelic cadavers strewn about where the happy holiday camps of the mindlessly grinning flowers & summer brigade used to poison the mind.” – David McLean

“[T]here are moments in Un-Sight/ Un-Sound where it seems as if the hold language has over our perceptions is being, if not broken, then at least distorted enough for us to catch a glimpse of the world that lies behind our makeshift descriptions and definitions.” – Christopher Brownsword
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Interested by this press. Any one buy one of these books and what do you think? Im kind of looking at buying Songs from the Black Moon.
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Sounds like poetry from Brennan huh? That's what I wanted to hear. I was worried that it was going to be a bunch of abstract wankery. Was hoping for something more Brennan, Beckett, Ligotti and less Burroughs, Havoc, or that ####ty "cyberpunk" poetry.
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gnOme is please to announce the publication of The Lost Couplets of Pir Iqbal the Imapled, translated by Adrian Xavier.

The Lost Couplets of Pir Iqbal the Impaled. Trans. Adrian Xavier. ISBN-13: 978-0692596081. ISBN-10: 0692596089. gnOme, 2015. 38pp. $7.00.

The one whose gaze sets moths aflame
Will not look at me.
So blackened is my hanging corpse,
So deformed the tree.

There is little record of the life of the Albanian poet known as Pir Iqbal the Impaled. The survival of his verses is due to Hilmi Abdyl Maliqi (1856-1928) of Rahovec, who considered them worthy of transcription into the small notebook discovered in 1999 by Prof. Nikoll Krasniqi of the University of Priština. There Maliqi writes of him: “Iqbal was a solitary dervish, originally from Sharra in Tirana, who in his later years dwelled among the caves near the ruined Christian hermitage and monastery at Koriša. As a young man he joined a tekke in Gjakova, but was expelled for unknown reasons. In middle age he led a largely itinerant life, travelling as far Istanbul, Cairo, and Rome, during which period he had contact with Naim Frashëri, who mentions him with regard in the preface to Gjithësia [Omneity], published in Bucharest in 1895 by the Shoqëri e të shtypuri shkronja shqip (Society for the Publication of Albanian Writing). In 1896, he suffered a mental collapse in Skopje and was later identified by Haxhi Ymer Lutfi Paçarizi as ‘mast-Allah’ [God-intoxicated]. His couplets, though heterodox, were known by mouth in the region, mostly among the Melami Sufis of Kosova and Macedonia. After the revolt in 1910, Iqbal publicly renounced Islam at Priština during the visit of Sultan Mehmed V in 1911. The following year, he converted to Christianity and was impaled for apostasy in Prizren. The people of the district, however, regarded his apostasy as false, a perverse expression of his spiritual intoxication (sakr). Thus, after his death, in honor of his mystical inspirations (waridat), he became known as Pir Iqbal the Impaled. The dervish’s soul is lost. By the grace of Allah, his lines are not.” Given the directness and crude gracefulness of Iqbal’s style, his verses present few problems for the translator. To convey something of his rhythm in English, I have split his couplets into stanzas of four-lines. We hope the reader will find them utile et dulce. (from the translator’s Preface)

I fly the seas of dreams for you,
I swim all the skies.
And nowhere do you appear, not
Even in your eyes.

“It is either by senseless fate or by profound happenstance that these poems have survived their author. Iqbal, the enigmatic, ascetic dervish has left behind lines that are instructions for bewilderment. These couplets reduce mystical writing to its brutalist minimum. Only practice remains.” ~ Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre, author of Songs From The Black Moon

“An essential document in the sorrow of being.” ~ Nicola Masciandaro, author of Ocean Seeping Eyes

“As the tablet gives lift to its own effacement, so too do these ingots of darkness mysticism render in concise, passionate flashes the continual fluxing destruction and reconstitution at the heart of a yearning spirit’s divine ordeal.” – Levi Rumata, author of Scrims

“‘I am love-wounded past repair, / Yet still babble on. / Tis no longer I who speak, but / My severed head’s tongue.’ The Lost Couplets is a deep simultaneous plunge into the possibility of poetry beyond the page and the impossibility of knowledge without sorrow. Be prepared to abandon your desires by listening to the couplets of Pir Iqbal from the mouth of Adrian Xavier; and watch the verses perform a Sufi whirling before your weeping eyes.” ~ Eleni Ikoniadou, author of The Rhythmic Event

“Not since Annabella of Ely has a poet so succinctly and masterfully penned the spiraling path to annihilative bliss. Read Pir Iqbal and be destroyed. Being destroyed, may you live forever.” ~ Liesl Ketum, Humbert Divinity School
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gnOme is pleased to announce the publication of Verses from the Underlands by Subject A

Subject A. Verses from the Underlands. gnOme, 2016. ISBN-13: 978-0692621578. ISBN-10: 0692621571. 52pp.



A collection of the fantastical verses of the suspected serial killer known as Subject A, written during his incarceration in a secure psychiatric facility from 1977 to 1980. The poems, baroque reflections of an alternate eldritch reality referred to as “the Underlands,” give seductive and haunting dimension to the poet’s undisproven claim that he never murdered but only “transfigured” his victims in locations “not to be found on any map of the world.”

Everyone should be aware that there is a strain of poetry that embraces stricken visions, hopelessly so. They should know that there are bibles of verse, Maurice Rollinat’s Les Névroses for instance, that elegantly sing of sick nightmares and thereby critique the wholesome norm. They should be force-fed this knowledge, if only that they might be robbed of some parcel of their contemptible health. Verses from the Underlands excellently contributes to this mission with its revelations of a supernatural malady with neither a cure nor even an earthly diagnosis. – Thomas Ligotti

Some books should be encased in iron and buried in the deepest, blackest hole, never to be read. This is one of them. – Amy Ireland

This collection is a valuable and timely addition to the serial killer literature that has emerged from the madness and malaise of 1970s America. Excellently contextualized by a criminologist of patent accomplishment, it has, however, less in common with the poetic invectives typical of the genre, and more, it would seem, with the lyrical tradition of a simultaneously burgeoning heavy metal culture. Taken collectively, Subject A’s charnel verses constitute something like a concept album that—meticulously detailing the terrain of an illimitable and unbounded nullity—reaffirms, for a new generation, the mutually complicit, blackening enamor of heavy metal and serial killing. Verses from the Underlands is metallic mythopoeia at its finest. – Edia Connole, co-author of Floating Tomb: Black Metal Theory

Outside the grasp of clinical psychology, exceeding the grip of some penal system, and beyond the pale of civilization altogether, the Real is Subject A’s first victim. These verses traverse vast labyrinthine worlds of doom and slaughtered universes where language is left only two choices: to fall silent or turn into a scream. Lucid and deranged, they allow no hiding place or escape into some system of preservation, for nothing will remain untouched here: and all that stands shall fall “in carnage-fields of blood and flames.” – Cergat, author of Earthmare: The Lost Book of Wars

Being someone who generally hates poetry that attempts to beautify life, there is something instantly likable in a poetry that twists life into a dagger aimed at itself. These verses stitch together a Dunsanian dream world, but one made of mortuary cloth. – Ben Woodard, author of Slime Dynamics

Worth buying just for the blurbs. – Nick Land
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I just finished reading Verses from the Underlands. This book is fantastic! I was deeply impressed with most of the poems. Does anyone have a theory who this author really is? I want to read more of his or her writing, but the problem with anonymously published books is that...well...they're anonymous. Which is to say a dead end. And now I can't explore the other works of art this person(s) may or may not have created.

Can anyone help? My intentions are benevolent.

Great book of poems! More than worth the price.
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HWORDE is pleased to announce the publication of N. Hemisphere Eleven. HWORDE, 2016. ISBN-10: 069263147X ISBN-13: 978-0692631478. 86 pp. $6.00



A discontinuous continuation of fallen, unfollowable imperatives, numbering one thousand three hundred and sixty-one.

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621. Draw that which everything is a diagram of.
622. Speak to the one before whom all words say nothing.
623. Seek only that which has already taken everything away.
624. Bury at least one of the many sources of all life’s problems: the idea that you are alive.
625. Know too well who the abandonment of who will never abandon you is.
626. Never know what to think.
627. Leave yourself alone.
628. Want everything to have nothing, want nothing to have everything.
629. Actually be what never exists, to actually do what never happens.
630. Summarize the whole situation in seven incomplete sentences.
631. Appall thyself ever more with the spiral storm in your heart.
632. Have no choice but to actually become the reality one is.
633. Be nearly certain from afar that a second close encounter will be fatal.
634. Secretly do for the sake of . . . what no one will ever understand.
635. Wake now, one by one, in the place where all are sleeping.
636. Be crucified on the horizon.
637. Stop saying and start doing all that you ever said.
638. Take all the garbage out in one piece, the only piece of garbage.
639. Make it atop the spiral, with or without yourself.
640. Sew your wounds up with the one true lie.
641. Feel the time that time feels.
642. Embrace the misfortune of being that which makes one want nothing.
643. Walk on the inside of the horizon.
644. Forever remain friends with the unsurvivable.
645. Care only about one thing without having any clue what it is.
646. Renounce the life-dream as not yours.
647. Unmask the dramatics of being in trouble.
648. See that it is not happening—this is.
649. Stand imperially alone in the presence of sky.
650. Trace freedom to the void.
651. Stay in the game by remaining outside.
652. Be something that eternal omniscience somehow failed to notice and will never mention.
653. Do not die not knowing how shallow you really are.
654. Drown before it’s too late.
655. Be unsure whether you did not wake up or did not fall asleep.
656. Hang out with what is left when the world leaves the world.
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The web link tells you that it's private, I've emailed many times but no response, are they dead?
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The HWORDE site is presently set to private. We are all dead. What's the problem exactly?
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