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Old 12-02-2012   #81
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Just issued my NEXT BIG THING article thanks to Rhys Hughes kindly tagging me from his:

The Next Big Thing DF Lewis | The Nemonicon

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QUOTES AGLORE

- QUOTES ABOUT DFL | DF LEWIS:
A selection of good or bad (and a few frankly ludicrous) quotes about me. Indifferent ones probably forgotten. Perhaps pretentious for me to have listed them here for several years. We all share a fallible humanity.

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I have an Apocryfan!



Just read here on Feb 14:
“…in ‘The Apocryphan’, Bonnyville seems like a place one could genuinely stroll around, dig behind, poke around in; there’s an authentic sense of place. And the characters that inhabit this novella are three-dimensional too. The fact that the story is told in many interrelated brief sections, rather than as a single clump, also helps to open out the piece still further and lighten it more; or perhaps the structure was necessitated by the spry content (the tone is spry, but it is dark sprightliness.) And yes, the mode is melancholy despite the briskness; and the briskness is luxurious, not hectic; and this peculiar mix of rates of flow and density of detail is handled with supreme skill.”

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Just read this DFL story "The Horn of Europe" and wanted to say "thank you" to Des for writing it. I was very taken with it. Is it included in "The Last Balcony" collection?

The story is hypnotic, the writing imperceptibly forces cognition. It feels all at once that it was very carefully conceived but quickly born (this not meant pejoratively). A good, very short story.

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The Horn of Europe - a short story by DF Lewis
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Just read this DFL story "The Horn of Europe" and wanted to say "thank you" to Des for writing it. I was very taken with it. Is it included in "The Last Balcony" collection?

The story is hypnotic, the writing imperceptibly forces cognition. It feels all at once that it was very carefully conceived but quickly born (this not meant pejoratively). A good, very short story.

Read it here:
The Horn of Europe - a short story by DF Lewis
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To answer your question: it is included in the LAST BALCONY and is the only story available on-line as a sample of that book.
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Les Editions de L’Oubli

Publication Date: Jan – Feb 2014

A DEAD MONUMENT TO ONCE ANCIENT HOPE


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Congrats Des! Cover looks fantastic.
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Yes, superb cover!

Tearful cars racing through the night,
City of sorrow
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Looks brilliant! I will be placing my order for this as soon as it becomes available.

Des, could you tell us more about the contents? It's the first time that I hear this title.

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