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Old 01-12-2014   #11
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gnOme is pleased to announce the imminent publication of a short pamphlet:



Y. O. U.. How to Stay in Hell: Inspiring Instructions for Daily Living. ISBN-13: 978-0615953236 ISBN-10: 0615953239. gnOme, 2014. 36 pages. $6.66.

“Hell is a special place. Some people say that God created Hell, but Hell is more special than that.”

The pamphlet is available in free PDF here, and will also be available in print soon.

The text might be described as satirical gnostic self-help. The opening of Lovecraft's Outsider provides its epigraph and its style intersects in some respects with the Ligottian pessimal humor.
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Re: HWORDE -- Hidden Writing (0) Occult Rumination (0) Doctrine Entity

A new title forthcoming soon from HWORDE:



Yuu Seki. Serial Kitsch. HWORDE, 2014. forthcoming

Serial Kitsch is an epic poem assembled from the testimony of a slew of serial killers, of so many translucent interiors taking on the colours and dimensions of many and of none. Though edits have been made, the words are all theirs. Though personal boundaries were frequently disregarded in the making of this work – presuming any were present at the start – the person-type remains intact. Type and the anonymity it affords is what remains. The acts and the products are “always the same” and “always different”: zeroed factory-people amassing other zeros like kitsch banknotes, each legitimate tender only for buying more of themselves.
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Re: HWORDE -- Hidden Writing (0) Occult Rumination (0) Doctrine Entity

gnOme is especially pleased to announce a soon-to-be-published title: Songs from the Black Moon by Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre.

We cannot praise too highly this little book, which will sink into your blood like some ancient pestilential starlight, re-initiating whatever remains in the oblique ecstasies of esoteric pessimism.




Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre. Songs from the Black Moon. ISBN-13: 978-0615969008. ISBN-10: 0615969003. gnOme, 2014. 80 pp. Text and images. $9.99.

“All the trees whose names we have forgotten have long since embraced our entwined limbs.”

In the tradition of the 19th century, fin-de-siècle prose poem, Songs from the Black Moon is a dark elegy for an already-forgotten planet and its wandering, somnambulistic inhabitants.

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Ligotti and Thacker and Daniel on Songs from the Black Moon:

“A book of beautiful and strangely tranquil outbursts of disaffection and dissolution. I wish everyone on earth lived by the sentiments expressed within it.” — Thomas Ligotti

“Songs from the Black Moon resurrects the literary tradition of Dark Romanticism – poetry that is stark, sparse, and drenched in a blackened lyricism . . . These poems are ecstatic lamentations for the world-without-us . . . ” – Eugene Thacker, author of In The Dust of This Planet

“In search of an atrabilious poetics that might render breathable the ‘black abyss’ within, the Baronesse de Tristeombre has written an apocryphal rejoinder to the Book of Lamentations, filled with salt, sand, crystal and leprous flesh. Read this grimoire of ‘tectonic sorrow’ and despair anew.” — Drew Daniel, author of The Melancholy Assemblage

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gnOme is pleased to announce that Songs from the Black Moon is now in print:



Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre. Songs from the Black Moon. ISBN-13: 978-0615969008. ISBN-10: 0615969003. gnOme, 2014. 80 pp. Text and images. $9.99.

All the trees whose names we have forgotten have long since embraced our entwined limbs.

In the tradition of the 19th century, fin-de-siècle prose poem, Songs from the Black Moon is a dark elegy for an already-forgotten planet and its wandering, somnambulistic inhabitants.

“A book of beautiful and strangely tranquil outbursts of disaffection and dissolution. I wish everyone on earth lived by the sentiments expressed within it.” — Thomas Ligotti

“In search of an atrabilious poetics that might render breathable the ‘black abyss’ within, the Baronesse de Tristeombre has written an apocryphal rejoinder to the Book of Lamentations, filled with salt, sand, crystal and leprous flesh. Read this grimoire of ‘tectonic sorrow’ and despair anew.” — Drew Daniel, author of The Melancholy Assemblage

“In the black light of these lunar songs, you and I despair for the last time, again.”
– Pseudo-Leopardi, author of Cantos for the Crestfallen

“Songs from the Black Moon resurrects the literary tradition of Dark Romanticism – poetry that is stark, sparse, and drenched in a blackened lyricism . . . These poems are ecstatic lamentations for the world-without-us . . . ” – Eugene Thacker, author of In The Dust of This Planet
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gnOme is pleased to announce that Serial Kitsch is now in print:



Yuu Seki. Serial Kitsch. ISBN-10: 1497562457
ISBN-13: 978-1497562455. HWORDE, 2014. 106 pp.$9.49

Serial Kitsch is an epic poem assembled from the testimony of a slew of serial killers, of so many translucent interiors taking on the colours and dimensions of many and of none. Though edits have been made, the words are all theirs. Though personal boundaries were frequently disregarded in the making of this work – presuming any were present at the start – the person-type remains intact. Type and the anonymity it affords is what remains. The acts and the products are “always the same” and “always different”: zeroed factory-people amassing other zeros like kitsch banknotes, each legitimate tender only for buying more of themselves.

“Like the best conceptual work, Serial Kitsch shows its innards, the way the work works. Like the best poetry, it guts itself for our aesthetic pleasure and contemplation. Like the best killers, it does all this using its words.” – Vanessa Place

“It is strangely and disconcertingly fitting that Serial Kitsch starts out with a quote from Andy Warhol because this is really a book about art. It is a disturbing book that enters into the tricky and troubling relationship between art and violence by taking on (and taking in) one of the most frightening, influential and ridiculous figures of the 20th century: the serial killer. The serial killer’s ‘kitsch’ – his letters, his corpses, his appearance (‘But he looked just like an average person!’) – does not so much ‘blur’ the line between fiction and reality, violence and art, as show an intimate bond between these, a bond we might call ‘media.’ Conceptual poetry has long bragged about ‘killing poetry’; here the actual poetry finally goes gothic. You may not want to read the results; it’s a disconcerting but lyrical book: ‘I spoke to him as if he were still alive / how beautiful he looked.’” – Johannes Göransson

“Yuu Seki’s brilliant and necessary poem Serial Kitsch follows in the grand tradition of Aron the Moor’s final words in — “I have done a thousand dreadful things / As willingly as one would kill a fly, / And nothing grieves me heartily indeed / But that I cannot do ten thousand more” — and plunges this sentiment into the era of YouTube, when the faces and words of Dahmer and Wuornos can be pulled up and organized like a playlist. Reading this book allows language to fulfill its ultimate purpose: to disperse the diseased miasma of the human soul, or what’s left of it, to the ends of the earth.” — David Peak

“The figure of the serial killer has always captured the attention of the public and in recent television and film the figure has been domesticated (Dexter) and celebrated (Hannibal) in equally disturbing ways. Yuu Seki allows the words of serial killers to speak here in this epic poem. What we see is not easily put into a comforting or entertaining narrative, but is unflinching in forcing us to confront human evil that goes far beyond individual crimes.” — Anthony Paul Smith
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gnOme is pleased to announce a new forthcoming publication:



Pseudo-Leopardi. Cantos for the Crestfallen. Translated by A. Necrezută, F. Pilastru & I. Imaculată. ISBN-13: 978-0692218853. ISBN-10: 0692218858. gnOme, 2014. 44 pp. $10.00.

Pseudo-Leopardi’s Cantos for the Crestfallen, here translated for the first time from the Romanian original, is a breathless expiration of impossible pessimo-mystical desires for the immanent beyond. In a sequence of thirty one verses channeling the spirits of Cioran, Dante, and the poet’s eponym, the Cantos testify to life’s senselessness, the necessity of being beheaded, and the love of saints. It is an intoxicated and uncompromising vision: The name of you / Who alter one atom of my sigh is now stricken from life.

“Not since Die Nachtwachen (The Nightwatches), published in 1804 under the pseudonym of Bonaventura, a German Romantic of often-attributed yet arguably still uncertain identity, has there appeared such a book as Cantos for the Crestfallen. Also written by an unknown hand, one drenched in a philosophy and poetics of an apocalyptic tone, the latter title rivals its predecessor in both mystery and melancholy. At the same time that the authors of these works tear the mask from the dark face of the inhuman comedy, they practice a reckless wit that makes the blackness of our lives blacker still. Cantos for the Crestfallen in particular flows with gruesome conceits that empty into an ocean of tears, ultimately drowning its reader far from the sight of land, of home, and of hope.” – Thomas Ligotti

“Like his namesake-by-declamatio, the author of Cantos for the Crestfallen has managed to condense all human afflictions into one solitary fusion of despair, a misery with teeth enough to bite the hand off every nescient and conciliatory illusion. And yet to underpin this breathless, almost throttled, ennui (his own sigh even “drowning in air”) there is the resolve and the bitterness of a love affair gone wrong, the unrequited affections, the raw feels of the world’s interminable spurning; and all of it a lie, a necrophile’s symphony tapped out by a heart made ash of, a heart crawling up a corkscrewed spine to die inside a brain.” – Gary J. Shipley

“Pseudo-Leopardi’s Cantos exhale a spirit of blackened occidental sufism that will make your head spiral.” – Pir Iqbal the Impaled

“From the enhaloed entrails of a forgotten notebook comes these Cantos for the Crestfallen. These poems describe nothing and enact everything—litanies of a moldering solar refusal.” – Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre

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Cantos for the Crestfallen, by Pseudo-Leopardi, is now in print and available from Amazon etc.

http://gnomebooks.wordpress.com/2014...e-crestfallen/
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Here's a sample from Cantos for the Crestfallen:

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Really enjoyed Songs from the Black Moon; parts are like dark guides to life.

Now I will try to keep awake. The fog.
~ Eric Basso, “The Beak Doctor”
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