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Old 09-05-2005   #21
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Thanks barrywood. My friend Rachel did an excellent interview with Des here:
http://www.kissthewitch.co.uk/seinun...ve3/page9.html
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Very nice interview indeed. Thanks for letting me know about it, N/A. I enjoyed it greatly.

My story NOWHERE TO GO was published by PS PUBLISHING in a book titled POSTSCRIPTS #14 in England in 2008. Let me know if you've read it. If you'd like to contact me, send me a Private Message.
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A kind friend recently sent me a copy of 'The Dark Domain' containing a selection of stories by Stefan Grabinski written 1918-1922, as translated by Miroslaw Lipinski. I'd never read this author before and I am enjoying the experience. The following passage struck me from the story entitled 'The Area'!

"‘Yes, yes,’ the heads of the literati sadly nodded, ‘he wrote too much too soon…’ […] Wrzesmian wasn't too popular. The works of this strange man, saturated with rampant fantasy and imbued with strong individualism, gave a most unfavourable impression by inverting accepted aesthetic-literary theories and by mocking established pseudo-truths. His output was eventually acknowledged as the product of a sick imagination, the bizarre work of an eccentric, maybe even a madman. Wrzesmian was an inconvenience for a variety of reasons and he disturbed unnecessarily, stirring peaceful waters. Thus his premature eclipse was received with a secret sigh of relief."

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Whilst writing, if anyone was reading from the "weirdmonger Wheel', I've recently moved it to stock-check who is reading it. Could you please write to me at nemonymous@hotmail.com if you requre the new address for this enormous list of links!!

Many people seem to be reading my trilogy of novels: "The Tenacity Of Feathers".

Finally, I now have a real blog (i.e. as a blog rather than a receptacle for stories) here for any interested:
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Old 04-29-2006   #24
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If you read - in the normal course of events - this message (without being solicited to do so) AND you have a UK address, you will be eligible for a free copy of EITHER 'Nemonymous Five' anthology OR 'Only Connect' paperback book.
Please write to nemonymous@hotmail.com mentioning this message.
Please do not tell anyone else about this message. There will be other messages with other free gifts dotted about the DFL threads or websites, should you be lucky enough to find them.

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Some of you mentioned the 'Weirdmonger Wheel' above whereby I was in the process of re-publishing on-line all my previous stories (plus new stories and new novels). I've been busy lately (along with editing Nemonymous and writing new stuff) with re-creating the Wheel as a Spare Wheel and a Select Wheel and a series of Secret Wheels:
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Explore the Narrative Hospital here:
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Seven Miles To Kidwelly (1953):
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As there is currently a very strong PUPPET theme on TLO, I thought I would post (below) the cover of 'Best of DF Lewis' (1993) - Tal Publications.
The artwork on the cover and internally is by t. Winter-Damon

NB: Most of the internal artwork is shown here:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/t_w...lewis_1993.htm

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Those of you who are accustomed to exploring the Weirdmonger Wheel, please accept my apologies as the Bloghorn site *seems* to have gone down permanently (on which a proportion of the Secret Wheels (and some of my comments re the 'Odalisque' chapters) are posted).

It will take a large amount of work to rectify-by-replacement, so please be patient while I do this gradually. It must be the credit crunch!

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Those of you who are accustomed to exploring the Weirdmonger Wheel, please accept my apologies as the Bloghorn site *seems* to have gone down permanently (on which a proportion of the Secret Wheels (and some of my comments re the 'Odalisque' chapters) are posted).

It will take a large amount of work to rectify-by-replacement, so please be patient while I do this gradually. It must be the credit crunch!
I'm probably confused (I usually am with regard to anything to do with the Internet) -- but this seems still to be working.

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