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Old 09-28-2017   #51
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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

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This forthcoming English translation of Dino Buzzati short stories looks promising: Catastrophe and Other Stories.


Bendk wrote, "It would be great, but I'll believe it when I see it. This has as dubious a history of being publishe as Cioran's Notebooks."

Anything is possible, but Ecco is an imprint of Harper Collins which is pretty legit as a major publisher. Out of curiosity I looked on their site and here it is:

Catastrophe - Dino Buzzati - Paperback

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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

I'm really looking forward to whatever the next trendy Lovecraft Revisionism book is. *snort*

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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

I always look forward to the next publication from Egaeus Press, so this post from their Facebook page was of interest:

As a few astute individuals have pointed out, our originally intended September publication date for NINA ANTONIA's novel THE GREENWOOD FAUN has passed. Alas, it would seem Pan, ever the trickster, saw fit to put delays in our way. We are therefore aiming to have it ready for the 5th of December: Faunalia in the Roman calendar. It is, in the words of David Tibet no less 'a beautifully written proem: witty, crepuscular, enchanting, surprising.'

Meanwhile, the closing days of October will see the publication of PAUL STJOHN MACKINTOSH's THE ECHO OF THE SEA & OTHER STRANGE WAR STORIES, as part of Egaeus Press's Keynote Editions. The book will comprise of four masterfully wrought, previously unpublished novellas and short stories in which ghosts, Nordic folklore and ancient rituals encroach upon the practical matters of WWII.
More information on both of these books will be made available prior to their publication.


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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

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I'm really looking forward to whatever the next trendy Lovecraft Revisionism book is. *snort*
I am sorry that you have issues with finding willing publisher for your own Cthulhu Mythos novel, but that is not justification enough for such sneering comments.
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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

Care to elaborate? I have not written (nor ever will write) a "Cthulhu Mythos" novel.

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I am sorry that you have issues with finding willing publisher for your own Cthulhu Mythos novel, but that is not justification enough for such sneering comments.

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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

Elsewhere you wrote: "I'm still seeking a publisher for my novel Harlem Smoke. So far, of the 13 or so publishers I've sent it to, 8 have rejected it, 4 never responded back, and one or two I'm awaiting a reply from. "
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Re: What book are you most looking forward to?

I won't deny that, but there's nothing in that statement that indicates it's a Cthulhu Mythos novel. In the past I HAVE (somewhat tongue-in-cheek) referred to it as a Lovecraftian novel (in that the main character is interested both in Lovecraft's life and work, and also the relationship that exists between Lovecraft's fiction and certain points of architectural interest in Providence), but I would hardly call that a Cthulhu Mythos revision.

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