Thursday, May 31, 2018

Visions from the Void

June the 1st sees the release of "Visions From The Void", the new anthology from Burdizzo books. Available in both paperback and for the Kindle, it's an anthology of twelve tales, each inspired by an individual and unique piece of Op-art.

I was honoured to be asked to take part, especially amongst such esteemed company, and it promises to be a really interesting read.  Those involved were challenged to come up with something outside of their typical genre, and I'm genuinely intrigued to see what everybody else has come up with.

These are the authors and their slices of surrealism;

Kayleigh Marie Edwards – Shut Up and Dance
Adam Millard – Checkmate
Emma Dehaney – Ten-Minute Warning
John McNee – Uncommon Time
Paula D. Ashe – Exile in Extremis
Kit Power – The Prickles
Jonathan Butcher – The Jazziverse
Lydian Faust – Third-Eye
David Court – Brother, Can You Spare a Paradigm?
J. G. Clay – The Cruellest Gift
Duncan P. Bradshaw – It Sucks When You’re All Seeds and No Feathers
Matthew Cash – Grotto

The link to buy can be found here - you won't be disappointed!

ThIs Is NoT a NoRmAl AnThOlOgY…
If you are expecting a neat, predictable set of stories TURN BACK NOW
If you want horror but hate bizarro or getting “the feels” THEN STEP AWAY
This collection of tales is what happens when one man’s art meets 12 authors fiction, and when writers are free to ignore their genre of choice and typical story conventions.
12 eye-challenging op-art designs were used to inspire these 12 mind-bending stories, which contain everything from futuristic sci-fi to fantastical comedy, and heartfelt life musings to near-cosmic nihilism.

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