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Nemonymous Knights

Two coincidental but separate events in recent days exhuming the 2001-2010 NEMONYMOUS phenomenon in a potentially significant way… LINKED BELOW:

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(1) Nonexistent Knights: Italo Calvino, Richey Edwards and the Identity of the Writer – “Thinking about it now, Nemonymous sounds like a fantastic idea –”

(2) Orthogonal is seeking high-quality fiction stories. Orthogonal will be a “megazanthus” – a composite of anthology and magazine. Because this project is inspired by D.F. Lewis and his publication Nemonymous, all submission must be anonymous.

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ORTHOGONAL

I noticed this because I sometimes google the word ‘nemonymous’! 🙂
<<A new experimental publication called Orthogonal is seeking high-quality fiction stories. Orthogonal will be a “megazanthus”–a composite of anthology and magazine. Because this project is inspired by D.F. Lewis and his publication Nemonymous, all submission must be anonymous.>>
$100 payment per story

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Rhysop’s Fables (Part 4)

Gloomy Seahorse Press (2014)
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RHYSOP’S FABLES
Unhelpful and irresponsible fables for the modern age

THIS REAL-TIME REVIEW (CONTINUED FROM HERE) WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE COMMENT STREAM BELOW AS AND WHEN I READ THIS BOOK:-

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Dreams of Ourselves

Dreams of Ourselves

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I have just received my purchased copy of this luxurious, richly artworked book…

288 pages – No. 31 of 110 numbered copies

DREAMS of OURSELVES

Stories and novellas from Quentin S. Crisp, Jonathan Wood, Colin Insole, Andrew Condous, Mark Valentine, Damian Murphy, John Howard, Rhys Hughes, Adam S. Cantwell, D.P. Watt, Avalon Brantley.

Les Editions de L’Oubli XXXIV

Zagava / Ex Occidente Press

I am particularly intrigued by the prospect of this book as it seems to be operating a form of Nemonymity (author late-labelling) that was operated in NEMONYMOUS 2001 – 2010.

My previous reviews of this publisher’s books linked from HERE

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SF Signal

Why are anthologies important? http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2013/11/mind-meld-why-are-anthologies-important/
A huge blog issued yesterday.
Pleased with Jetse de Vries’ choosing, among others, the first five editions of ‘Nemonymous’. 🙂

2001 – 2005

Andy Cox (of Interzone and Black Static) was significantly involved with the design of these first five editions of Nemonymous, and Garry Nurrish also with the first two.

There was a print run of 500 for each of these editions, and they remain on sale at: http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2011/07/28/nemonymous-2/

Can be signed by myself.

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Pointing to his blank story, proud it’s printed on real paper.

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May 15, 2013 · 6:34 am