MY OWN SELF-(RE)PUBLISHED FICTION IN MEGAZANTHUS BOOK FORM:- THEIR COVERS AND LISTS OF CONTENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE
Still available HERE as signed by myself: first editions of THE LAST BALCONY (story collection and two novellas) and WEIRDTONGUE (novella) following the closure of their publisher, The InkerMen Press, in 2013.
Alternative Megazanthus Press ‘second editions’ (linked below): ‘Weirdtongue’ as one book, the two novellas from ‘The Last Balcony’ as a second book, and the stories from ‘The Last Balcony’ as a third book – available signed from myself or direct from the printer.
Printer links: Weirdtongue — The Apocryfan / Yesterfang — The Last Balcony Stories
Rhys Hughes’ detailed review of the original InkerMen Press ‘Last Balcony’ book: HERE
THE HORROR ANTHOLOGY OF HORROR ANTHOLOGIES
THE FIRST BOOK OF CLASSICAL HORROR STORIES
HORROR WITHOUT VICTIMS
As Cartref Press 1998 (https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/only-connect/):
MY OWN SELF-(RE)PUBLISHED WORKS AND REVIEWS IN MEGAZANTHUS BOOK FORM:-
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The publishing arm of DF Lewis (Weirdmonger, Nemonymous) for the word-hungry. Always a non-profit venture.
INTRODUCTION: When I started the Nemonymous anthologies in 2001 they were a cross between a book and a magazine. And eventually ‘megazanthus’ was a word I invented in 2003 as a hybrid of ‘magazine’ and ‘anthology’ coupled with resonances below:-
Me: the cult of ‘me’ … as denied by Nemo
Gaza: Eyeless In …(as in Aldous Huxley) … I-less?
nth: to the nth degree – symbolic of infinity
Us: the Jungian archetype of ourness and timelessness and collaboration and shared universes.”
Then I slowly began to call myself Megazanthus Press, especially when I started publishing unambiguous books. By the time of publishing the Megazanthus book in 2013, I have published 230 original stories with payments to their authors. Most of those stories are what I would describe as Horror stories of one sort or another.
(Thanks to Joe Young): Nom Nom Nom…