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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 5:38 pm 
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Yeah I enjoyed writing that story :)

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:15 am 
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Bob Lock wrote:
(Bob is a Fable)

Ok, my name is now, Billy Bob Bad Aesop Zombie...


:lol: =D>

I liked the blues man sound of Bad Bob Zombie!

:-k Trying to warp Bad Aesop into Badass, but it just won't go.

never mind :arrow:

PS Does that make it BBBAZ for short?

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 8:48 am 
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I have just completed the publication of nine books in the space of as many days! They contain some of the stuff I had published 1986-2000!
Here they are photographed in real-time situations:
http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/201 ... ent-books/
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:35 am 
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Stuart Hughes has recently announced this in public: "Stumar Press are delighted to announce they will be publishing Let's Eat Monsters in 2013 - a collection of horror stories collaboratively written by Tim Lebbon and D. F. Lewis."

Me: These are nine collaborations with Tim that were published in print in various places over 10 years ago, plus one that was never published in print.
Very pleased at this prospect.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:59 am 
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A tentative long-term project started yesterday regarding my fiction collaborations with several auspicious writers at the turn of the last century: http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/201 ... esteryear/
(Meanwhile, I am confidently expecting all the collabs with Tim Lebbon (LET'S EAT MONSTERS) and Margaret B Simon to be two separate independently published books, as was BUSY BLOOD recently with Stuart Hughes.)

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:34 pm 
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Latest instalment of my Sparking Neurones column is up at http://www.teemingbrain.com/2012/09/26/ ... ts-part-1/

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 7:49 am 
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My 2003 collection Spare Parts has been reissued as an ebook by Stumar Press. Introduction by Tim Lebbon. Illustrations by David Bezzina and Bob Covington. Incompetent hackwork by me. http://stumarpress.webs.com/spareparts.htm

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 9:29 am 
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Congrats Stu, and as I'm an opportunist I reprised my old review of "Spare Parts" on the blog:-

http://trumpetville.wordpress.com/2012/ ... are-parts/

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 1:17 pm 
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**Disturbing Fiction Collaborations with DF Lewis** A SELECTION
(working title HIRAETH) (stories written and published at the Turn of the Century). The list is complete below and the mnuscript prepared, although there may be one or two more should I be able to contact the writers involved. If anyone knows a publisher who would be interested in putting these into a book....

The Sound of Children – Anthea Holland (fantasque 2000)
Variations on the Vile – Richard Gavin (Book of Dark Wisdom 2003)
Knuckledraggers, Inc. – John Travis (The Zone 1999)
Popper’s in the Wine – P.F. Jeffery (Lateral Moves 1998)
In the Belly of the Snake – Paul Pinn (The Edge 1996)
I Consume That of the Edge of Exquisite Taste – Craig Sernotti (Not Dead, But Dreaming 1997)
The London Fairground – Allen Ashley (The Heliograph 1999)
Harvest Time – Gordon Lewis (Enigmatic Tales 2000)
Three Suns For Yesterday – Jeff Holland (shown on-line)
Don’t Drown the Man Who Taught You to Swim – David Mathew (Redsine 2002, Paranoid Landscapes 2006)
The Fat Bat – Scott Urban (Octobyr 1998)
Tale With Unknown Collaborator – Carlton Mellick (shown on-line)
The Slippery Pearls – Mike Philbin/Hertzan Chimera (Masque 1995)
NITS – Paul Bradshaw (Voyage 1999)
Tungus – Jeff Holland (Rictus 1995)
The Shoal – Lawrence Dyer (shown on-line)
The Moon Pool – M.F. Korn (Eraserhead Press 2001)
The Quest of the Mouther – Rhys Hughes (Visions 1997)
The Swimming Pool – Tony Mileman
Disaffected Blood – David Price (Unhinged 2000)
Tiny Hooks and Dainty Door-Keys – Mark McLaughlin (Flesh & Blood 2003)
Mary’s Broken House – Dominy Clements (shown on-line)
The Winged Menace – John B Ford (The Evil Entwines 2002)
This Flight Tonight – Gary Couzens (Substance 1994, Second Contact 2003)
Remission – Anthea Holland (Roadworks 1996)

The multiple collabs with Stuart Hughes (already published as BUSY BLOOD) , with Tim Lebbon (to be published as LET'S EAT MONSTERS) and with Marge Simon (to be announced when finalised)...

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 6:00 pm 
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Pete wrote:
Congrats Stu, and as I'm an opportunist I reprised my old review of "Spare Parts" on the blog:-

http://trumpetville.wordpress.com/2012/ ... are-parts/


Cheers, Pete.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:27 am 
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I've been able to add another story to the long list above:
'Finnegan Awake' - Simon Woodward.
If you remember, Simon was once Peeping Tom's 'Scaremonger of the Year' in the 1990s...

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 4:52 pm 
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A plug for an upcoming anthology that has me in it: The Future Fire's Outlaw Bodies will be available in November. There's a few mentions on the editor's blog (http://djibrilalayad.blogspot.co.uk/search?q=outlaw+bodies) and the most recent is offering review copies if anyone's up for it. There'll be some guest blogging at some point, too :)

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 1:35 pm 
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I've just released the cover art to the next book in the Apollo Quartet, The Eye With Which The Universe Beholds Itself. I'm expecting the book to be available in about a month or so.

See here for the cover art.

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Courtesy of editor David Longhorn, you can now hear my Hallowe’en story “October Dreams” from issue 22 of Supernatural Tales. If you’ve got 5 minutes, give it a listen. The story is infinitely better for David’s reading. If you like what you hear, consider purchasing a coy of David’s fine journal.

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To celebrate the latest instalment of Sparking Neurones delving into the psychological and spiritual aspects of Spider-Man I've composed a little song:

Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Does whatever a spider can.
Climbing walls, fighting crime. Like spiders do all the time.
Look out, here comes the Spider-Man.

All his powers, could be mystic. The idea makes fanboys go ballistic.
Can he rise from the dead? Didn't he used to be wed?
Hey, there! There goes the Spider-Man.

Why is his life so tragic? Maybe the spider's his totem?
Could it be to do with magic? And has he got a super-powered scrotum?

Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Friendly neighbourhood, Spider-Man.
His webbed mask lends him power. Stops him being a wallflower.
Look out, here comes the Spider-Man.

Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Friendly neighbourhood, Spider-Man.
His webbed mask lends him power. Stops him being a wallflower.
Read about him in this column. I wonder why he moves like Gollum?
You'll love the Spider-Man!

http://www.teemingbrain.com/2012/10/03/ ... n-in-tight s-part-2/

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