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The first Mythic Deliriums of 2015: features by Kishore, Thakrar, Thomas • Mythic Delirium Books

The first Mythic Deliriums of 2015: features by Kishore, Thakrar, Thomas

January 12th, 2015 No Comments

Mythic_Delirium_1_3_cover_smOur first issue of the new year is here, and this is how we’re pitching it:

A family copes with a pall of silence as a physical phenomenon. A doomed guide leads a pair of foreigners on a desert journey to meet her people’s terrifying and merciless protector. A disturbing incident in a university dorm begins an unsettling transformation. Divine beings dare to venture from their ocean homes, oracles warn of floods, and dreams leak from the eyes of the citizenry.

The complete issue showcases genre-blurring tales from Swapna Kishore, Sunny Moraine and Livia Llewellyn, accompanied by mysterious and moving verse from Jeannine Hall Gailey, John Philip Johnson, Kristine Ong Muslim, Shveta Thakrar and Sheree Renée Thomas. Anita Allen’s quirky, eerie specimen sculptures provided us with an offbeat, striking cover, perfect for the tone we want to set.
You can get the issue by

• Subscribing at the Mythic Delirium website (link)
• Subscribing at Weightless Books (link) or buy the issue there (link)
• Buying it on Amazon for Kindle (link)

For a taste, you can read our first three featured works, from Kishore, Thakrar and Thomas, right now.
Here’s the full table of contents and schedule:

Featured in January
The Absence of Words • Swapna Kishore
The Nagini’s Night Song • Shveta Thakrar
The Nightflies • Sheree Renée Thomas
Featured in February
A Shadow on the Sky • Sunny Moraine
Even in Arcadia • Kristine Ong Muslim
Visitation of the Oracle at McKain Street • Sheree Renée Thomas
Featured in March
Pureland • Livia Llewellyn
Love Song • John Philip Johnson
A Primer for Reading 23 Pairs of Chromosomes, or, Introduction to Your Own Personal Genome Project • Jeannine Hall Gailey


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