The first MYTHIC DELIRIUM of 2016! Features from Finch, Leibowitz, Frederick

January 17th, 2016 No Comments

Mythic_Delirium_2_3_web_smallHello, everyone! I hope the new year has been good to you so far.
 
Here at Mythic Delirium Books, we have a lot going on in the first half of 2016, not least of which is the release of our first Mythic Delirium issue of the year.
 
In our January-March 2016 issue, Sheila Finch, Janna Layton, and Jeannette Ng provide fantasy tales that have embedded within them thoughtful takes on Christian themes, in the best traditions of Stephen King or James Morrow. A breeze from the ocean wafts through each of these tales as well, bearing tidings of murder, mayhem, and mermaids.
 
The poems in this issue further some of the motifs found in the fiction. Sandi Leibowitz and Melissa Frederick contemplate worlds ending; Olchar E. Lindsann discusses deicide while Edith Hope Bishop contemplates horrors that have become disturbingly everyday; Alexandra Seidel and Jennifer Crow complete the tour by taking us out to sea.
 
Our cover photograph, by Anne Sampson, depicts an eerie sculpture by Anita Allen, from her recent gallery show Beyond the Borders.
 
Click here to read our featured story and poems for January. To read the complete issue without having to wait for the next features to go live, purchase it at Amazon or at Weightless Books, or subscribe, either at Weightless Books, or right here on the Mythic Delirium Books website.
 
Here’s the complete schedule for the new issue’s release:
 

Featured in January
Burdens • Sheila Finch
Umbrellas of the Aftermath • Sandi Leibowitz
Moving the Earth • Melissa Frederick

 
Featured in February
Luz and Bee at the Beach • Janna Layton
The Immortal Accursed • Olchar E. Lindsann
When the Gunman Comes • Edith Hope Bishop
 
Featured in March
Three Hundred Years • Jeannette Ng
Deep Sea Mermaid Fishing • Alexandra Seidel
Love, and the Merciless Sea • Jennifer Crow

 
Happy reading!
 
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