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OUR BOOKS • Mythic Delirium Books

OUR BOOKS

 

By C. S. E. Cooney
The Twice-Drowned Saint
Dark Breakers
Bone Swans: Stories

 

By Mike Allen, C. S. E. Cooney,
Amanda J. McGee
and Jessica P. Wick

A Sinister Quartet

 

Edited by Mike Allen
Clockwork Phoenix: Tales
of Beauty and Strangeness

Clockwork Phoenix 2: More
Tales of Beauty and Strangeness

Clockwork Phoenix 3: New
Tales of Beauty and Strangeness

Clockwork Phoenix 4
Clockwork Phoenix 5

 

Edited by Mike and Anita Allen
Mythic Delirium
Mythic Delirium: Volume Two

By Theodora Goss
The Collected Enchantments
Snow White Learns Witchcraft
In the Forest of Forgetting
Songs for Ophelia

 

By Barbara Krasnoff
The History of Soul 2065

 

By Nicole Kornher-Stace
Latchkey

 

By Mike Allen
Aftermath of
an Industrial Accident

Unseaming
The Black Fire Concerto
Hungry Constellations (poems)
The Spider Tapestries
The Sky-Riders
(with Paul Dellinger)


 


Coming soon

The Twice-Drowned Saint

a novel by C. S. E. Cooney

illustrated by Lasse Paldanius

 

Pre-order now!

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“Many have spoken about how angels can be both terrifying yet beautiful, but few have successfully captured the idea well—until The Twice-Drowned Saint, at least. A sumptuous, saw-toothed read, it is a jewel box of a novel, glittering with a thousand details and a bright longing we’re all familiar with, this want for a place better than we’re in now.”
—Cassandra Khaw, Bram Stoker and World Fantasy award-nominated author of Nothing but Blackened Teeth

Cover art by Lasse Paldnanius.

“C. S. E. Cooney’s prose is like a cake baked by the fairies.” —Theodora Goss

World Fantasy Award winner C. S. E. Cooney takes readers on a journey of wonder, terror, and joy in this mind-bending, heartfelt novel. Contained inside impassable walls of ice, the city of Gelethel endures under the rule of fourteen angels, who provide for all their subject’s needs and mete out grisly punishments for blasphemous infractions, with escape attempts one of the worst possible sins.

“Our narrator is Ishtu Q’Aleth (Ish for short), the new owner of Gelethel’s only cinema (having taken over from her father). More importantly, she’s also the secret saint of Alizar the Eleven-Eyed, Seventh Angel of Gelethel, and one of the fourteen angels who holds dominion over the city. As Ish explains it, at the age of eight she turned down Alizar’s offer to be his saint, but, in a moment that speaks to the novel’s charm, the young girl and the all-knowing angel agreed to continue their relationship in secret after bonding over their shared love of cinema. Near thirty years later Ish is desperate to get her sick parents out of the city, a near-impossible task given Gelethel is surrounded by an impenetrable blue serac. But Ish’s situation grows even more complicated when a new arrival to the city, a girl named Betony, appears as Alizar’s true saint. There’s so much to adore about the The Twice-Drowned Saint … [a] sublime short novel.” —Locus

Cover art, cover design and interior black and white illustrations by Lasse Paldanius.

“With The Twice-Drowned Saint, C. S. E. Cooney once again crafts dazzling feats of imagination grounded in human frailties and plunges her audience inside head-first. Her boldly unique characters live in a fever dream of balletic, graceful description that will make you gasp, even as they find their own escape through the seemingly-mundane world of movies. Like nothing else you’ve ever read, or will ever read.”
—Randee Dawn, author of Tune in Tomorrow

“Fabulous Gelethel is a city of godless angels who intoxicate themselves on human death, but within its icy walls a hidden saint and a dissident angel are hatching a plan. This story left me wrecked and rebuilt: it’s a truly glorious tale of family bonds, forgiveness, sacrifice, courage … and how gods are born. Written with Cooney’s signature soaring prose, humor, and imagination, this tale shines a light on cruelties both fantastical and familiar. It honors sorrow and embraces joy—I will treasure it always”
—Francesca Forrest, author of The Inconvenient God


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