ALL IS FULL OF HELL – Now Available

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May 25, 2017 by Philip Fracassi

Pleased to announce the official release of ALL IS FULL OF HELL: A Panegyric for William Blake.
 
This anthology includes my story KING MOB.
 
This is a gorgeous, limited-edition fine press book (133 copies printed) from Mount Abraxas Press (an imprint of Ex Occidente). Edited by D.T. Ghetu and Damian Murphy, and illustrated by Denis Forkas Kostromitin.
 
Copies can be reserved with Ziesing Books in the US by emailing info@ziesings.com, and with Fantastic Literature Ltd and Cold Tonnage in the UK. For more info, email exoccidente@gmail.com.
 
Full table of contents:
 
Trefoil is the Grail of Perdition by Sebastian Montesi​​​
​​The Kings of Cobweb and Dandelion by Colin Insole​
Feast of Fire by Alcebiades Diniz Migue​l​
​​Ghost of a Flea by Rhys Hugh​​es​
​Shadow of Horror risen in Eternity by Stephan Friedman
Great, Pale World by D.P. Watt
​Horrox ​​by Andrew Condous
​​The Secret Wound in Life by Joseph Dawson​​​
Burnt the Fire of Thine Eyes by Oliver Smith
King Mob by Philip Fracassi
La Fleur Infernale by Leopold Nacht
The Torso in Shadow by Adam S. Cantwell
I Want! I Want! by Henry Jovial
Christian Singles by Thomas Phillips
Wollstonecraft by Karim Ghahwagi​
​​​The Golden Mile by John Howard​
​​Nocturnal Gardens by​ Ramon Lasalle​
The Living Rapture by Jonathan Wood​
​Synarchy of Molten Bones by Deathspell Omega

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