All Is Full of Hell
A Panegyric for William Blake
Mount Abraxas / Ex Occidente Press
An Anthology of Fiction, Art and Death Poetry
Illustrated by Denis Kostromitin Forkas
Large Format Hardcover
Edited by D.T. Ghetu and Damian Murphy
Let us begin,
In whisperd hymns
and mumbling prayers.
Is Nicodemus still in vigil weeping?
Blow Your Trumpet Gabriel!
For Albion is rotten to the core.
Blow Your Trumpet Zachariel!
For Jerusalem has fallen.
Blow Your Trumpet Michael!
For We are All Sick with Love.
Blow Your Trumpet Raphael!
For there are Vipers in Our Dreams.
Blow Your Trumpet Selaphiel!
For All is Full of Hell.
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 Miguel
Ghost of a Flea by Rhys Hughes
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
Torso in the Shadow by Adam S. Cantwell
Burnt the Fire of Thine Eyes by Oliver Smith
King Mob by Philip Fracassi
La Fleur Infernale by Leopold Nacht
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
If you missed the Celestial Son show at Dansehallerne, or if you want an opportunity to catch the show again, March 25th is that day. You can get tickets here. This promises to be a great evening. Franklin Zoo support, and visuals by Lasse Hoile and myself, with contributions from the theater group Tidsrum. There will be full screenings of the Flow of Creation, Deathwish, Divide and Conquer and others. I am delighted to contribute to the show, and it is highly recommended to catch Celestial Son live.
My novella Amerika is sold out at the publisher, but copies are available from these fine booksellers:
America has disappeared. Resources at the US Embassy in Copenhagen are a little stretched, and the extraordinary circumstances therefore require extraordinary measures, even if it means drawing upon the services of the world’s second greatest living detective – a disillusioned American expatriate called Mr. Denmark who is currently living in Copenhagen. Meanwhile, a travel writer called Mr. Sweden finds himself in a precarious position as the very subject matter of his next travel book seems to have disappeared. Copenhagen is gripped by a deep sense of unease. Bookshops and countries are disappearing, animals wearing Bowler hats are overrunning the city, the central immigration services have been beleaguered by tuxedo wearing penguins- infernal forces might be at work. And then there is that walking, talking Mauser-toting cat who might or might not be in cahoots with the Execrate Himself. A weird occult novella in homage to Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita.
Below is a piece of concept art that was not included in the book. The first five people who email me a picture of the book on their shelves will receive a signed copy of the artwork with a handwritten passage quoted on the reverse side, free, anywhere in the world. Email me your picture and postage address to sotjensen(at)gmail.com
Artwork will ship, and offer good through to February 1st, 2017.(If the world is still here)