Reiterations of Highgate

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Come on up.

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Prophet of the mundane-sublime.

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Gateway.

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Fall into the world.

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Eagle and Magnolia.

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Getting lost sitting on a bench.

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Portals in the distance.

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And on and on.

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Under the Bridge.

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Lone.

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Viriconium again.

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Lovecraftian entity from one angle turns out to be giant cock from another.
(Which makes me wonder.)

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Circles within circles.

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Take the road leading out.

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Constant standoff between the mundane and the sublime.

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Five.

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I knew I was on the right way.

More Creative Writing News

Wyrd Daze has expanded onto Patreon and I’m happy to be a regular contributor to their Writers Club. I’m in excellent company too! Take a look at the new Patreon page and the many cool rewards for patrons.
Here you can find the current issue 6 showcase, and here’s the showcase for issue 5 (featuring my short story “Déjà Tué” as well as a comic strip entitled “Who by Fire”, which I’ve collaborated on with Joshua Levesque).

Posh suburban dérive: Ruckerlberg

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Mistletoe.

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The way to Rivendell? (& a hidden fortress)

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Amon.

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Lacuna.

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Signage.

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Spider.

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Mirrors of suburbia.

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Light.

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More mistletoe.

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Triffid attack.

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Triffid claw closeup.

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Sentinels.

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World’s End.

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Usurpia.

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Little painted cock.

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Reverse patchwork.

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The way back.

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Nuts & bolts & stuff.

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Achtung elektrische Gehsteigheizung.

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How much of this art was planned?

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Stencil closeup.

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Spooky uniformity spilling out.

More Weird Politics

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My essay “Sympathy for the Shoggoth” is now up on Infinite Earths! It’s based on a talk I gave at last year’s Weird Council Conference at Birkbeck and now features a lot of additional material as well as awesome illustrations by John Coulthart, Abigail Larson, K.L. Turner, and Nicholas Kole. (Thank you for letting me use them!)

Teaser illustration above: “Shoggoth” by K.L. Turner.