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THUMP vol. 1 By Andrew McEwan
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"You are a component; purpose unknown." Being the space and time of Skidmore Shuffledeck, galactic mechanic. Tutored on the machine world of Perridi, Skidmore takes his first steps into a... More > space divided. The human diaspora is in full swing, just not in the twelve worlds, where Horatio Holroyd bends the void and Yours Truly chases his tail. Or on the cusp of the apocalypse, where Terminals seek the star at the centre of the universe - that they might destroy it. Skidmore has to learn fast. Firstly, interspatial displacement, aka "the trumpet". Secondly, himself, and who he can trust. For the difference between man and machine is the difference between passive stoicism and frenzied blood.< Less
Armwrestling the Dead By Andrew McEwan
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Oriel is a planet with a roof, a crusted atmospheric ceiling that falls in chunks like oversized snow. The snow is alive, the Ologists joke. It mimics life, but only out of the corner of your... More > eye...or behind your back. Oriel is a far-flung world whose raw potential is contested. A deliberately crashed spaceship throws the planet's atmosphere into turmoil, kick-starting an evolutionary process that accelerates out of control. There is indigenous life on Oriel but in a form unrecognised by man. Soon this, along with man himself, is transmuted into a pastiche of 21st Century Earth, people and buildings grown from the land itself in a matter of days, flourishing briefly before falling into conflict and decay. A few surviving humans struggle to make sense of the new world, whilst others are drawn to Oriel in a hopeless search for answers, redemption, and even lost love.< Less
The Orange Propeller By Andrew McEwan
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From the banks of the Tyne, via the Spanish Civil War, Malta and the industrialised innards of Sicily's Mt. Etna, Swene's journey is one possessed of unrelenting momentum. Fleeing a murder, he... More > escapes his past but is inevitably drawn back, memory loss and identity crises seemingly in tandem with a future he struggles to comprehend, governed by dark and beautiful women and a watch with two faces that can literally turn back time. Meanwhile, Stalwart, a century earlier, chooses to embroil himself and his underdeveloped journalistic skills in conspiracies both foreign and domestic. An unwitting bit player, he pokes his nose and flaunts his shiny new boots in and about the corrupted guts of Newcastle, presenting himself as a willing fool whilst secretly unearthing the dark and terrible truths of his otherworldly being. Is the sign of the orange propeller a time-travellers' secret sigil, an anarchist codex, or the blurred apparatus of the aerial interloper Stalwart believes to be his real father?< Less
Ocellus By Andrew McEwan
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A Geordie sketchbook featuring time travel, reincarnation and the entire history of Newcastle-upon-Tyne from Roman to present day. There is a mythology inherent in regions with a strong cultural... More > identity, none more so than North East England, where the fabulous exists alongside the mundane and both are treated with a dispassion born of having seen it all before. The world was invented here, and it started with the first bridge, Pons Aelius, over the Tyne. Merging historical fact with picturesque invention and involving notable names, perilous deeds and fantastical undertakings, Ocellus is a unique mix of all things weird and wordy that boasts both supernatural elements and everyday machinations, served up on a plate of local manners with a good dollop of humour, metaphysics and poetry.< Less
Warm Refrigerator By Andrew McEwan
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An unfortunate private eye washes up in a town off the map. Palace Porad is locked in a bygone era of heavy industry. Arriving to investigate the disappearance of a company father, Samuel Dickinson... More > finds himself drawn into and under a self-contained world of hellish upswellings and mysterious human archives - souls that are books and books that are souls. He writes to his own Scheherazade, as slowly he sinks, spied upon by crows and coming to grips with the idea of a truly mechanical universe. There are stories and there are living stories. And there are the dead.< Less
Imbroglio By Andrew McEwan
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Michael Tomatoes, artist, sculptor and manic-depressive, is a man at pains to discover the nature of self, even if that means being someone else. A tool of fate, he sticks his fingers in the electric... More > socket of life and wonders about suffering and loss. Is his obsession with numbers the result of a robotic condition, metal under the skin, or a paranoic attempt to decipher the intricacies of a more mundane and human predicament? That is: breathing, sucking in and blowing out all those other selves that compose a reality at once familiar and strange.< Less
Underlay By Andrew McEwan
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Underlay: a Rhapsody in Colour and Black And White…a political satire, comic fantasy, horror story, detective novel. Featuring…Death and Romance, Heroes, Villains, Demons,... More > Succubi…confused men, fey women, a child who is fated to replay old records, a journalist whose hair and car are both yellow, two boys in the movie business, another who builds fish, several competing producers/directors… Giving up…Murder, Treachery, a talking penis. Incorporating Pain and an idea of Justice in a city that is all cities… On Earth as it is in Hell And Heaven, Past And Future, the Mother Metropolis: ILEUM.< Less
Subvision By Andrew McEwan
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Scherzo Trepan's journey to the underworld begins each morning on the banks of a river. A rusted fridge is his elevator and to the sweat and heat of an incinerator plant he travels. Until one day he... More > wakes up in a hospital to the sight of aliens landing and the sound of a snapped on rubber glove. He searches for his dead sister, Rhiann, whose marriage to the Devil has been arranged by their father as a means of enhancing his job prospects. Accompanied by a three-legged mutant and a spanner, Scherzo makes a perilous descent into Hell, whilst on the surface world plots shift and transubstantiate, past and future conjoin, entities expostulate, characters - living and dead - get stuck on roundabouts. "A manic surrealist tapestry of outrageous colours and heady descriptive passages that may well burn holes in your brain. Or make a cat-flap."< Less

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