PROSE From Fictive Dream: Delirium by John C. Mannone. "The brick-lumps sifted through the black morph into swarms of fire ants with glassy-grit teeth." (Delirium) From Spelk: Letters to Dead People by Foster Trecost. “I sometimes write letters to my father, but he doesn’t read them.” “How do you know?” “Because dead people can’t read… Continue reading Circular 1/22/20
The PDF (90 pages) & EPUB (76 pages) editions of The Silence & The Howl: Book I (a novella) are now available from the Logos Literature patreon and can be found HERE. For those who aren't interested in becoming patrons, the entire novella can be read (for free) HERE.
The tracks Cherished Memories (a tranquil orchestral leitmotif) and Crow's Feast (a jubilant waltz), Eidos (a industrial orchestral anthem) are now available for download (in wav format) for all Logos patrons.
In a couple of months all audio will be gone from this site due to financial setbacks, but will still be regularly uploaded to our patreon page. Additionally, a pdf ebook of the novella The Silence & The Howl (Book I of III) is forthcoming; all principal editing is completed and it only remains to… Continue reading Update On Audio & The Silence & The Howl PDF
Due to copyright concerns, nearly all images used on this site have been removed. From now on, only images created by authors of the site will be uploaded.
Regular readers of the site will be aware that circulars have been few and far between of late. That is not because I've discontinued the series, but simply because I've been focused on various other projects (namely music composition and writing). With that said—Merry Christmas! to all our readers and supporters. — K. E., Logos… Continue reading Circular 12/25/19 (Yuletide Edition)
Sergei Taneyev : String Trio in E-flat major Op. 31 (1910-11) – a performance on violin, viola and cello. Vasily Kalinnikov - Symphony no. 1. – a majestic symphony. Frescobaldi's Toccata by Rob Dougan (Orchestral Session) – a lively, commanding rearrangement of Cassadó Gaspar's Toccata in the Style of Frescobaldi (1925). Sergei Rachmaninov : The… Continue reading Music Recommendations 12/22/19