Given the amount of music which has been published on this site of late, I thought it prudent to briefly list and explain some common muscial terms. 12" – twelve-inch single (a type of gramophone record). adagio – a down-tempo passage / a comparatively slow piece (60-80 bpm). allegro – a up-tempo passage / a… Continue reading Short Glossary Of Musical Terminology
A regularly updated archive of Logos-published music is presently under development on the Logos Patreon. All tracks in the directory will be available for download in wav file format¹ (ordered by date) for Logos patrons, exclusively; regardless of the tier of patron support. Meaning that all directory tracks will be able to be downloaded and… Continue reading Music Downloads Now Available For Logos Patrons
Peter Clarke's latest novella, The Singularity Survival Guide, is now available in paperback from Logos Literature. The book has received a warm reception thus far; author, entrepreneur and political activist, Zoltan Istvan said of the work, "The technological singularity has officially been treated to a full-scale parody, and it's even more comical and irreverent than… Continue reading The Singularity Survival Guide, by Peter Clarke, Now Available in Paperback & Kindle
We're always open to ideas on sites to cover for future installments, so if you know a good writer or collective, let us know via email@example.com FLASH FICTION Ramya Tantry of the whimsical writing site, And Miles Before I Go To Sleep... published The Mist, a surreal micro-fiction about (as you might have guessed) a peculiar mist… Continue reading Fiction Circular 9/7/18
FLASH FICTION First up, Nell of The Library of Nell published a sequence of erotic microfictions entitled The Book of the Woodsman as well as the surreal, The Book of Morpheus. Decidedly evocative. Very interested to see her future works. "We raised our faces at octagon windows of colour, through mirrors, upending to infinity." --- Book… Continue reading Fiction Circular 8/31/18
Audio reading of the the article, The Opposition Identity of the Anti-Tribe (Click on the highlighted section of the article title to read the article in its entirety). The reader did not wish for her identity to be publicized.
I like what I do. Some writers have said in print that they hated writing and it was just a chore and a burden. I certainly don't feel that way about it. Sometimes it's difficult. You know, you always have this image of the perfect thing which you can never achieve, but which you never… Continue reading Sex, Violence, Death, Toil: A Brief Primer On Fiction Writing, Prt. 1