Join Us for a Night at The Grand Guignol (Theatre of Horror)

A friend sent us an invite to an event, a 3 night event, that involves horror and theatre, which caused the hairs on the back of my neck to raise.  Intrigued, I looked into what The Grand Guignol (Theatre of Horror) on Staten Island was all about.

“….3 nights of live performances featuring five plays that will keep you on the edge of your seat,” states the description from the facebook event page (more below)

April 1st  8-10pm
April 2nd 8-10pm
April 3rd 3-5pm
Hub 17 at 73 Wave Street, Staten Island NY

 

Remembering Peter by Christopher Mancuso  Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Remembering Peter by Christopher Mancuso
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Staten Island has had a long history of horrors and once was visited by the Grandfather of Cosmic Horror himself, H.P. Lovecraft, so we are eager for stories that will keep us on the edge of our seat.  Plus this show includes stories by two of our friends, Brooke Haramija of the paranormal investigation team SCARED! and Haramija’s fellow SCARED! Paranormal Investigator, Myth Ink Books Author Christopher Mancuso (Remembering Peter, in Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York)

There have been horror stories published about Staten Island, featuring historical people and places, such as The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales, and Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York, but, “There is nothing like this on Staten Island,” cites Producer Kimbra Eberly. It is our hope this is the start of a new, longstanding tradition of horror on Staten Island.
Tickets are $22, and $40 for 2!!
Tickets are available by clicking here

The producers have “come up with 5 original plays, performance art and a very entertaining night filled with twists and turns,” but seating is limited.

There is also a GoFundMe Page set up to assist the production team with this unique form of entertainment in order to build the sets, paint, wood, carpentry, tarps, a movable wall, plexiglass, and lighting.

Please consider donating, and every donation $50 or more gets you a custom Grand Guignol Tee shirt.

FROM THE HUB 17 NYC EVENT PAGE:
The Grand Guignol (The Theatre of Horror) started in France in the late 1800’s and continued for over sixty years. Hub 17 will be paying homage to this style of theatre with their own original plays and performances.  

 From the moment of entrance, you can expect a feeling of eeriness and uneasiness.  The plays include an array of questionable characters, filled with intensity and also humor.  We are honored to have gifted writers, directors, actors and professional tech folks working with us.

“GET READY, GET SET,  GUIGNOL”

Hosted by Doug LaTourette
Plays included are:

1. Inadmissable (Lizzie Borden) written by Kimbra Eberly – Directed by Lawrence Schwabacher

2. Dreams and Wishes – written by Brooke Haramija
Twilight-Zone-esque story, about a very old woman who has quite a story to tell.”

3. The fearless Ghost Hunter – written and directed by Kimbra Eberly

4. Room 309 – written by Christopher Mancuso
Directed by Mike Vesey
About the zombie apocalypse, and the room which is home to an infected patient

5. The Barn – written by Lawrence Schwabacher
Directed by Lawrence Schwabacher

Also performing are
Douglas LaTourette – Poetry and the Ringmaster of the night, featuring (the severed head)
The DaDa group – performance art
A musical interlude – Rina Sklar Dabdoub

Credits include:
Inadmissable – Lance Reha (filmmaker)
Douglas LaTourette- Poet,  Artist, Producer
Kimbra Eberly- Writer-Technical, Producer
Kenny Graham- Technical
Miriam Silver- Technical
Brooke Haramija- writer, actress
Chris Mancuso- Writer, Actor
Larry Schwabacher- Writer, Director
Vivian Vasser- Performance art, Actress
Mike Vessey- Actor, Director
Dorri Aspinwall- Actress
Daniel Wuerdeman – Actor
Tyler Cucciniello – Actor
Mary Campbell- Performance Art, Actress
Ray Vazquez- Actor- carpentry
Rina Sklar Dabdoub- Actress, musician
Jay Sayers- Technical, carpentry

Featured Guests on the Tribbles in Ecstasy Podcast

Anthology_BannerLast Friday we were humbled and honored to be a part of the Star Trek Anthology Writers Forum on the Tribbles in Ecstasy Podcast. The show featured a discussion about our contribution to writing the pilot for “Mother,” a series being produced by Star Trek Anthology alongside our fellow Star Trek Anthology writers, Jim Bray (Series Creator) Brian Covault, Gary Karp, and William Alexander.
Tribbles204-890x501The show hosts asked us about writing for Star Trek Anthology, working together (Jessica Burke, my wife and Myth Ink Books Editor in Chief, and myself) and what we have written/published.  I am very grateful to the hosts of Tribbles in Ecstasy for allowing me the time to discuss our work, and our forthcoming paranormal book, Tails from The Other Side, which we are coordinating with Paranormal Investigator Christopher Mancuso to benefit Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue.

Episode 204 of Tribbles in Ecstasy can be found here or click the image above
To read more of Star Trek Anthology Click here
531089_1045fe0d00ee4028822084d31337948c.jpg_srz_238_238_85_22_0.50_1.20_0To learn more of Tails from the Other Side Click Here, or the menu option at top

New Guest Contributor, Deadline Extension: Tails from the Other Side

We are excited to announce, and honored to have aboard our charity volume Tails from the Other Side: Pets and the Paranormal a new Guest Contributor: Artist and Paranormal State’s Occult Researcher Eilfie Music.

Eilfie Music
Eilfie Music

“…From 2007 until the shows end in 2011 Eilfie was a regular on the A&E series Paranormal State as a researcher and using her occult knowledge. She continues to investigate the paranormal during her off time.  When not tracking down specters in old buildings she is working on her art inspired by years of study and her personal passions. She lives in Pennsylvania with her wonderful husband Chris, puppy Temujin and kitties.…”

About Tails from the Other Side:
Paranormal Investigator/Animal Rescuer Christopher Mancuso (SCARED!)and Myth Ink Books are teaming up to benefit Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue with a project dedicated to pets and the paranormal. At one time, we have all benefited from the loving nature of our animal companions. Whether cat, dog, bird or other, our pets have provided much needed love and support. However, it is a heart wrenching, devastating loss when our pet passes away. This project is dedicated to the paranormal experiences you may have had after your animal companion has crossed over to the Other Side.

Click here to read more of this project

We have extended the deadline to April 2nd, 2016 and have updated our “How to Contribute” section of the project page.  Please review the information carefully if you wish to contribute, download our Questionnaire, and send any questions to: mythinkbooks@gmail.com

New Year, New Horror ebook Releases!

Happy New Year!
We hope you are all recovering, and digging out, from the wrath of yesterday’s big winter storm.
Looking for something to read on your Kindle app as you stay warm inside?
Today we have launched two new Kindle ebooks only previously available in trade paperback:(Click on Cover image of either title to be taken to Amazon Kindle Page)

        Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York Illustrated by Luke Spooner Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York ($7.00 via Kindle) with Color Cover and 20 full color illustrations by Luke Spooner
This is the first time the color versions of Luke’s illustrations have been available in this title

The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales ($3.99 via Kindle) with Color Cover, 3 black and white, with 1 internal color illustration by Luke Spooner

We now have dedicated pages to each title under our “Fiction Anthologies,” drop down menu above, check out early press and reviews!
We hope you enjoy these new ebook releases and not go entirely mad reading them. Please be sure to leave us a review on Amazon, and on GoodReads

In One Week: We will be Vendors at the C2D1 Haunting 30th Anniversary Paranormal Symposium

C2D1 Haunting 30th Anniversary Paranormal Symposium
Saturday October 17th
Geneseo, New York

In one week’s time Myth Ink Books will be vendors at the C2D1 Haunting 30th Anniversary Paranormal Symposium.  We will have all of our titles available, plus a selection of used books and products geared toward the paranormal community.
We will be located at Bailey Hall – Room 203 SUNY Geneseo Campus 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Many thanks to Christopher DiCesare, Bill WIlliams and event sponsor CITA Productions for this opportunity.
Click here to learn more of the fantastic vendors at the Symposium

Read all about the Symposium below.

About the C2D1 Haunting 30th Anniversary Paranormal Symposium (website):
Back in the winter of 1985 a dozen college students living in Erie Hall were terrorized by an extreme haunting. Lasting for several months, students eventually knew to stay away from room C2D1 where a full-bodied apparition was sighted and photographed, strange disembodied voices were heard (that were eventually recorded) and moving objects witnessed. What makes this extreme haunting particularly compelling and unique is not just the duration (it lasted for several months) but its extreme intensity: the large number of credible witnesses (including a priest, a college professor, and several parents), the vicious physical attacks and the amount of surviving historical evidence.

On Saturday, October 17th, 2015 at SUNY Geneseo, in beautiful Geneseo NY, the paranormal symposium is occurring to explore the C2D1 haunting and honor the survivors at the exact location where it occurred! There will be a vendor area, live musical concert by Mr. Paul Davie; a never before seen in public version of the hit SyFy School Spirits: Dorm Room Nightmare episode; an unprecedented haunted survivor panel; six unique professional lectures focusing on aspects of the C2D1 Haunting; and a keynote address by author, Mr. Christopher Di Cesare, the ‘Ghost Boy of Geneseo’ as seen on SyFy and heard on Coast to Coast AM. And for those brave adventurers, the event will end with a campus ghost walk led by Mr. Christopher Di Cesare and John Jeff Ungar.

The legend of the C2D1 Haunting has grown over the past 30 years and is now internationally known. This once-in-a-lifetime event is part of the college’s Homecoming Weekend. There will be NO charge to attend and there are no tickets as seating will be on a first come basis. The event is open to students, alumni as well as the general public.

Click here Read of the Incredible line up of Afternoon Lectures

This event is sponsored by

SUNY GENESEO ALUMNI RELATIONSGONE HAUNTING and ROLLING HILLS ASYLUM

With thanks to these great sponsors we will also be alongside other attendees on the
SUNY Geneseo Campus Ghost Walk, which tickets can be purchased by Clicking Here

Cannot attend the Symposium? Want to know more of the CD21 Haunting?
Then you must absolutely get a copy of Surviving Evidence: Memoir of An Extreme Haunting by Christopher DiCesare published by Dark Moon Press

About Surviving Evidence:
DiCesare’s view of life was forever changed by a series of horrifying events in and around his dorm room: C2D1 of Erie Hall. From early February through late April of 1985, he and his college friends would endure what is now called The C2D1 Haunting. Apparitions sighted, strange voices heard, moving objects witnessed and physical attacks all became part of the ordeal shared by Chris – who quickly became the focal point of the haunting. After years of avoiding the spotlight, in 2009 DiCesare – convinced by the level of respect and authenticity provided by the Please, talk with me film project – finally agreed to share his story. The film recreates the 1985 events surrounding the photograph that has become known across the internet as the ‘C2D1 ghost’. Featured on the SyFy channel’s show School Spirits. Please, talk with me premiered at SCARE-A-CUSE on September 14th, 2012 along with a companion book by the Rev. Tim Shaw. Surviving Evidence presents the most in depth look at the legendary C2D1 Haunting from the person at its center. DiCesare details the often extreme reactions — both positive and negative — that he and his fellow college mates experienced due to strange events that they were not prepared for. This memoir raises as many questions as it tries to answer. Historic relevancy, individual morality and the application of the paranormal experience in relation to free will are all deftly addressed in the context of the ten-week haunting by the person who witnessed it first-hand … and survived it.

 

 

Now Available from our Store: The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales 2nd Edition

Cover Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Cover Illustrated by Luke Spooner

NOW AVAILABLE FROM OUR STORE: The 2nd Edition of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales. This revised, 2nd edition of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales, contains 4 internal b/w illustrations and color cover illustrated by Luke Spooner, and an Introduction by David Neilsen. Be prepared to explore the everyday with a macabre, decidedly Lovecraftian twist.

The landscape of the authors collective imagination allows the mundane world to transcend into a place where kittens journey in time and space, and sometimes pick up hitchhikers, where humans aren’t the only ones who bring their children to work and storms can become creatures with their own appetite, where a simple ice cream cone takes on a nefarious edge. The titular piece, “The Friendly Horror” is a contemporary post-script to “Shadows over Innsmouth.”

Silas from The Friendly Horror Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Silas from The Friendly Horror
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

 

The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales
by Jessica Burke and Anthony Burdge

Introduction by David Neilsen

Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Visit my store on Storenvy
Click here to purchase $20 USD plus S/H

“This charming book is a …delightful celebration of that delicious state of being called ‘Lovecraftian.’ …this duo can write, with excellent effect….”
—W. H. Pugmire, Author of Monstrous Aftermath

“The Friendly Horror is a collection of Lovecraft inspired tales eloquently written with an unmistakable passion and voice for the genre…Luke Spooner does an amazing job of giving that haunting, sketchy feel to his drawings that only enhance the reading experience. They are a perfect complement to each tale …Burdge and Burke describe the transition and journey to Y’ha-nthlei the way C.S. Lewis describes Narnia…”
—Kris Lugosi, The Horror Society

Keepsakes Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Keepsakes
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

“I do not often think of horror as being friendly. Jessica Burke and Anthony Burdge have shown me the error of my ways with The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales. They have taught me that it is possible to feel the creeping dread of cosmic horror with a smile on my face…. This wide assortment of tales invites you in with a kind smile and a gentle nudge and, like with a friend or partner you trust implicitly, you invariably walk hand-in-hand through the darkness. However, you soon realize that the person holding your hand isn’t who you thought they were… but by then it’s far too late, and far too dark, to turn back.”
Click here to read full review by Clint Hale, The Dark of Things

“They call it the forgotten borough: Staten Island. Lonely, remote, looming, mysterious. Filled with abandoned cemeteries and hospitals, haunted houses and crumbling forts… Burke and …Burdge, have woven the strange history of the island into their …marvelous Lovecraftian collection … The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales….”

—Andrea Janes, Boroughs of the Dead

Concerning The Storm-1
Concerning the Storm Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Table of Contents

Foreword

An Introduction by David Neilsen

The Odor

Pockets

A Guide to Acclimating New Felines to their New Home—Best done with Kittens under the age of 10 months, Can be Adapted with Ease

A Daddy & Me Day

Hungry Snow

Keepsakes

Concerning the Storm

The Friendly Horror

Afterword

About the Contributors

Guest Contributor Michelle Belanger Joins Tails from the Other Side

Belanger_PromoWe are very excited to announce that Michelle Belanger, “…a leading authority on psychic and supernatural topics…” has joined our charity project, Tails from the Other Side, which she cites as a “cause close to her heart.”

It is a heart wrenching, devastating loss when our pet passes away. This project is dedicated to the paranormal experiences you may have had after your animal companion has crossed over to the Other Side. We are teaming up with Paranormal Investigator/Animal Rescuer Christopher Mancuso to benefit Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue

Belanger is the 3rd Guest Contributor to join this project after John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley and the team behind Tails from the Other Side are extraordinarily grateful for her support and contribution to the project.

We all have been fans of her work for a long time and are looking forward to meeting with her on November 4th in New York City as part of her Conspiracy of Angels book release tour.
If you are not familiar with the work of Michelle Belanger here is more about her & see below for details on how to contribute to this charity project concerning Pets and the Paranormal.

Michelle Belanger is most widely recognized for her work on television’s Paranormal State, where she explored abandoned prisons and haunted houses while blindfolded and in high heels. A leading authority on psychic and supernatural topics, her non-fiction research in books like The Dictionary of Demons and The Psychic Vampire Codex has been sourced in television shows, university courses, and numerous publications around the world. She has worked as a media liaison for fringe communities in the occult and paranormal world, performed with gothic and metal bands, and designed immersive live action gaming events for companies such as Wizards of the Coast. Her thrilling paranormal fiction series launches this fall through Titan Books with Conspiracy of Angels. Michelle resides near Cleveland, Ohio. More information on Michelle and her work can be found at www.michellebelanger.com. She is active on Twitter as @sethanikeem.

If you wish to contribute to Tails from the Other Side please Click Here for all the Guidelines you need to contribute. We would be very grateful you could share the page with your network even if you are unable to contribute as this is benefiting a very good cause.

Pre-Order The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales 2nd Edition

Cover Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Cover Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Now available for Pre-Order the 2nd Edition of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales. This revised, 2nd edition of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales, contains 4 internal b/w illustrations and color cover illustrated by Luke Spooner, and an Introduction by David Neilsen.  Be prepared to explore the everyday with a macabre, decidedly Lovecraftian twist.

The landscape of the authors collective imagination allows the mundane world to transcend into a place where kittens journey in time and space, and sometimes pick up hitchhikers, where humans aren’t the only ones who bring their children to work and storms can become creatures with their own appetite, where a simple ice cream cone takes on a nefarious edge. The titular piece, “The Friendly Horror” is a contemporary post-script to “Shadows over Innsmouth.”

Silas from The Friendly Horror Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Silas from The Friendly Horror
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

 

The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales
by Jessica Burke and Anthony Burdge

Introduction by David Neilsen

Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Visit my store on Storenvy
Click here to purchase $20 USD plus S/H

“This charming book is a …delightful celebration of that delicious state of being called ‘Lovecraftian.’ …this duo can write, with excellent effect….”
—W. H. Pugmire, Author of Monstrous Aftermath

“The Friendly Horror is a collection of Lovecraft inspired tales eloquently written with an unmistakable passion and voice for the genre…Luke Spooner does an amazing job of giving that haunting, sketchy feel to his drawings that only enhance the reading experience. They are a perfect complement to each tale …Burdge and Burke describe the transition and journey to Y’ha-nthlei the way C.S. Lewis describes Narnia…”
—Kris Lugosi, The Horror Society

Keepsakes Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Keepsakes
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

“I do not often think of horror as being friendly. Jessica Burke and Anthony Burdge have shown me the error of my ways with The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales. They have taught me that it is possible to feel the creeping dread of cosmic horror with a smile on my face…. This wide assortment of tales invites you in with a kind smile and a gentle nudge and, like with a friend or partner you trust implicitly, you invariably walk hand-in-hand through the darkness. However, you soon realize that the person holding your hand isn’t who you thought they were… but by then it’s far too late, and far too dark, to turn back.”
—Clint Hale, The Dark of Things

“They call it the forgotten borough: Staten Island. Lonely, remote, looming, mysterious. Filled with abandoned cemeteries and hospitals, haunted houses and crumbling forts… Burke and …Burdge, have woven the strange history of the island into their …marvelous Lovecraftian collection … The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales….” —Andrea Janes, Boroughs of the Dead

Concerning The Storm-1
Concerning the Storm Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Table of Contents

Foreword

An Introduction by David Neilsen

The Odor

Pockets

A Guide to Acclimating New Felines to their New Home—Best done with Kittens under the age of 10 months, Can be Adapted with Ease

A Daddy & Me Day

Hungry Snow

Keepsakes

Concerning the Storm

The Friendly Horror

Afterword

About the Contributors

ADVANCE COPIES: FORGOTTEN LEAVES ESSAYS FROM A SMIAL NOW AVAILABLE

ForgottenLeaves-MockOur Tolkien essay collection, Forgotten Leaves: Essays From a Smial, is now available for purchase for the first time since the 2015 NY Tolkien Conference. These are the “Advance Copies,” which debuted during the Conference in a small panel with our contributors.

By purchasing this volume you are assisting our micro-press produce further books on Tolkien and related topics

Previously only available at 2015 New York Tolkien Conference

Visit my store on Storenvy
CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR STOREFRONT TO PURCHASE

ABOUT FORGOTTEN LEAVES

LIMITED STOCK, ONLY 19 Available

Our 1st volume dedicated “To the Professor,” with 14 essays examining varying topics in Tolkien studies.

A number of the essays were previously published in the Journal of the Northeast Tolkien Society (10 plus years ago) and have been revised by their authors.

Forgotten Leaves showcases fans as the first scholars. We wanted to present a scholarly discussion that was open to scholars and non-scholars alike. Here we have discussions that are academic, fannish, and pleasant blends of the two.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Jessica Burke

He Who Would Be First Must Be Last:
Tolkien’s Heroism in Lord of the Rings
—by Melissa Snyder

Tolkien’s Unintentional Use of Romanticism
in The Lord of the Rings
—by Elizabeth Johnson

Goldberry: Servant or Master of Bombadil?
—by Andrea Mathwich

The Captain & the Shieldmaiden, Change &
Balance, Éowyn & Faramir in Peter
Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings
—by Clare McBride

The Trees of Middle-earth: the Myth of
Their Inherent Evil
—by Laurel Michalek

Review of Tolkien and the Modernists
—by Maria Alberto

Tolkien and Gaming: A Fan’s Perspective
—by Chris Tuthill

Lessons from the Long Road
—by Laura Kemmerer

A World Without Myth
—by Jessica Burke

Masters of Fate: The Heroism and Doom of
Men in The Silmarillion
—by Richard Rohlin

Tolkien as a Catholic Mystic
—by Anthony S. Burdge

Authorship and the Vita Contemplativa:
Tolkien’s Self-Depiction in The Lord of the
Rings
—by Nicholas Birns

The Great Geat: A Discussion of Tolkien
and Heaney’s Beowulf Translations
—by Elizabeth Reinhardt

Lords of the Unsullied Light, Defenders of
Liberty: the Ñoldorin Revolution and the
French, Through the Lens of Enlightenment
Thought
—by Tatiana Denisova

An Irish Friendship in English Lit and
More: Nevill Coghill, C.S. Lewis, “The
Cave” and What Came After
—by Jared Lobdell

Pre-Order “Once Home,” by Joris Soeding (Horror Poetry Chapbook)

Cover Illustration by Luke Spooner

The fourth in our chapbook series, Once Home by Joris Soeding, Illustrated by Luke Spooner.  In this chapbook readers will be transported into worlds of horror and the paranormal through the medium of poetry. Our chapbooks contain a single cover and internal image and our In House Illustrator Luke Spooner has brilliantly brought these haunting poems into focus.

Now Available for Pre-Order via our online store for $9 USD & S/H:

http://mythinkbooks.storenvy.com/products/13875702-once-home-by-joris-soeding

Once Home is a compelling trip through one’s emotions: poignant, passionate, sometimes disturbing; but always engaging. Joris Soeding is going places in the poetry world.”
— Jeani Rector, Editor of The Horror Zine

~~About Once Home~~
Once Home draws inspiration from over five decades of horror films. From the beginning, nameless characters surface throughout various suspenseful circumstances. These scenarios are either one scene in a poem, or a reconstruction of several pivotal moments in a movie. The nineteen poems are cohesive through the theme of home, both leaving home and trying to return there.

The poems include emotion and the countless forms of suspense drawn from scary movies of the past half century. These elements have been carefully construed over time, while being relevant through the idea of home.

~~Contents~~
Circles
An Afternoon with Family
Snake People
The Errand
Romans 12:19
Bewitching the Pyrenees
The New Genus
Oskar & Eli
Reservation for Three
Whatever I Photograph I Always Lose
The Bête Noire Progression
Kate
College and the Curse
The Will
Inheritance
I Brought You Home
Vacation Prologue, August, 1999
Voodoo Island
Extant

~~About the Author~~
Joris Soeding’s third chapbook, In Between the Places Where Night Falls, will be published by Lummox Press in 2015. His poems have recently appeared in publications such as Belle Rêve Literary Journal, Concho River Review, Cruel Garters, The Horror Zine Magazine, The Prompt Literary Magazine, and Thirteen Myna Birds. He is a 5th/6th grade Writing teacher in Chicago, where he resides with his wife, son, and daughter.

~~About the Illustrator~~
Luke Spooner studied illustration and graduated with First class honors from Portsmouth University. He tends to create works that deal with the macabre, the melancholy and the generally dark but that’s not to say he does not diversify.

Visit http://www.carrionhouse.com for his full range of his work.

 

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