More Clippings from 1960s Experimental Novel Wraethrom

Here’s a passage from Chapter 5 of my experimental novel Wraethrom, about the biological specimen / nature god whose name is an anagram of “Earthworm.”  It’s prose poetry most of the way but at the end shifts to realism.

 

 

 

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About David Barker

David Barker is the author of two works of weird horror fiction written in collaboration with W. H. Pugmire: The Revenant of Rebecca Pascal and In the Gulfs of Dream & Other Lovecraftian Tales (both books were published by the now defunct Dark Renaissance Books, but copies are still available from Dark Regions Press.) Barker and Pugmire also collaborated on a Lovecraftian horror novel, Witches In Dreamland, which will be published by Hippocampus Press, possibly in late 2017. Recently, his stories and poems have appeared in Fungi, Cyaegha, Spectral Realms, The Art Mephitic, The Audient Void, The Indiscriminate Mixture and on Shoggoth.net. He has a short story in the weird fiction anthology, Nightmare's Realm, edited by S. T. Joshi and published in 2017 by Dark Regions Press. He also has published several works of horror and bizarro fiction as Kindle ebooks, including the bizarro zombie novel Dead Guys in Packards. Together with Jordan Hofer, David Barker has written two nonfiction books about UFOs and alien abduction: Little Gray Bastards (published in 2016 by Schiffer Publishing) and Unidentifiable Flying Objects (due in Fall 2017 from Schiffer.)
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2 Responses to More Clippings from 1960s Experimental Novel Wraethrom

  1. David Barker says:

    I’m not sure why the text is so small and hard to read in these clips, compared to others I’ve posted. If I can figure out how, I’ll make them bigger.

  2. David Barker says:

    I figured it out and reposted the images, now larger.

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