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A review of Dream City Blues (edited by Mark Howard Jones)

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Dream City Blues (edited by Mark Howard Jones) was published by theEXAGGERATEDpress in December 2017.

Information about Mark Howard Jones:

Mark Howard Jones comes from a town in south Wales where it once rained fish. A former BBC journalist, he is editor of the anthology Cthulhu Cymraeg: Lovecraftian Tales from Wales and author of the collections Songs from Spider Street and Brightest Black. He lives in Cardiff.

Click here to visit his official website.

Information about Dream City Blues:

THE CITY HAS TWO FACES

Our long-cherished dream of Utopia is always just out of reach. We are doomed to know what we want but never to reach it. Inside this book are stories of cities filled with dreams that have become nightmares.

THE CITY WEARS MANY MASKS

From shining towers to filthy back alleys; from bright sunlit parks to dingy, cramped basements; this misguided tour through our dream cities is beset with dangerous pitfalls.

Here are 11 diverse visions of cities that are unsettling, horrific, outlandish and bizarre in turn. Come and visit... but don't forget your return ticket.

Great fiction from Allen Ashley, Parker Weston, Stephen Oram, Rhys Hughes, Ken Poyner, Kirsty C Crimmond, Adam Marks, Bob Lock, Toti O'Brien, Tony Lee, Sean Gill, and poetry from Matt Merritt.

A REVIEW OF DREAM CITY BLUES (EDITED BY MARK HOWARD JONES)

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