Friday, July 03, 2009


The latest volume in the excellent series of Nemonymous fiction anthologies published by legendary writer/editor D F Lewis - "Cern Zoo" - has been let loose into the wild.

You really should snag a copy of this - no, really, I ain't kiddin'. Especially if you're interested in lit.fantasy, the New Wyrd or just enjoy a damn good read. The previous volumes have all been crackers. In both senses of the word.

Interesting that the idea of Nemonymity has drifted into the Guardian middle.mass lit.lite zone with Harper-Collins publishing a similar venture called Anonthology. But great to see in the comments-box (and elsewhere on the internet) that DFL has been rightly getting the credit for pioneering what he calls "the neutralising of author name-prejudice"...