THE DREAMCATCHER ‘DYSFUNCTION’ ROOM
Exploring what fiction can actually achieve physically in the brain as well as mentally or spiritually. It’s meant as a positive for a book to be listed on this page, as a work reaching beyond even the hyper-imaginative.
Links are to the real-time reviews.
The Function Room: The Kollection by Matt Leyshon
Islington Crocodiles – Paul Meloy
The English Soil Society – by Tim Nickels
THE DARK TOWER SERIES by Stephen King
Rameau’s Nephew by Denis Diderot
The Inmates – John Cowper Powys
THE MERCURY ANNUAL / PILGRIMS AT THE WHITE HORIZON by Michael Wyndham Thomas
MEMBER by Michael Cisco
Finnegans Wake by James Joyce
Letters of Oblivion by Andrew Condous
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath by HP Lovecraft
Ana Kai Tangata – Scott Nicolay
AREA X – Jeff VanderMeer
TRISTRAM SHANDY by Laurence Sterne
The King In Yellow – by Robert W. Chambers
THE FAMILIAR – Mark Z. Danielewski
The Infusorium – Jon Padgett
The Sacred Fount by Henry James
DREAMCATCHER by Stephen King
The King in Yellow Tales, Vol. 1 by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
EXTINCTION by Thomas Bernhard
A Choir of Ill Children by Tom Piccirilli
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