I said a while back that my story “The Song of Prague” was being published in Japanese in Night Land Quarterly 4. Well, it appears the issue was published this month, and I’m sharing a table of contents with some legendary authors such as H. P. Lovecraft (a reprint of one of my favourites, “The Music of Erich Zann” – and one of the inspirations for “The Song of Prague”), William Hope Hodgson, and Joe R. Lansdale.
I reckon if I could read Japanese, I’d find this to be a bleak issue! 🙂
For any Japanese readers out there, you can purchase Night Land Quarterly 4 from here.
Given that there is an auditory theme running through the issue, if you want to listen to my story, “The Song of Prague”, in English, you can tune into the PseudoPod podcast (or you can read it as part of my Aurealis Award-nominated collection, The Abandonment of Grace and Everything After)
And for a real treat, here’s a short film I discovered based on Lovecraft’s “The Music of Erich Zann”. Enjoy!
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