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Claude Lalumière
Claude Lalumière (claudepages.info) writes weird fiction, edits anthologies, and has published hundreds of nonfiction articles. With Rupert Bottenberg, Claude is the co-creator of the multimedia cryptomythology project Lost Myths (lostmyths.net). show more

Claude Lalumière (claudepages.info) writes weird fiction, edits anthologies, and has published hundreds of nonfiction articles. With Rupert Bottenberg, Claude is the co-creator of the multimedia cryptomythology project Lost Myths (lostmyths.net).
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Birth date: February 19, 1966
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Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 5 years ago
A mixed bag of a book. First, if fanfic is a turnoff for you, be warned there are two stories in here which are basically fanfic, one with the serial numbers filed off and one which relied on the serial numbers to make its point. Maybe it's weird of me, but if I want fanfic, I'll wander the intern...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 5 years ago
As usual with short stories, only a few were interesting. Quite a few here were dull, frankly. I only read it for John Park's Nightward, really (it landed squarely in the interesting bucket btw). Heat Death (Patrick Johanneson), Flight of Passage (Jon Martin Watts), and One Nation Under Gods (Jer...
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Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
An enjoyable and rollicking ride, this collection contains 20 short stories that explore a broad spectrum of the undead, from Romero-style corpses to zombies inspired by Canadian Aboriginal mythology, all shambling against the background of the Great White North. The anthology's specific focus on Ca...
Oh me? I read.
Oh me? I read. rated it 7 years ago
The Door to Lost pages is a collection of connected short stories, all written with a mix of the weird, sci-fi, bizarre, horror and fantasy genres. There are a handful of experiments with meta-fiction as well. Many of the stories left me with a kind of sharp heartache, a bittersweet hope that the f...
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it 7 years ago
First off I want to thank the publisher ChiZine Publications for letting me read this over at Netgalley.Yamesh-Lot is the dark God. Ruler of dreams. The Lost Pages the bookstore.The story evolves around a bookstore called "Lost Pages" What dreams are nightmares. Lucas the book store owner sees hall...
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