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Schlagwort: Andreas Giesbert

Charles David: “The Way Things End”

Review of: Charles David: “The Way Things End” (Tartarus Press, 2019) Music is a unique carrier of mood. This is probably more true for the blues than for other genres of popular music. As Lightnin‘ Hopkins puts it: „Blues is a feeling.“ In contrast to many other popular music genres,…

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Blues Feels Like a Struggle to Me

 

The operator of the Nighttrain, Tobias Reckermann, and myself share not only an enthusiasm for Weird Fiction but also for Blues music. When Nighttrain author Erik R. Andara brought The Way Things End by Charles David (Tartarus Press 2019) to my attention, it was clear that this book deserved a place in the train compartment of this blog, as it also combines both passions. In addition to a review that is soon to follow, I took the opportunity to interview the author about his understanding of Blues music and its connection to speculative fiction.

 

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The Phantom of the Rail

The Railroad in American Song by Andreas Giesbert and Tobias Reckermann The following article was originally published in Cthulhu Libria Neo 2: Horror in Eisenbahnen, a German magazine on speculative fiction with a focus on horror literature. It is presented here in translation with minor changes. The article is by…

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