Frequencies Of Existence

"A rich slab of trademark understated darkness:measured, careful, but ruthless in its own quiet way"

- Chris Beckett


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"Frequencies of Existence" is my seventh collection of short fiction and was published in October 2020 by NewCon Press. The blurb is as follows:

Andrew Hook sees the world through a different lens. He takes often mundane things and coaxes the reader to find strangeness, beauty, and horror in their form; he colours the world in surreal shades and leads the reader down discomforting paths where nothing is quite as it should be.

“Andrew Hook is an undisputed superstar of strange fiction” – Neil Williamson, author of The Moon King

“A rich slab of Andrew Hook’s trademark understated darkness: measured, careful, but ruthless in its own quiet way.” – Chris Beckett, Arthur C. Clarke and Edge Hill Prize-winning author.

The contents are as follows:

Your Golden Hands
The Universe At Gun Point
Kodokushi
A Knot of Toads
The Abduction of Europe
The Aniseed Gumball Kid
Eskimo
The Last Mohican
Bullet
A Life In Plastic
Burning Daylight
Making Friends With Fold-Out Flaps
The Frequency of Existence
The Stench of Winter
A Pageant of Clouds
Always Forever Today
The Caged Sea
Interference
Softwood
My Naked Man
Tokyo In Rain
The Day My Heart Stood Still
Drowning In Air
White Matter

The book is available here




 


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The Virtual Menagerie

Beyond Each Blue Horizon

Residue

Nitrospective

Slow Motion Wars

Human Maps

Frequencies of Existence

The Forest Of Dead Children

Dead Time

 

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