Metrophilias e-book Free

December 18, 2017

The kindle version of my book Metrophilias is free through this Friday.


Metrophilias available in ebook

September 6, 2016

My book Metrophilias is now available as an e-book on Amazon.


Metrophilias available

June 14, 2016

Metrophilias is now available on Amazon.


I have put some books on e-bay….

April 17, 2012

Click here

 


reviews

January 6, 2012

Adam Groves reviews Polycrates at Fright.com

Robert Butterfield reviews Unpleasant Tales and Metrophilias in Dead Reckonings, a quote pulled here at the Eibonvale Blog

 


Waldo: a Metrophilia

March 1, 2011

A film a friend and I made


A very nice review

February 25, 2011

of Metrophilias at Readingbetweenthewines.

Kelly, the reviewer, says, “Overall, I would have to say that this book has the potential to be regarded a literary masterpiece and, in my opinion, could be included in the curriculum of a college level literature course.”

I am imagining 50 students in Oxford sitting around discussing the book.


Fluidity of Time on Metrophilias

February 9, 2011

Review here.

Extracted sentence: “Disturbing, and mind-sticking.”


Rome: a Metrophilia

February 7, 2011

From my book Metrophilias

Rome

A group of rich men convened together. They lay on couches arranged around low tables. They drank and they ate.

“My wife has got herself a lover,” one man said. “An ex-gladiator. An Egyptian with powerful shanks.”

“My wife’s lover is a poet.”

“Mine has a Greek slave who she keeps perfumed.”

“The lover of my wife,” a certain wealthy merchant by the name of Labrax said, “is kept in a pool on our courtyard.”

“Charming.”

“It is an octopus, with eight muscular arms, each one designed for love.”

“Well,  a happy wife means a happy husband,” said a certain senator, rolling a grape languidly between his plump fingers.


Fright.com

February 7, 2011

Adam Groves says nice things about my two 2010 books, Metrophilias and Unpleasant Tales, over at the Fright Site. (scroll down down down)