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The follow-up to last year’s Tandem (G3-whistleblower #1) novel, Watcher further expands on the surrealistic confessions of a covert-operations super-soldier. Super Soldier: someone who can dream harder than you. Covert Operative: your mum, your dad, your sister, your brother, your son, your daughter. War World: the place where you live right now, at war for […]
Chimericana Books release two new Oxford-set surrealist horror Mike Philbin novels Custodian and Tandem.
“is it a FREE PLANET or is it a WAR WORLD?” the title assumes you understand what either a Free Planet or a War World even is. And that’s dangerous. Why? Well, we’re taught, from an early age, that it’s our ‘right as free human beings’ to ‘live long and prosper’ and to ‘go forth […]
sci-fi-cafe press release two new Mike Philbin ‘surrealist mystery’ novels in Kindle format, “Yoroppa” and “View from a Stolen Window”. “Clarke” arrives in the coastal town of Tiamores at the suggestion of his boss who has a holiday home there. All is not well with Clarke but Tiamores itself hides weirder things. One of them is […]
In the near future, the world awakens to the corporate threat of the New World Order: a leaderless resistance defeats the global elite. Chimeraworld #6 (new world disorder) TWENTY-THREE TALES OF LEADERLESS RESISTANCE from Chimericana Books It’s becoming more and more obvious that Corporate Profit and the monetary system that drives it allows mankind […]
Horror Quarterly was the most extreme online venue for those freaks and weirdos interested in the more outlandish expressions of the art and words of the horror genre. Only now is the world mourning its loss. Oxford, UK, March 2008 — Writer-artist Mike Philbin had published a few short stories and interviews in online UK horror zine […]
Mike Philbin created Chimericana Books back in 2004 so that he could spotlight more of the horror writing he couldn’t find on the book shelves, adult horror writing that spoke of the human condition free of arbitrary genre restrictions. Previous to Chimeraworld, most of the things he read were derivative, weak, grey, cliched, genre-compliant filler product that any honest […]