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D. F. Lewis – Cone Zero

Posted by demonik on June 28, 2008

From weirdmonger comes news of the forthcoming Cone Zero


On 14 April 2008, I finally contracted 14 stories and 14 different authors for the CONE ZERO book (Nemonymous 8) with about 90,000 words. The story titles do not carry a by-line and the authors’ names have been randomly listed on the back cover. The story titles will be correctly assigned to their authors within the next Nemonymous book – and on the internet after eight months have elapsed since Cone Zero’s publication.

CONE ZERO will cost £9 – inclusive of UK postage and of ‘Surface Mail’ only elsewhere. (Please enquire for other forms of payment or postage).

General Nemonymous page: wordonymous

Spoilers for all past authors’ names: Nemonymous

Past covers: weirdtongue

And advance orders for Cone Zero (ie before 4 Jul 2008) will be subject to special generous deals on the ‘staggeringly important’ ZENCORE! and other previous editions of ‘Nemonymous’. These deals are subject to application, by writing to the bfitzworth(at)

Also available from the same source, Des’s collaboration with his late father:

D. F. Lewis & Gordon Lewis – Only Connect: Ten Honestly Strange & Mostly Ghostly Tales (Cartref, 1998)


Cover photograph: D. F. Lewis

The Eyes Have It
A Trick Of Dusk
Pipe Dreams
Only Connect
Heavenly Contract
Horn Of Plenty
Betting On Heaven
A Touch Of A Switch Away
The Boots He Bore
Needless To Say


A bellyful of sadness, a song of hope,
if stories have threads, real lives don’t.

Eyes have eyes, spooks have spines,
souls are switched, with made-up minds.

Worlds within worlds, heaven in flight –
only connect, only go bump in the night.

Caroline Callaghan interviews D. F. Lewis in the current, seventh issue of the free horror, SF & fantasy pdf zine Pantechnicon.

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