In a Schlock first, author Anna Tambour and the magazine’s co-editor Teodor Reljic talk shop about their latest novels: in Tambour’s case, the sophomore release Crandolin, and Reljic’s debut novel, Two.
Marco has a bumper POP CULTURE DESTRUCTION this month, as he chews on NOAH, JODOROWSKY’S DUNE and even some surely perverted Japanese cartoon or another. And that’s before Teodor butts in the reviewing of a pair of short story collections, courtesy of Chômu Press. Also – donut cats! Everybody loves donut cats, right?
What does it really mean to chart ‘new vistas of irreality’, as the UK-based publisher Chômu Press claim to set out to do? As part of our ongoing temporary ‘partnership’ with the Press this month, Schlock speaks to Chomu co-founders Léon and Quentin Crisp (no, not THAT Quentin Crisp). In a rich and revealing interview, the duo delve into just how they burrow through the interstices of genre to deliver work that – even in this jaded age – feels truly vital.