Nemonymous Ten: Null Immortalis

Monday, July 5, 2010

Nemonymous Ten: Null Immortalis has been released upon an unsuspecting world. Like previous volumes of the Nemonymous series--each one assembled and edited by the inimitable D.F. Lewis--this anthology contains short stories by various authors, many with strong ties to weird fiction. The book's content, if previous Nemonymous volumes are any indication, can be expected to contain an eclectic mix of sci-fi, pure weird, fantastic, and less definable genres.

Null Immortalis is notable for being the capstone book. Lewis plans to turn his attention to his own fiction once again, but he hasn't taken any shortcuts constructing this last Nemonymous. The authorial lineup is impressive, one that almost can't fail in delivering quality: Mark Valentine, Reggie Oliver, Joel Lane, Gary Fry, Richard Gavin, Joseph Pulver, and many more.

Traditionally, Nemonymous assigned its anonymous authors to stories online well after publication, and in the following volume. But because this is the final installment, authors are "denemonised" out of the gates--a fitting development that produces a thematic closed circuit when considering the nature of its predecessors. Will Null Immortalis succeed, and perhaps decide Nemonymous' fate? We'll all find out soon.

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