Sunday, October 9, 2016

The Horned Whale by Jeremy Schanche

The Horned Whale by Jeremy Schanche at and many other outlets - available now!
Hi folks, I'm very happy to tell you that my ebook is ready for you all to devour.
If it’s words you want, this book’s full of ‘em…
The Horned Whale or An Morvil Kornek is the first book by Jeremy Schanche.  It contains a short story, a full-length novel, a novella, a collection of poetry and two glossaries. 
The Janetta Stone is a subterranean tale which explores the origins of tin-mining and the roots of language.  Set in Cornwall’s metalliferous far-west, the story is partly based on the author’s own experiences as one of the last generation of Cornish miners.  Glimpses of an underground past melt into the present as the man from Chyannor  shows reporter Pat Vulgata around the old ‘bal’, or mine, that runs out under the sea.
The Kramvil is a gothic novel of mystery, romance and home-made science, set in the archaic fishing port of New Lynsmouth, circa 1911.  Elias Gillpington is a young scholar, quietly pursuing a life of learning until he encounters the elderly Lazarus Taxon and gets drawn into his world of extraordinary experimentation.  Desperate to win the love of the luminous Constance Place, Elias pursues his fate through the foggy alleys of the Old Quarter, while back in the lab, something is taking shape, swelling, writhing, emerging-
The fog, the sea, the dappled sunshine and the clacking, rooking crows are as much a part of this story as its cast of rare characters and the stream of inexplicable phenomena through which they pass.
Gerlyvrynn Kernouac or the Cornish Glossary gives translations for the Cornish words which occasionally enrich the script.  Cornish is a Brythonek language – part of Ancient British culture and pre-dating Sowsnek, or the English language by many centuries.
International Glossary contains words from thirty-one different languages, ancient, medieval and modern. 
Ghost-Hulk of a Phantom takes a laconic dive into the world of a struggling writer whose only wish is to get his book published.  Determined to make a few quid before he gets old, the fame-hungry, whimsical and volatile Arthur Buxtereide has a whale of a time in the wacky world of publishing.  A beastly tale.
Monstrous, lyrical and dream-like, this collection of writing from the Keltek heart-land offers rich food for those who look within.    
Jeremy Schanche has also published over 340 papers on art and politics which are all available free.
Where to buy The Horned Whale ebook on line:

Ebook distributors carrying The Horned Whale include Amazon, Apple (itunes), Baker and Taylor Blio, Baker-Taylor Axis 360, Barnes and Noble, Diesel, Flipkart, Gardners Extended Retail, Gardners Library, Inktera (formerly Page Foundry), Kobo, Library Direct, Odilo, OverDrive, Oyster, Scribd, Sony, Tolino, txtr, Yuzu, etc.. 

If you enjoy The Horned Whale, please print out some flyers, cut them up and pass them around, help the Whale get going: (might work best if you copy it into a word doc first)  
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Dear Sir or Madam, won't you read my book?
It took me years to write - won't you take a look?
Jeremy Schanche

Friday, September 30, 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Dul Siar Dul Siar

Lightning strikes when Yin meets Yang.  A boiling sea convulses and a new land arises.  The True and The Beautiful make a road through Space.  

mitsakis psili vrohoula epiase





Dul Siar, Dul Siar........

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Den xanapaizw zaria

Something in the sky, winging its lazy way along, summer drowze and cloud-tower crumbling cumulus cubist constructions loom - the breeze lively blows through plate-armour of the Stegosaurus stenops.......  and sun's rays echo through the cloud-caps' madcap aether

The Caterpillar Dub is a version of The Caterpillar - it appears monthly - if you like you can print out some flyers and help others enjoy The Caterpillar - and as The Caterpillar himself would say, 'Who Are You?'

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Sideways Time Ripple

Changing perceptions of a forest wilderness - 
the years come and go - bringing new trees, new views, new creatures - how pleasant to sit alone in the forest, watching the years and the winds blow by.
  Watching the big fly jump on the little fly - watching the burs that stick to my glove - watching the long fly stand on the water - watching the water pour from the jug - light leaf flickers through droner - 
Big fly foot-wringing wing-warp - glas yw an ebrenn lemmyn - howlak ha brentynn hedhyw -  Ticky-Dyw ha bran-vrawze yn gwyd yw - gwynjak zephyrs puff from drowzy oceans - and lattitudes are sunken in the golden -
  The raven and the butterfly - 
a most peculiar pair - ha tonnek yw an mor - and surge the slatey waves - 

the raven honks his hornbill beak, hidden in the trees -

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Самиздат Brythonek Dub Version

Nagas, Snake-Lords, saddhus, a golden dusty afternoon in Dreamindia of Rishis and protoyogis, entranced forever in realms of past-forgotten time.
Blue green rustle the leaves of bamboo, the breeze curls round the mountain, dispersing the mist.  A lonesome flute loops round the rocky fastness, colouring the breeze that curls and licks the trees.  The old sage peeps out of his cave.  A little dragon flutters by.
Ice shatters in caves of crystal glistening prismatic stalactites, Stegosaurus stenops staggers stunned inoperable.
And in ya cities the action rumbles.

A poster for The Caterpillar Dub - print some copies and glue them to the walls of your town....

Now take your culture to the streets

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Who are you said The Caterpillar

Other Worlds are available.  Various realms are on offer.  Alternate sagas are waiting to be written.  Which story are you living?  What tracks are you leaving?  And of your dreams, what be them?

Hey, why not print out some flyers and spread the word about The Caterpillar?

A poster for a wall in your town.....
The Caterpillar, the paper that asks, Who Are You?