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The Master in Café Morphine A Homage to Mikhail Bulgakov is an over sized sewn hardcover book of 363 pages with endpapers a full colour frontispiece and a dust jacket Deluxe cloth boards with folio Edition limited to 100 copiesCover art C C AskewThe séance is over Maestro Hack out a marchBecause where there is Art there is no Devil This is a homage to Mikhail Bulgakov last Prince and Master of the White Twilight lineage Dissident extraordinaire wayward Dandy fabulous anti hero of the Great Soviets Doctor Mystic and tamer of the Deamons from the Highest Courts of Hell genial novelist and loyal soldier of the White Army Morphia addict Reactionary and Visionary Mikhail Bulgakov remains to this day a singular man and a remarkable figure in the entire history of Promethean Literature More than a marvelous writer as the cynics and the cloaca of the literary critics want us to believe Mikhail Bulgakov was one of the few Eschatological forerunners of the much ill fated XXth centuryI Beloved Chaos that Comes by Night Jonathan WoodII Nine Exhibits Mark ValentineIII Suburbs of the Black Lyre Ron WeighellIV The Horned Tongue Stephen J ClarkV The Princess of Phoenicia Colin InsoleVI The Cadaver is You Michael CiscoVII The Darkest White Rhys HughesVIII Chaconne Nina AllanIX A Country Doctor Adam GolaskiX Archaic Artificial Suns D P WattXI Only for the Crossed Out Adam S CantwellXII The Black Swan of Odessa Allyson BirdXIII The Heart of a Man Justin IsisXIV The Tsarina's Wintercoat Des LewisXV The Exquisite Process of Gala Gladkov R B RussellXVI Café Morphine Eric Carlson StenerXVII The Philosophy of the Damned Reggie OliverXVIII Red Green Black White John HowardXIX The Immortal Death of Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich Mark BeechXX I Listened to Laika Crying in the Sky Albert PowerXXI The Farewell Letter George BerguñoSathanas Triumpathur

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    Great collection of writings a very fitting homage to BulgakovFurtherI'm about half way through this now For those who haven't heard me gab about it The Master in Cafe Morphine is a tribute to Mikhail Bulgakov published by Ex Occidente Press earlier this yearReally really well done The production itself the paper typeface binding artwork is beautiful and sturdy It's so nice to read a book where you can feel the pages as you turn themThe selection of works though is fabulous I still have a few to go but so far they have all been interesting and creative and well suited to honor their subject The opening piece by Mark Valentine Nine Exhibits is a perfect way to set the stage for the collection I'm particularly fond of The Darkest White Rhys Hughes Only For the Crossed Out Adam S Cantwell and Behemoth's Carnival Stephen J Clark But really there hasn't been one that didn't capture my interestLooking forward to the rest I've been spacing them out reading one here or there rather than tearing through it at on go It's better this way I think