African Lens: Digital Edition is available for purchase!!

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African Lens is a visual collective from African photographers both in the motherland and the diaspora. The project aims at showcasing and sharing Africa as we know it using photography thus, an open window into the world of Africans via the lens of African Photographers.

Curated by Aaron Yeboah Jr.

Afterword by Ghanaian filmmaker Julius Amedume 

Presented by 2dots

170 pages,PDF File

© 2014

Photographers Featured:



Zakaria Wakrim

Dayo Adeoti 

Chelsea Boatey

Philipp Raheem

Andile Buka

David Uzochukwu

“Self knowledge is always bad news.”
―from “Giles Goat Boy” By John Barth

In this outrageously farcical adventure, hero George Giles sets out to conquer the terrible Wescac computer system that threatens to destroy his community in this brilliant “fantasy of theology, sociology, and sex” (Time). “Giles Goat Boy” By John Barth is now available for the first time as an eBook.

H.P. Lovecraft’s The Call of Cthulhu, by Michael Zigerlig, introduction by H.R. Giger, Lucha Comics, 2014. Cover art by Michael Zigerlig, info:

"H.P. Lovecraft’s The Call of Cthulhu has a new home and adaptation thanks to Michael Zigerlig and Lucha Comics! Michael’s work has been published by studios such as IDW, and we are thrilled that he has selected Lucha Comics to help share his story. Originally published in 2010, Michael has updated and expanded his original work, which includes a great introduction by H.R. Giger."

“Odors have a power of persuasion stronger than that of words, appearances, emotions, or will. The persuasive power of an odor cannot be fended off, it enters into us like breath into our lungs, it fills us up, imbues us totally. There is no remedy for it.”
Patrick Süskind, “PERFUME: The Story of a Murderer,” now available for the first time as an eBook

An acclaimed bestseller and international sensation, Patrick Suskind’s classic novel provokes a terrifying examination of what happens when one man’s indulgence in his greatest passion—his sense of smell—leads to murder.In the slums of eighteenth-century France, the infant Jean-Baptiste Grenouille is born with one sublime gift-an absolute sense of smell. As a boy, he lives to decipher the odors of Paris, and apprentices himself to a prominent perfumer who teaches him the ancient art of mixing precious oils and herbs. But Grenouille’s genius is such that he is not satisfied to stop there, and he becomes obsessed with capturing the smells of objects such as brass doorknobs and frest-cut wood. Then one day he catches a hint of a scent that will drive him on an ever-more-terrifying quest to create the “ultimate perfume”—the scent of a beautiful young virgin. Told with dazzling narrative brillance, Perfume is a hauntingly powerful tale of murder and sensual depravity.Translated from the German by John E. Woods. Read an excerpt here:

I’m looking for distractions, easy laughs, encoded hope, life-enrichers, something big and hardy and true. I’m looking everywhere and I believe in that. Which is to say I believe in the potential, if not the outcome. But fuck what comes out; I’m willing to push until the fireworks. And you need to push heavy. So push heavy.
—  Adam Gnade

“Somewhere in the world there was a young woman with such splendid understanding that she’d see him entire, like a poem or story, and find his words so valuable after all that when he confessed his apprehensions she would explain why they were in fact the very things that made him precious to her…and to Western Civilization! There was no such girl, the simple truth being.”
— from “Lost in the Funhouse” by John Barth, now available for the first time as an eBook

Barth’s lively, highly original collection of short pieces is a major landmark of experimental fiction.  Though many of the stories gathered here were published separately, there are several themes common to them all, giving them new meaning in the context of this collection. More here:

I'm being bombarded.

With training requests. I understand that everyone doesn’t want to work with me one on one given the expensive price, so I made the decision to write and publish TWO e-books. One will be geared towards women and one towards men. Supplementation, workout regiment, nutrition guidelines, and MORE! What would YOU want to see out of an ebook? Any input is greatly appreciated.

Sanitarium, Issue #24, edited by Barry Skelhorn, Eye Trauma Press, August 2014. Cover art by Kevin Spencer, info:

"Sanitarium — Bringing you the best in horror, one case at a time. Published monthly, Sanitarium showcases stories from both up and coming writers and seasoned pros. Within its pages Sanitarium is filled with stories from the supernatural to the psychological and everything in between. Zombies, witches, vampires, lycanthrope, Lovecraftian and classic ghost stories, it’s all here waiting for you. Each issue also brings a mixture of ‘Group Therapy Sessions’ where we cover all things horror, interview leading publishers and published authors and we see "Where the Horror Happens" with fellow writers. We welcome you to the Sanitarium, committed to bringing you the best in horror!"

We Walk in the Night as Strangers by Stephanie Ellis
Legion by Tommy Sheffield
Us and Them by William Costa
Bell Tower by G. D. McFetridge
The Final Lap by BM Long
Snow Day by Michael Balletti
The Rut by S.L. Dixon
Damned Happy by Patrick Winters
Low Tide by Paul Michael Moreau
Gaunt and Hopeless by Colin Brooks
A Masterpiece of Procrastination by Dean Alan Chantler
Transitional Matter by Sydney Leigh
See who’s riding high in the US and UK Kindle charts.
Another questions is answered by the Vampire Queen
We spend time in the Hope Spot with R. Donald James Gauvreau
We spend a moment with Crystal Lake Publishing
And we see “Where the Horror Happens” with Mark Kirkbride