The cover and interior artworks (and the associated quotes)
for this issue are by David Southwell
David is an author of several published books about true crime and
conspiracies which have been translated into a dozen languages.
These days, however, he mainly writes about place.
This issue of Wyrd Daze features a new instalment of David’s
The Phoenix Guide to Strange England: Hookland
Also in this issue are two great pieces of fiction:
Dāgônime by Martin Hayes
Not the Moon by Kolja Aertgeerts
as well as an interview with musician
and sound artist Peter Verwimp
This month’s Wyrd Daze EP features the following tracks:
Track One : Emily & Angeline – The Hive
Track Two : The Heartwood Institute – Walking the Ponies
Track Three : The Heartwood Institute –
Watching and Waiting
Track Four : Ashtoreth – Threnody IV (Live in Oslo)
Recently uncovered from the private collection of one
who wishes to remain anonymous,
this recording of a Hookland Radio broadcast
from the late 60’s is an enticing glimpse
into the curious eccentricity of the
Hookland community at the time.
As can be expected, the quality of the recording
is not up to modern standards,
but it is an enjoyable listen nevertheless.
Sounds of the Night
An experiment in multimedia storytelling,
Sounds of the Night is an animated short story
written and created by Kendall Redburn.
You can take a look here.
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