Rather than xenophobia, I think, good cosmic horror and weird fiction practice something closer to exophobia–this fear of things outside human perception or outside what it means to be intrinsically people.
Old toasters, broken Rolex watches, reclaimed pallets, Prada bags shredded by biting winds and hail storms, cracked cell phone casings, hamster cages, Ed Hardy shirts hung up…… Read more “The Things in Ozymandias’ Shack”
Do yoga every day. Finish a new book every week. Eat more Rutabagas. Develop an additional layer of ascularized adipose tissue and a fine, pearlescent covering of…… Read more “New Year’s Resolutions 2018”