Check out this Jack Eidt interview with the late author Stephen T. Vessels on his childhood fascination with the collective unconscious, his use of the I Ching for divination of the present, and other stories.
Tag: literary fiction
The Fortunate One – A Short Story by Jack Eidt
Check out this excerpt from Jack Eidt’s short story, “The Fortunate One,” published in “Oh, Fortuna! Volume 7” from the Santa Barbara Literary Journal.
Tales of the Fifth Dimension – The Fifth Fedora Anthology
The Fifth Fedora: Amazing and transformative tales of the Fifth Dimension, that thrive in the world of Lost Souls, Fallen Angels, Shapeshifters, Extra-Planetary Dragons, and Lucky Charms. from an assortment of writers, now available from Borda Books and WilderUtopia Books is The Fifth Fedora: An Anthology of Weird Noir & Stranger Tales, curated by Jack Eidt and Silver Webb.
Corridor of the Surreal: Silver Webb and Jack Eidt Talk ‘City of Illumination’
Jack Eidt talks with Silver Webb on his surreal trip to the Underworld story “City of Illumination,” published by Borda Books in Delirium Corridor, A Dark Anthology, curated by Max Talley. It includes fifteen tales of psychological suspense, altered states, noir crime, and the surreal.
Courting Delirium: Max Talley and his Dark Zeitgeist
Jack Eidt from WilderUtopia.com had a chat with novelist Max Talley about the recent book he curated and contributed two stories to, called Delirium Corridor, A Dark Anthology, from Borda Books/Santa Barbara Literary Journal.
‘Medicine Walk’ Featured in Santa Barbara Literary Journal
Santa Barbara Literary Journal releases Bellatrix: Volume 3 this June, which among adventurous fiction, poetry, essays, and lyrics, features an excerpt of Jack Eidt’s psychic-animism fiction, Medicine Walk. Join us for readings and other entertainments in SB on June 14.
Mild Satire, Outrage and Hostility, with Philip Roth
His alter-ego Zuckerman, unconsciously frightened of success and of failure, frightened of being admired and also despised, frightened of being frightened, he unconsciously suppressed his talent, frightened of what it might do next. On the passing of Philip Roth, we look into his often black comic chronicles of an imagined life, his taking down and reshaping the meaning of ‘Jewish American’, and his play at historic re-creating the zeitgeist within the form of the novel.