Back in November, I met Claude Lalumière at the Yellow Door readings, where he read from his phantasmagorical mosaic Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment. His latest book details the history of a mysterious city-state and its erotically-charged populace of artists and madmen. It is a visionary piece of work filled with atavistic rituals, ancient goddess cults, and superheroes.
My interview with the author over the phone was published with Cult Montreal. Check it out!
You can order Venera Dreams as an ePub and Kindle edition from the publisher, Guernica Editions.
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