In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.

A Review of Nostalgia and Ruin

Rusty Barnes wrote a really nice review of my poetry book Nostalgia and Ruin.

Cameron Mount’s Nostalgia and Ruin is a great example of a transitional work. Mount is one half of the duo that runs the pulp magazine Broadswords and Blasters, and I get a sense that this book is very much the work of an excellent writer feeling out interesting ways what will become his permanent subject matter.   

Rusty Barnes, Live Nude Poems

Read more here – Book Review: Nostalgia and Ruin

Book is available for purchase at Amazon and Lulu. Or if you’re in the US, you can send me $15 at Paypal, including your address in your message, and I’ll send you a signed copy.

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