February News & New Releases

February News & New Releases

NEW RELEASES
from Kuzhali Manickavel and P. S. Nissim

   
We have two new releases out! By a strange confluence of cosmic forces, they both have "boys" in the title. But that's about all they have in common.

"The Lucy Temerlin Institute for Broken Shapeshifters Guide to Starving Boys: Their Salient Features, How to Find Them, How to Care for Them after They Die, and Four Considerations" is the second chapbook in Blaft's Monographs on Cryptodiversity and Decoherence series. Kuzhali Manickavel's guidebook offers valuable tips on how to disentangle Starving Boys from older infestations, how to prepare your box for a Starving Boy, and how to consider a Starving Boy as a collection of cloudbursts and thunderstorms. If you need more reasons to buy it please go read Kuzhali's blogpost.

"Brown Boy" is a horror novella set in the foothills of Sikkim. It's a monster tale by Bangalore-based writer P.S. Nissim about a mysterious, legendary creature said to haunt the dark jungle, and a man named Hitesh who's obsessed with finding it.

This Friday, March 1st, in Bangalore!

Please come check out our new minibook releases, listen to some poetry, and try out some paleontological math problems:

Blaft books event at Lahe Lahe, Indira Nagar, Bangalore, March 1, 8 p.m.