20 Simple Steps To Ventriloquism (PRE-ORDER)
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*Sound design by Shawn M. Garrett
* 150 gram Trans Yellow vinyl
* Single sleeve jacket
* Insert with introduction by Thomas Ligotti & more
* Newly commissioned art by Yves Tourigny & Dave Felton
“Being a ventriloquist is a lot of fun. Anyone from eight to eighty can learn the basic techniques of this craft with a little practice. If you really want to know about ventriloquism and what it can do for you, just follow these 20 easy steps, and one day you’ll find out just how much fun a ventriloquist can have.”
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From Ligotti’s introduction:
“’20 Simple Steps to Ventriloquism’ is what might be deemed an ultimate horror vision. What makes such a piece always resides in an ambition to transcend literature itself. As purely a matter of literary taxonomy, I would place this magnificently executed short story in a class with Lovecraft’s ‘Call of Cthulhu,’ Blackwood’s ‘The Willows,’ and Jorge Luis Borges’s ‘The Lottery in Babylon.’ These are tales that lead one to say, ‘This is a revelation of how things are.’ Like them, ’20 Simple Steps to Ventriloquism’ pulls out all the stops to convey a towering perspective that encompasses and reveals the essence of existence. That is its scope. That is how it affects those exposed to the story. When it comes to a close, one’s reaction is, ‘There is nothing more to be said.’ And, of course, what has been spoken by ’20 Simple Steps to Ventriloquism’ is by necessity deftly strange and awful, like life itself once its façade has been peeled away little by little. That is how an ultimate horror vision works its wonder.”