The intended goal of Nameless is to meld divergent (even challenging) critical perspectives on a variety of subjects -- fiction, music, art, film, social commentary -- and present them with the best content (literary, artistic, and, in the case of the website, multimedia) we can muster. Nameless was conceived from the outset as a thought-provoking biannual print periodical, as well as a year-round online destination for the intellectually adventurous. We strive to achieve this via the alchemy of innovative discourse, high production values, and rigorous editorial standards.
Though the focus will always be on the macabre, weird, uncanny and esoteric, Nameless will also be a bastion for the under-appreciated idea, the unexplored possibility, the poorly understood concept. We are not a home for the pedestrian, the obvious, the common. It is a state of mind as much as anything, and as such is accepting of anyone that is curious, thoughtful and rational.
Nameless Digest is a professional market, annual, perfect-bound, 6"x9" book/journal of 150-250 illustrated pages per issue. It is published by Cycatrix Press, a division of JaSunni Productions, LLC, and will be printed in limited quantities in the Spring of each year. Along with each print issue there will be a near-simultaneous Electronic edition, available in a variety of popular formats (such as for the Nook, iPad, Kindle, PDF, Issuu, and so on). The website magazine aspect will be maintained on a mostly regular basis with exclusive content, and will offer the TOC, cover, and short excerpts of upcoming issues, as well as current articles that may or may not be in the print version. Online, there will be multimedia offerings from time to time as well.
The material in Nameless is wide-ranging and presented in an eye-catching manner. Each issue will vary as to theme, but will provide fascinating commentary on topical subjects, politics, science, criticism, philosophy, and reviews of current media. Nameless will engage subscribers/participants with fiction/poetry, interviews, memoirs, essays, multimedia (website only), artwork, reviews and more.
+Edited by Jason V Brock+
+Published by Cycatrix Press+
+Rahul Kanakia -- "Man-Eater"
+JJ Steinfeld -- "Captivities, or Béla Lugosi, 2031"
+Adam Bolivar -- "The Devil and Sir Francis Drake"
+Keith Kennedy -- "The Clock Tower"
+Ellen Denton -- "2323"
+JC Hemphill -- "Collections"
+Michael Aronovitz – "The Echo"
+Earl Hamner – "It was Raining the Day the Children Decided to Kill Their Grandmother"
+Wade German -- Selected Poetry
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+S. T. Joshi – An excerpt from Joshi's forthcoming History of Supernatural Literature
+David Perlmutter – The Optimal Mode: Television Animation in America, 1948-2010
+William F. Nolan – Rod Serling (Classic Interview)
+Jason V Brock – George A. Romero (Interview)
+Kaye Vincent – Kris Kuksi (Interview)+
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+Kris Kuksi (Featured)+
+James Wymore (Cartoons)+
+Jason V Brock+
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+William F. Nolan+
+Sunni K Brock+
+Jason V Brock+
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