ice autumnIce & Autumn Glass
Mark Fuller Dillon


In Ice and Autumn Glass, Mark Dillon marries the Jacobean line and gothic imagery to a colloquial, thoroughly modern, goth-punk demotic, a frenzied coupling that yields up a species of frictive, delirious lyricism, a monstrous infant both old and new. This is a strong, accomplished debut, work imbued with the sensibility of a twenty-first century Beddoes, a Poe slumped over his eggs and ham in a midnight, neon-soaked diner, a Webster condemned to walk forever through thick, luminous snow, lost, bereft, and contemplating the skull beneath his own skin.

Richard Calder—author of  Dead Girls and Babylon

Mark Fuller Dillon lives in Québec, where the Gatineau Hills region has long been the central influence on his writing. He has had stories published in All Hallows, Alone On the Darkside and Weird Fiction Review. Two novellas, All Roads Lead to Winter and At First You Hear the Silence, and one collection, In a Season of Dead Weather, are available from his website at and from

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ISBN: 978-1-909849-22-8