Tours of the Black Clock

Metaphysical & Visionary Fiction

Author: Steve Erickson

Cutting a terrifying path from a Pennsylvania farm to the Europe of the 1930s, Banning Jainlight becomes the private pornographer of the world’s most evil man. In a Vienna window, he glimpses the face of a lost erotic dream, and from there travels to the Twentieth Century’s darkest corner to confront its shocked and secret conscience. One of Steve Erickson’s most acclaimed….Read More

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