"Easily one of the most remarkable offerings [at Farrago's Wainscot]."
"Teppo's Oneiromantic Mosaic of Harry Potemkin is a magnificent freakshow, a choose-your-own adventure by and for psychotic mystics. Do. Go. Take the big pill."
"Potemkin reaches into the ethereal, grasps its strands, and becomes enmeshed in the mists of dream, puncturing the veil, from time to time, in sudden moments of startling lucidity, only to find that beyond that veil is another and another and another. It is an ambitious work, a labyrinthine carnival that leaves the reader clutching at the ever shifting walls of reality and perception—the author's, the reader's, and that of Potemkin himself. Read, wander, lose your self, and try to find your self again. Sleep easy, if you can."
—about the author—
Mark Teppo spent many years not sleeping. He grew fuzzy around the edges and colors ran in his presence. Now he's quietly stabilizing. In another few decades, he may be caught up enough on his sleep to get a passing grade from his physician. When everyone else has their eyes closed, he slips off to continue his efforts at synthesizing Blackleaf 23.
Mark's work can be found in, , , , , , and . He's got a website at .
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