The Postmodern Mariner

Book Description

Consists of three parts, not two.

In praise of Hughes:

“A desperately needed antidote to nerd-friendly space fiction and inklingoid fantasy.” – The Guardian

“Gloriously demented.” – The Washington Post

Contents:

Part One: Castor Jenkins, the Münchhausen of Porthcawl

(1) Castor on Troubled Waters
(2) Canis Raver
(3) The Plucked Plant
(4) When Wales Played Asgård
(5) Interstellar Domestic
(6) The Cream-Jest of Unset Custard
(7) The Day the Town of Porthcawl was Accidentally Twinned with the Capital of the Cheese and Biscuits Empire

Part Two: Catherine Piper at the Fates of Ooze

(8) The Lip Service

Part Three: The Postmodern Mariner in Person

(9) Rommel Cobra’s Swimming Carnival

The cover Artwork

Details Paperback

Rhys Hughes and The Postmodern Mariner

Other Stuff

The Pirates, their Ships and their Zones…

Where you can see more easily the:

  • Pirates
  • Ships
  • Zones

The Conversations

The listed eight conversations are now a story, the Eight Blathering Buccaneers.

Notes

[1] Sold Out
The Rime of The Postmodern Mariner

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