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Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect some interesting reading tips. Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse’s music has been called uncanny, atmospheric and chilling. But a lot of people listen to it to chill out. He creates dark ambient pieces, many of which are influenced by his reading. He especially likes the work of H.P. Lovecraft, but ICA gives a lot of good reading recommendations and leads in this interview.

Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse p2

Ambient music artist Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse recommends some favorite authors, a poet, and a manga artist, as well as a favorite biography, and works of fiction...

Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse p3

How Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse started composing and playing ambient music...

Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse p4

Ambient music artist Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse talks about some favorite ambient music pieces.

Shingo Adachi

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. For this issue I asked some Japanese animators from the series Sword Art Online: Alicization for some reading favorites. And also for this issue, Norman Wallis continues his Bookfest project: he aims to review every book at the Lifeline Bookfest. There are millions of second hand books for sale at the Bookfest, which is run by the charity Lifeline, to fund services like phone counselling. The next Bookfest is in Brisbane from June 15 to 23.

Go Suzuki and Yumiko Yamamoto

Go Suzuki and Yumiko Yamamoto, animators from Sword Art Online: Alicization, recommend some favorite books.

Lifeline Bookfest

Norman Wallis continues his review of every book at the Lifeline Bookfest. The next Bookfest is on from June 15 to 23. It’s the largest sale of second hand books in the world, and they are inexpensive. Bring a large bag.

Denis W. Martin SJ

Denis W. Martin SJ

Denis W. Martin SJ