The Forgotten Meme, A Cyberpunk Fairytale Out Now On iTunes

24 Jul

With all the work on Janissary, the release of Storytime and my trip to the states (i’m boarding a plane to the Motherland early tomorrow morning) i forgot to mention that for those of you who prefer to buy from iTunes, The Forgotten Meme is indeed out on iTunes as well as just about every other place you could want to buy or listen.

As much as i disloike Spotify, i get asked repeatedly to put stuff on there, so Forgotten Meme is also on Spotify this time around. It’s everywhere.

And of course, in about 8 months, long after Janissary is released in Oct, we shall pick up with the 2nd story in the Fairypunk series, The Broken Cyborg, A Biopunk Fairytale, which shall follow the meme’s offspring and, as the Hamlet Wheel far, far below approaches the next great cycle, much to the Mayor’s anxiety, a certain person who has been expelled from the college and come to take residence in the colorful shanty town that has illegally sprung up in the park.

The second tale in the fairypunk series will be longer, more sweeping, and a bit more batshit crazy. Cycles have narrative preferences and thus, oftentimes will have their Merlin and Merlins either have their Arthur or their Mordred. But i digress and blather. Don’t worry about this. Biopunk Fairytale. Coming early 2019.

1 Comment

Posted by on July 24, 2018 in Uncategorized


One response to “The Forgotten Meme, A Cyberpunk Fairytale Out Now On iTunes

  1. FaceEatingZombieBaby

    July 24, 2018 at 9:13 am

    So happy that the guy who got expelled from collage will be part of the next opera. He seems very ambitious like that last scientist who got kicked out of collage, hmmm 😉


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