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Now Available – Cavern: City in the Dark by Nicholas Morine

Cheers, all!

Problematic Press is SUPER STOKED to announce that Nicholas Morine’s Cavern: City in the Dark is now available in print and Kindle editions! That’s right, it’s here! And, you can find your copy in one of the Problematic Press Shops (CAN and US).

Cavern: City in the Dark - Front Cover

Cavern: City in the Dark is a dystopian adventure set on a ruined Earth.

Deep beneath the scarred and scorched surface of the Earth, the last of us remain.

The Cavern is deep, dark, and damp. The city is busy, expansive, industrious. Technology has been salvaged, scavenged from the surface, and repurposed to a new fashion. Survival comes in the form of the shunt, drilled deep into the skull. A device that takes all the pain away, and lays it on the shoulders of one poor soul.

The Sufferer. An old man, dying beneath the tree of tears. And when his heart breaks, it will spell doom for us all.

Nicholas Morine was born and raised in Gaspereau, Nova Scotia. Words are his livelihood. He has written many words on a range of subjects, from tech to fashion. Having returned to Nova Scotia, he continues to write non-fiction and fiction. Montag Press published his debut novel, Punish the Wicked: A Dystopian Horror. Cavern: City in the Dark is his second novel.

Cavern: City in the Dark also features a brutal illustration by Jesse H. Walker. The detail below is but a small taste. You might find more of his work at Plan B in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Detail of Walker's Illustration

Our thanks go out to the creators! This promises to be a wild ride!

Copies of this title can be purchased from the Problematic Press Shops (CAN and US). The book can also be found on Amazon.ca as well as Amazon.com. Additionally, wholesale purchases of Nicholas Morine’s Cavern: City in the Dark can be made through CreateSpace Direct, Ingram, and Baker & Taylor.

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(NOTE: The print edition is also now available on Amazon.ca! Plus, they offer FREE shipping on orders over $25! Tidy.)

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Day 1: It Has Begun

Welcome, friends!

This is a momentous occasion.  Problematic Press has just arrived on the scene with a mission to stimulate your hungry, eager intellects!

Problematic Press intends to challenge your fundamental preconceptions of the world through original works of literature as well as important, yet often neglected, texts from the past.  Our first release will be Robert Hayman’s Quodlibets, which is quite likely the first work of literature produced in North America.  Written while Hayman was Governor of the British colony in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland in 1628, this edition features David Reynolds’ adaptation of the Middle English poetry into more contemporary language, in order to make the text more accessible to today’s audience.  Reynolds makes every effort to preserve the poetic elements of Hayman’s work, which reflects upon matters ranging from spirituality to politics and is largely an appeal to the British to settle in the Newfound-land.  Quodlibets portrays the reflections and attitudes of one of Newfoundland’s, and also North America’s, founding fathers in unabashed eloquence.

Stay tuned for updates on other upcoming releases!  Tell your literati friends that Problematic Press is here to stay!

Cheers!

David Reynolds

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