Index of works written by Obsidian Eagle

Word On A Wing Press is the author’s own publishing imprint and personal trademark.

Greetings esteemed reader — I’m so genuinely glad that you’re here!

Going on over a decade now, Yours Truly has operated outside the scope of what traditional publishers deem to be printable or prizeworthy. Is that just another way of saying that such works are illegible and terrible? Well, I’ll…

Tome of The Sixth Sun | Lunacy Trilogy | Book III

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The Siege of Medyuh Concludes

Banneret Zœyh shuffled silently down a narrow alleyway by the light of a fragmented moon. She was accompanied by Zapphoh, as well as a small band of Barbary Bards. Out of necessity, their army had split into many smaller contingents. Empress Atharvanh had put bounties on all their heads, and…

A tongue-in-cheek tribute

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Puff Piece [noun, Informal]:

A newspaper article, book, public-relations film, etc., whose purpose is to praise or flatter.

From the forthcoming, Future Sutras: A Decade of Anti-Poetry

Puff Piece

Now here at long last we have something so well written that it really forces us to think and perhaps even wonder if…

Tome of The Sixth Sun [Lunacy Trilogy Book III]

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1. The Siege of Medyuh Continues

Banneret Zœyh surveyed the smouldering battlements through binoculars after her army’s first round of artillery fire died down. Grand Master Zymonh Maguz had furnished the Barbary Bards with plenty of heavy duty weaponry for this campaign. Zœyh saw some movement upon the ramparts which had weathered their initial onslaught. A…

A pricey anti-poem for spendthrifts

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From the forthcoming, Future Sutras: A Decade of Anti-Poetry

Twenty Dollar Word$

If you glance askance in this direction

Come prepared to blow your wad

The temptation to bloviate can be great

Expect full charges; no loose fraction

Orders of magnitude beyond >

Lowest common denominator ≠

Deliquesce standard rules

Vous êtes en…

A postmodern dithyramb

Dionysus bearing the Thyrsus staff.
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The Western world is well acquainted with Dionysus, the Greek god of revelry, sexual ecstasy, and wine. Though there are of course several rites and symbols associated with that deity’s cult that are probably only familiar to scholars of classical studies and then again to those initiated into his mysteries…

Obsidian Eagle

An Anti-Poet (in a style akin to Nicanor Parra) plus an Indie Author of META-Fiction. Dark Starseed. Extreme Linguaphile. Toltec Scribe; Herald of Quetzalcoatl.

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