Sunday, 14 August 2016

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This is the blog site of novelist and freelance screenwriter Stephen Jansen (BA Hons)
 
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Work History and Feedback from Upwork,

·         The Mental job

·         Oct 2015 - Jan 2015

I can highly recommend Razorwyre. A very skilled and precise writer. Well done.

 

 

·         Talented Screenwriter Needed For Supernatural Horror Film

Oct 2011 - Apr 2015

Razorwyre has been an excellent work partner. Above and beyond responsive, very patient and willing to rework material. Would definitely recommend to others.

 

·         Creative Writers needed!

Dec 2014 - Jan 2015

Good work, thanks. :)

 

·         Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror Stories Needed

Jul 2014

A skilled writer that I would work with again.

 

·         short story re baby and hospital

Dec 2009 - Feb 2010

I would highly recommend RayzorWyre for writing projects as he has an energetic and engaging style. His characters are always interesting and storylines intriguing.



 

 

For horror, time travel, and Chemically related madness, go to http://deadliner.tictail.com/ for the novels of Stephen Jansen....
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AN INTERVIEW WITH STEPHEN JANSEN & HARVEY BAINBRIDGE
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RNM1GTDCZM

 

B O O K S



 
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The Light From Dead Stars

12.99 GBP
The quest for the Holy Grail is dwarfed only by Larry Bain's search for his rubber chicken. As bass and keyboard player in freak rock band Ozone, Larry battles the daily hazards of
 
staying sane on tour with a gathering of crazed musicians, deranged fans, freaked out road crews, psychotic lawyers, twisted managers and the memory of the band's dead singer. Cutting a swathe of sonic destruction across the UK, Europe and America, the quest for the rubber chicken is joined by drug dealer Steppenwolf and DJ Cotton Dave as the tour heads for Apocalypse in Los Angeles, where the coveted latex fowl will reveal its secret.

 
 

Take a walk on the Dark Side and leave your sanity behind. Tales of madness and twisted brilliance abound in this collection of stories inspired by songs both classic and new. Meet the authors and their inspirations:
  • Jacqueline Bataille: Are you Lonesome Tonight? as performed by Elvis Presley
  • Michael W. Clark: Brain Damage/Eclipse by Pink Floyd
  • Stephen Jansen: History Repeats Itself by A.O.S.
  • Merideth Grue: Breathe by Pink Floyd
  • Caren Gussoff: Across the Universe by the Beatles
  • Jason Bougger Brain Damage/Eclipse by Pink Floyd
  • Robin Wyatt Dunn: Cataracts by Andrew Bird
  • Kenneth Whitfield: That's Entertainment! as performed by Judy Garland
  • Shenoa Carroll-Bradd: Spectrum by Florence and the Machine
  • John Biggs: Norwegian Wood by The Beatles
  • Eric Anderson: Mad World as performed by Gary Jules
  • Patrick MacAdoo: Time by Pink Floyd
  • Diana Whiley: Brain Damage/Eclipse by Pink Floyd
  • Rory Fleming: This Old Cabin by Agalloch
  • Paul Du Jat: One Way or Another by Blondie
  • James Gardner: Touch Me, I'm Sick by Mudhoney
  • Carolyn Belcher: I Don’t Want to Play in Your Yard as performed by Peggy Lee
  • James A. Sabata: Sexy Sadie by The Beatles
  • Katie Young: Talk Dirty to Me by Poison
  • Rodney C. Lawley House of the Rising Sun as performed by The Animals
 
 
 

We have become eternity, where the past is a memory, the future is expectation, and all that remains is now. Always. But there is a way out. Infinity itself tells its place in a blinding flash as ecstasy fills the skies and what we are dissolves into stars: the oracles are revealed behind a mask slowly lowered before what was everything, or nothing at all but pure and radiant emanations.

International Authors’ fourth collection of fiction, poetry and essays, Emanations: Foray into Forever showcases the work of fifty writers and artists from around the world.
 
 

A LETHAL DOSE OF FEAR A desperate organ harvester survives an air crash in Tokyo: Cannibalism in the Big Brother house: A quantum physics armed robbery: Night-clubbing after death and after hours. Escaping the virtual prison of your own mind, and a future historian’s flawed understanding of the Turin Shroud. Six stories of altered reality and horror from the author of The Light From Dead Stars
 
 


Add captiGathered within these volumes are stories from across the globe, from across the genre spectrum, unified by the inspiration of song.

A lyricist has the immense challenge of capturing an entire story in a handful of verses Some melodies convey a story without a single word.

What stories might have arisen if the lyricists and composers chose to share their stories in a different medium? Sit back, relax, and spend some time with an old friend, or find a new one.

Welcome to Song Stories.

The Authors and their Inspirations:
Lou Antonelli: Hearts of Stone by The Fontane Sisters
Becky Beard : “Riddles Wisely Expounded” (Traditional English Ballad)
Anthony Box: “Paint it Black” by The Rolling Stones
Raymond Clarke: “Back Together” by Babybird
Chris Devito: “My Favorite Things” by John Coltrane
LT Dalin: “The Banana Boat Song” by Harry Belafonte, “You Spin Me Round” by Dead or Alive/Dope
Steven Gepp: “Sugar Shack” by Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs
Wayne Helge: “That Moon Song” by Gregory Alan Isakov
Jack Horne: “Don’t Give Up on Us” by David Soul
Stephen Jansen: “My Dying Machine” by Gary Numan
Erik T Johnson: “Hazey Jane II” by Nick Drake
Vic Kerry: “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” by Elton John
Adam Knight: “Hangar 18” by Megadeth
Robert Neilson: “The Bewlay Brothers” by David Bowie
Nicky Peacock: “Swansong for a Raven” by Cradle of Filth
Steve Voelker: “12 Ounce Epilogue” by Clutch
 
 

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Voices of Imagination Volume Two

3.99 GBP
Voices of Imagination 2 is the second anthology in a series showcasing science fiction, fantasy, and horror short stories. The stories are written by new and emerging writers from around the world. They are united only on the common ground of imagination's limits. tion
 
 


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Space 1999: Shepherd Moon

12.82 GBP
A new officially licensed collection of short stories. The distant past and possible futures. Mysteries revealed and new threats emerging. Shepherd Moon is the first anthology of Space:1999 short fiction featuring classic, present, and future authors spanning the entire history of Moonbase Alpha in its ongoing odyssey of adventure. Includes contributions by E.C. Tubb, Brian Ball, John Kenneth Muir, William Latham, Michael A. Faries, Stephen Jansen, Emma Thomas, and others.aption



Despumation Volume One

4.15 GBP


Despumation champions fiction that explores the diverse themes metal music customarily addresses using language to evoke the feeling of listening to the music. This issue includes stories inspired by Dio, Voivod, Megadeth, Judas Priest, Meshuggah, and Candlemass, plus stories and poems inspired by the metal scene, metal sounds, and metal concepts.
 

 

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Despumation Volume 2

4.37 GBP
Despumation champions fiction that explores the diverse themes metal music customarily addresses using language to evoke the feeling of listening to the music. This issue includes stories inspired by Dystopia, Mayhem, Eyehategod, Lair of the Minotaur, Neurosis, Infester, Hooded Menace, Behemoth, Dethklok, Lizzie Borden, Black Sabbath, Overkill, and The Ruins of Beverast, plus stories and poems inspired by the metal scene, metal sounds, and metal concepts.caption