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Dark Passage

The reason writing of fantasy stories is because I produce personal satisfaction and I approach the vague, elusive, fragmentary sense of wonder, of beauty and visions that fill me with certain perspectives (scenes, architecture, landscapes, atmosphere, etc.), ideas, occurrences, and images. My predilection for supernatural stories is because they fit perfectly with my personal inclinations.

One of my strongest desires is to achieve momentary suspension or violation of irritating limitations of time, space and the natural laws that govern us and frustrate our desire to delve into the infinite regions of the cosmos, which for now are beyond our reach beyond our view. These dark passage stories try to increase the sense of fear because fear is stronger and our deep emotion and one that best lends itself to challenge the canons of natural laws. The terror and the unknown are always linked so closely together that it is difficult to create a convincing picture of the destruction of the natural laws of cosmic alienation and field presences without emphasis on the feeling of fear and horror.

The reason why the time factor plays an important role in many of my stories is due to it being an element that lives in my brain and I consider as the most profound, dramatic and terrible thing in the dark passage universe. The conflict over time is the most powerful and prolific of all human expression issue. My personal way of writing a story is evidently a particular way of expressing myself; perhaps a little limited, but as old and permanent as literature itself. There will always be a certain number of people who have great curiosity about the unknown outer space, and a burning desire to escape the purple-prison of the known and real, to roam the crowded regions enchanted adventure and infinite possibilities that only dreams can come: the depths of the old-growth forests, the wonder of the flaming towers and fantastic and amazing sunsets.

There is only one way to write a story as I do. Each one of my tales has a different plot. Once or twice have written a dream literally, but usually am inspired by a landscape, idea or image which I wish to express, and I seek in my brain an appropriate way of creating a chain of dramatic events capable of being expressed in dark passage concrete terms. I try to create a mental list of the best situations adapted to the landscape, idea or image, and then begin to guess the logical situations that may be caused by the shape, image or idea chosen.

The atmosphere and no action is the great desideratum of fantastic literature. Actually, all fantastic story should be a clear picture of a certain type of human behavior. If we give any kind of priority, it could become a mediocre, puerile and unconvincing. The emphasis should contact subtlety; indications, vague suggestions that are associated with each other, creating a vague illusion of the strange reality of the unreal. Avoid unnecessary descriptions of the incredible story of dark passage events that are not significant.


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