I was recently gifted with a copy of Will Cloughley's Red Rock Black Sun which has been lovingly published by the always delightful imprint Wonderella. I almost don't want to tell you anything about this book, because it is so unusual and so much of its spell is cast via the reader's own revelation. I will say that it is not a children's book, although it is thin and full of giant, bewilderingly beautiful pictures. It's not a poem, although the writing is very lyrical and meditative. It's not quite a graphic novel, though the words and imagery therin do tell a large story. It is deceptively simple, and yet full of ancient wisdom and complex, esoteric ideas. You should really just see for yourself.