Droom Vox Theatre Presents “Red Magic”: a Droom* by Robin Spriggs

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*Drooms are lyrical narratives channeled by Robin Spriggs from the pandimensional entity known to initiates of The House of Nine as Â’Zma’n-d’Rüm but familiar to a wider audience of readers and amateur folklorists by the name of Ozman Droom. 

These narratives, depending on whom you ask or what you read, are variously described as fables, spells, prose poems, incantations, prophecies, vignettes, gospels, revelations, invocations, evocations, somniloquies, fatiloquies, soul-iloquies, etc. But Spriggs, and those most intimately acquainted with his work, call them simply “drooms.”

Droom Vox Theatre translates these drooms into brief filmic conjurations incanted by Robin Spriggs himself and offered to all would-be celebrants drawn to their numinous frequency.

This is your invitation to The Ceremony, your golden ticket to the Rite of Conjuration. The door is open. The Host awaits. The only thing missing … is you.

To keep the show aglow and guarantee transmission of at least one droom—or droom-related offering—per month, become a patron today 

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Droom Vox Theatre: Now Transmitting

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Droom Vox Theatre is creating audio-visual transmissions of drooms by Robin Spriggs.

Drooms are lyrical narratives channeled by Robin Spriggs from the pandimensional entity known to initiates of The House of Nine as Â’Zma’n-d’Rüm but familiar to a wider audience of readers and amateur folklorists by the name of Ozman Droom. 

These narratives, depending on whom you ask or what you read, are variously described as fables, spells, prose poems, incantations, prophecies, vignettes, gospels, revelations, invocations, evocations, somniloquies, fatiloquies, soul-iloquies, etc. But Spriggs, and those most intimately acquainted with his work, call them simply “drooms.”

Droom Vox Theatre translates these drooms into brief filmic conjurations incanted by Robin Spriggs himself and offered to all would-be celebrants drawn to their numinous frequency.

This is your invitation to The Ceremony, your golden ticket to the Rite of Conjuration. The door is open. The Host awaits. The only thing missing … is you.

To keep the show aglow and guarantee transmission of at least one droom—or droom-related offering—per month, become a patron today 

Ä’Zma’n-d’Rüm

Doings of Interest

Robin Spriggs as The Man - tight crop - antiqueFor all my friends who have been curious enough and kind enough to inquire, following is a brief list of my current “doings of interest.”

Item: Polishing up Baltazar Bumbertazm’s Book of Ineffable Drooms, a comprehensive collection of prose poetry that I hope to have turned in to the publisher by early 2017.

Item: Will appear as “Harley” on the TV drama Containment, premiering on The CW in early 2016.

Item: Will appear as “The Man” in the off-kilter indie comedy Gilda Sue Rosenstern: The Motion Picture! in late 2016.

Item: Closing in on completing the design of a fast-paced adventure board game featuring a host of all your favorite characters from The Wyrd City Chronicles.

Item: Currently at work on a new collection of fiction, also promised to a publisher but whose title and subject matter must remain, for the nonce, undisclosed.

Item: Will soon begin autographing 500 signature pages for a special edition of Madhouse, a shared-world horror anthology due out from Dark Regions Press sometime in 2016.

Item: About to begin work (as an actor) on the second season of a super exciting TV series (emphasis on the word “super”) that I’m not yet allowed to discuss. So let’s just leave it at that.

That’s enough for now, I think.

Thanks, dear friends, for your kindness and curiosity. Go forth and make big magic!

Glimpses of Droom #1

Ozman Droom in

Ozman Droom in “Ozmandroomunculus”

“It turns Its eye, Its single eye, from dream to dream to dream, and spies in each a dream undreamt of tales as yet untold, of Monstrous Things that cannot be yet come to be withal, upon a whirling sphere of blue (inward grown and lost to time), where Then and Now, and Here and There, and You and It . . . are One.”—The Untold Tales of Ozman Droom