'It’s a strange world out there. But it’s stranger still a few blocks away in 'A Dimension Down the Road Everything is more numinous, more elusive, more … well, more sort of wibbly. Collected here for the first time are five glimpses into the said Dimension, lovingly carved into fun-sized chunks by William Tevelein, acclaimed creator of The Casting of the Golden Dice, for connoisseurs of the ethereal, the phantasmagorical and the very slightly silly. In the first glimpse into this unknown realm, William Blake’s inquiry into the early years of a well-known Messiah is answered, once and for all. In the second, a ghost of the living proves to be much more trouble than the common-or-garden dead variety. The third glimpse hangs around in a pub for a while and catches its breath, before the fourth pits ogres against nuns in a life-or-death struggle over tea and biscuits. The final piece acquaints us with the creator of the universe (well, one of them), and at absolutely no added cost, the nature of reality is conclusively established. There’s a bit of magic in everything, but there’s absolutely oodles of the stuff in 'A Dimension Down the Road'.'
Source: Publisher's blurb.