There is definitely powerful imagery combined with static story going on here. Think of Keats' The Eve of St. Agnes and picture it as seen through the opacity of a frosted sangria goblet, under the relentless scrutiny of a dire wolf waiting to pounce, and then you may have something of the weird convolutions and attractions of John Everson and his Dark Arts.
He should podcast these tales with eerie mood music.
Sound new and fresh?
Check out MindWebs and see that it is so 1976, but still vital. You could go back much further, but this science fiction short story audiobook radio show, in tone and in qualia, is a long leap forward from its ancestors. It is the big break.
Cover art by Travis Anthony Soumis