Customer Appreciation Coupons

If you have followed us on social media, primarily Facebook & Twitter, then perhaps you know already we have coupons for a % off your purchase.

Or perhaps you do not know :-)

We are very grateful to everyone for their recent orders and we wish to thank our customers for their patronage.

Right now, on any order you can get 10% off at our online shop using the code WHPMYBTBW which is good until December 31st 2014.

When you place your order at 10% off you will receive another coupon code via email, and on your packing slip once the order is processed and shipped, an additional 20% off, which does not expire until March 2015

So take advantage now, CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR ONLINE SHOP and get copies of our latest titles such as:

Lovely Island  by David Neilsen Illustrated  by Luke Spooner

Lovely Island
by David Neilsen
Illustrated
by Luke Spooner

Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Illustrated by Luke Spooner

These Black Winged Ones written by Wilum H. Pugmire, Illustrated by Luke Spooner

These Black Winged Ones written by Wilum H. Pugmire, Illustrated by Luke Spooner

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Travel the Macabre & Unusual with Eerie America!

Many of our readers know that in our fiction we tend to utilize historical locations that have a creepy, paranormal, weird and eerie vibe to them.  It is not the case for all of our stories, but most, such as in our latest anthology of urban horror, “Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York.

If you enjoy fiction that brings you to unique historical locations then you will definitely wish to visit these real life places right from your own home.  Myth Ink Books is getting behind a Travel documentary that will do just that for you.

Eerie America Travel Guide of the Macabre series  is currently seeking funding to assist in production of an ongoing series available to fans on DVD.

Eerie America by Corvis Nocturnum

Eerie America has been hailed, the book & now the forthcoming travel documentary series as “….the Travel Guide for The Addams Family,” and is “…geared towards educating people on the unique historic locations, fun facts, and promote tourism to some of the most incredible spots across the nation. Eerie America’s special niche is in defining and exploring Dark Tourism – which celebrates the macabre, the unusual, and the strange.”  This is exactly what we promote and write about in our stories.  Myth Ink Books fully endorses this project as THE travel series to enthrall your sense of real life macabre adventure, to satisfy your desire for delving mysteries of the unknown and  edge of your seat drama from some of the most secluded places in our nation.

With Eerie America you will visit:

• Museums and themed diversions, such as The Amityville Horror House, New Orleans Voodoo Museum and Count Orlock’s Nightmare Gallery, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and much more!

• Examples of Fine Dining include Zombie Burger and Jekyll & Hyde Restaurant and Bar.

• Examples of Lodging include The Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast, The Shanley Hotel.

• Examples of Shopping include Five Hands Curiosity Shoppe and Boutique du Vampire.

Between the show and the companion book, published via Schiffer Publishing, the viewer is invited to continue the journey…the adventure has just begun! The first season is going to go from the French Quarter of New Orleans to Saint Augustine Florida, with a second season planned for Salem MA to Rhode Island and New York where we will thrill you with stories on Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, to name some of the shows highlights.

The cast and crew includes author Eric Vernor ‘Corvis Nocturnum,‘  author and law professor Kevin Eads, and Resident Undead star Rebecca Kirschbaum.  Music score composed theme music and background for the show by Joseph Vargo of Nox Arcana, and directed by Resident Undead’s Adam Kimmell

Like a documentary, occasionally special celebrity guests who have knowledge about a topic or location will make an appearance, such as special guests author Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Monster Quest’s Ken Gerhard, Paranormal State’s Michelle Belanger, Haunted Collectors Brian J. Cano, Haunted Encounters Daniel Hooven and many others!

EerieAmericaAs you can see from the description we borrowed from their IndieGogo Campaign, Eerie America is set to explore far more than have been featured in our literature, and also includes many names that have been involved in our publications.

We hope you consider contributing and not only getting some fantastic rewards for your donation but travel with us as we explore Eerie America!

Below you can watch the 7 minute video introduction to the series and CLICK HERE TO CONTRIBUTE

DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS Public Debut at NY WinterCon

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York  Illustrated by Luke Spooner Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York
Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

 

Myth Ink Books, with many thanks to New York WinterCon Organizers Zorikh Lequidre and Frank Patz Batista, is looking forward to presenting a look into our latest anthology of urban horror, DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK

When: Saturday  December 6th 2015 at 11 a.m.

Where: New York WinterCon Resorts World Casino New York City

110-00 Rockaway Blvd, Jamaica, NY 11420

Program Details:

New York City has long been named “The City That Never Sleeps.” This program shall discuss the forthcoming book of urban horror stories, Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York, and why we should all be afraid of what lurks in the dark corners of all five New York City boroughs.  We will have a slideshow of some of the featured illustrations within the anthology illustrated by Luke Spooner.

Author Leanna Renee Hieber

Author Leanna Renee Hieber

Our program will also feature the debut reading of “Roebling’s Monster,” by the Award Winning Author Leanna Renee Hieber, which headlines the anthology, a limited amount of copies will be available for sale and signing, as well as the rest of Ms. Hieber’s novels!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Ms. Hieber’s latest novel, The Eterna Files,  debuts February 3rd 2015 from Tor Books, which is now available for PRE-ORDER (CLICK HERE)

Overview of THE ETERNA FILES (from B&N.com)

Imagine The X-Files meets Jim Butcher’s Harry Dresden series and set in Victorian London and New York City—welcome to The Eterna Files, written by Leanna Renee Hieber, “the brightest new star in literature”(True-Blood.net)

London, 1882: Queen Victoria appoints Harold Spire of the Metropolitan Police to Special Branch Division Omega. Omega is to secretly investigate paranormal and supernatural events and persons. Spire, a skeptic driven to protect the helpless and see justice done, is the perfect man to lead the department, which employs scholars and scientists, assassins and con men, and a traveling circus. Spire’s chief researcher is Rose Everhart, who believes fervently that there is more to the world than can be seen by mortal eyes.

Their first mission: find the Eterna Compound, which grants immortality. Catastrophe destroyed the hidden laboratory in New York City where Eterna was developed, but the Queen is convinced someone escaped—and has a sample of Eterna.Hieber_Eterna

Also searching for Eterna is an American, Clara Templeton, who helped start the project after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln nearly destroyed her nation. Haunted by the ghost of her beloved, she is determined that the Eterna Compound—and the immortality it will convey—will be controlled by the United States, not Great Britain.

Call of Cthulhu One Man Show Invades New York City

David_CoCCthulhu Invades Manhattan!

Myth Ink Books Author David Neilsen is bringing his acclaimed one-man show H.P. Lovecraft’s Call of Cthulhu to New York City on Tuesday, January 13, at 8:00 pm. And the location couldn’t be better as he will be performing at the Lovecraft Bar NYC in Alphabet City!

Tuesday January 13th 2015 8pm

Lovecraft Bar NYC

50 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009

Journey into madness when you attend this unique take on H.P. Lovecraft’s mind-bending masterpiece of forbidden knowledge, secret, bloodthirsty cults, and apocalyptic abominations from beneath the waves and beyond the stars!

Enter Lovecraft’s world brought to life in New York’s Alphabet City at the amazing Lovecraft Bar, order a mind-bending absinthe or infusion, then descend into the disturbing depths into a late 1920’s lecture hall where Professor George Gammell Angell will take you on a harrowing journey into the terrifying world of eldritch demons and abysmal realities that will ultimately place not only your lives but your very sanity in danger!

CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!

CLICK HERE TO VISIT DAVID NEILSEN’S WEBSITE

Lovely Island  by David Neilsen Illustrated  by Luke Spooner

Lovely Island
by David Neilsen
Illustrated
by Luke Spooner

David Neilsen is a Professional Storyteller based in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown who has been thrilling audiences for over 20 years.

We will have copies of David’s latest Myth Ink Books publication “Lovely Island,” on hand at the event.  If you are attending this event and want to ensure that you have a copy of “Lovely Island,” on hand they can be purchased through our online ship by clicking here

If you cannot attend this event and want “Lovely Island,” we highly suggest getting copies now in time for the holidays as they are limited to 100 copies.

David’s story “Leaking,” is also now available in our latest anthology of urban horror, Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York, CLICK HERE TO VISIT AMAZON.COM to get your copy TODAY!

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York  Illustrated by Luke Spooner Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York
Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

For Immediate Release: Dark Tales From Elder Regions: New York

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York  Illustrated by Luke Spooner Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York
Illustrated by Luke Spooner
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

For Immediate Release:

DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK– (Myth Ink Books; On Sale November 23rd 2014 Trade Paperback, 398 pgs, 19 Stories, 20 Illustrations, Color Cover, B/W Internal Illustrations $24.95, $23.70 on Amazon.com),  with contributions by Award Winning, Best Selling Authors and is an all new annual anthology to focus on a different region each year.

“There is a reason New York City is called “The City that Never Sleeps,” and it is not for reasons we have all become accustomed to.”

…on Sunday I made up for this undue domesticity by taking an all-day jaunt to elder regions. Whoopee! The past for me! I embarked on the Staten Island ferry, and was soon in the land of quaint villages that might have been five hundred miles from any metropolis.

~~from a letter by HP Lovecraft to his Aunt date 9/1924

This anthology of 19 urban horror stories explores the dark corners, shadowy alleys and mysterious underworld of all five boroughs of New York City providing the true reason why The City Never Sleeps.

 

Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Introduction by Peter Rawlik
Author of ReAnimators & The Weird Company

Afterword by Brian J. Cano
SCARED! TV & Haunted Collector

“… if logic rings true, then in turn there should be unbounded danger in exploring what you don’t (know), but what gives Myth Ink and all under it’s roof the edge is the injecting of what you don’t know into that oh so familiar crèche of what you do…” ~~Luke Spooner, Artist’s Note

The None Percent, written by Warren Frey, Illustrated by Luke Spooner

The None Percent, written by Warren Frey, Illustrated by Luke Spooner

The collection opens with an Introduction by Peter Rawlik, Author of ReAnimators & The Weird Company, “these stories…draw the reader in, transport them to New York City and immerse you in that metropolitan sprawl and let you fend for yourself….”

Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York explores the unknown, shadowy corners many residents tend not to notice, but at the same turn see something out of the corner of their eye.

Below we explore a few of the 19 stories, but for good reason do not wish to give it all away….

“Roebling’s Monster,” by Award Winning Author & Actress, Leanna Renee Hieber starts the anthology off and for good reason:

“Roebling’s Monster is a magnificent piece of prose poetry, of fantastic, almost theistic monologue, and sets the stage for every story that comes after it. In one incredible work we are transported away from the mundane New York City and into a dark phantasmagorical version where anything is possible, but there is always a price.”

—From the Introduction by Peter Rawlik

It is only fitting that once we enter the City proper, we return to the Dutch Burial Ground once visited by H.P. Lovecraft with “The Hand of Bone,” by W.H. Pugmire.  As Lovecraft has inspired our title and many a story in this volume, Pugmire’s tale is a cleverly wrought tale that echoes Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and “reminds us that not all horrors need to be shadowed in darkness.”

Hand of Bone by Wilum H Pugmire Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Hand of Bone by Wilum H Pugmire
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Leaking by David Neilsen Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Leaking by David Neilsen
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

What horrific entities reside in the subway tunnels, and what does a train rider do about it? “Leaking,” by celebrated Sleepy Hollow Storyteller David Neilsen is our guide on this journey.  When we ride the subway and await quietly on the platform, the last we expect to see is a personification of Death come to visit us, as recorded by legendary writer John Peel, author of numerous Doctor Who, Star Trek, and renown horror novels such as Shattered and Talons.

When we grow disillusioned with the City where can we escape to? Does a hidden utopia exist within New York City? If it does exist what price does it exact.  Celebrated Author Gregory Norris, screenwriter on Star Trek: Voyager, author of paranormal novels, and Editor/Contributor to The Call of Lovecraft, takes us on this twisted, fantastical journey.

The world of the paranormal takes us on new twisted routes of understanding death and ghosts, with Jessica Burke’s “Ghosting,” Christopher Mancuso’s “Remembering Peter,” and Warren Frey’s “The None Percent” or murderous urban legends with Colleen Wanglund’s “The Mad Monk Of St. Augustines,”

Perhaps a visit with The King In Yellow and a maddening trip with The Yellow Sign is more your fancy as explored by D.J. Tyrer, “Beautiful Dreams,” and Anthony Burdge in “The Lonely Boat.”

A volume such as this would not be complete without a visit to historical locations and alternative views of historical New York City events as explored by Boroughs of the Dead Founder & Tour Guide, Andrea Janes in “Retro-Viral,” and Gordon Linzner’s “The Professor’s New York Adventure.”

These are but a few examples of the urban horrors to expect within DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK .

We do not leave New York City without a final exploration of the fear of the dark and the eternal battle of the Light and Dark.  We are very grateful to have aboard Brian J. Cano in providing our Afterword, which discusses our journey through the horrors of New York City within Dark Tales From Elder Regions: New York.  Brian J Cano of SyFy’s Haunted Collector, Filmmaker at Core Films & SCARED! TV, paranormal investigator, parapsychologist & philosopher in his own right is the perfect author to complete our journey.

Remembering Peter by Christopher Mancuso  Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Remembering Peter by Christopher Mancuso
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

“Everything from ghosts and shadow people to unnamed things lurk in these pages, some seem inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, and others are vague and mysterious in their own right…. it was Edgar Allan Poe, Lovecraft, Mary Shelly and Bram Stoker that inspired my art and love for all dark things and the fiction contained here ranked pretty close to the level of what I would call a modern tribute to the horror genre inspired by the Romantic and Victorian authors of old. If you are looking for chilling tales to read before bed to inspire either your own spooky creations or just love to be scared, then Dark Tales from Elder Regions is the perfect book to add to your library.”
—Corvis Nocturnum (E.R. Vernor) author of: Allure Of The Vampire; Our Sexual Attraction To The Undead, and most recently, Zombie Nation; From Folklore to Modern Frenzy.

 

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“If you love New York City in all its shapes and guises (and who doesn’t?) and are a fan of well-crafted horror fiction of every variety, you’ll relish the new Myth Ink Books collection of 20 vividly weird stories all set in The Big Apple, Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York. These highly inventive tales tap into the city’s luridly storied past as well as the gritty opulence of its present and are rich in historical detail and cultural nuance. It’s almost like a trip to NYC and far cheaper than an airline ticket. So grab your reading glasses, pack your carry on bag, and get ready for some delicious shudders, cheap thrills, and heady visions in the city that puts the Gothic into Gotham, with this fine selection of stories that bring chilling nightmares to the city that never sleeps.”

—David Barker, author (with W. H. Pugmire) of The Revenant of Rebecca Pascal

“Dark Tales From the Elder Regions: New York is an anthology book that will give you goosebumps and make your inner child go in the fetal position more than once when you’re reading it. … Dark Tales is not the kind of ‘in your face’ horror that tells details of blood letting and gore. It permeates your mind little by little and you find yourself thinking of that creature in the tunnels out of the blue long after you’ve read the story. The words will capture your attention, but the stories themselves will sneak up behind you and slit your throat. And these authors are seriously, creepily great at building a scene and delivering in unexpected ways.” —Dave Royce, Horror Cabin

Myth Ink Books Presenting “Dark Tales from Elder Regions” at NYWinterCon

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Cover of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

We are happy to announce that on Saturday December 6th 2014, we will be guests at New York WinterCon.

We will be presenting a program entitled “Myth Ink Books Presents: Urban Horror Tales from The City that Never Sleeps.” We will be joined by Award Winning Author & Actress Leanna Renee Hieber who will be reading her story, “Roebling’s Monster,” from Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York.

New York City has long been named “The City That Never Sleeps.” This program shall discuss the forthcoming book of urban horror stories, Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York, and why we should all be afraid of what lurks in the dark corners of all five New York City boroughs.

This is the first public launch of our highly anticipated anthology of urban horror stories from around the five boroughs of New York City and shall highlight the stories to be published and will be accompanied by a slideshow of  illustrations to be featured in the anthology.  Our in house illustrator, Luke Spooner has illustrated all 19 stories, and the cover, from the collection and we are very happy to feature his work to a New York audience.

Ms. Hieber who will be reading her story, “Roebling’s Monster,” from Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York.

“Roebling’s Monster is a magnificent piece of prose poetry, of fantastic, almost theistic monologue, and sets the stage for every story that comes after it. In one incredible work we are transported away from the mundane New York City and into a dark phantasmagorical version where anything is possible, but there is always a price.”

—From the Introduction by Peter Rawlik  (Author of ReAnimators & The Weird Company)

Anthony, Jessica & Leanna will be signing copies of their work, which will be for sale following the discussion and reading.

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF NY WINTERCON PROGRAMS & GUEST ANNOUNCED THUS FAR

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Author & Actress Leanna Renee Hieber

 

Actress, playwright and author, Leanna Renee Hieber is the award-winning, bestselling author of Gothic Victorian Fantasy novels for adults and teens. Her Strangely Beautiful saga, beginning with The Strangely Beautiful Tale of Miss Percy Parker, hit Barnes & Noble and Borders Bestseller lists and garnered numerous regional genre awards. Leanna’s new book The Eterna Files will be published February 2015. Click here to visit her website

 

Jessica Burke and Anthony Burdge have been writing and editing for the past 13 years. Their work as Independent Scholars, in the realm of Tolkien and Mythopoeic Studies began with articles, essays, and critical work that earned them The Beyond Bree Award for outstanding contribution to Tolkien study. For the better part of 10 years, they ran Heren Istarion: The Northeast Tolkien Society, and during that time coordinated conferences, gave lectures, and enjoyed some success with their critical work. In 2010 they edited and contributed to The Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who, which was followed in 2012 by the Award Winning The Mythological Dimensions of Neil Gaiman.

Anthony and Jessica at the Lovecraft family plot

Anthony and Jessica at the Lovecraft family plot

Anthony and Jessica, the proprietors at Myth Ink Books, consider themselves, first and foremost, writers of weird and eclectic tales, especially those in what would be called a Lovecraftian vein. In 2013 their first collection of horror short stories, The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales, was published, featuring the title story, “The Friendly Horror” a contemporary follow up to H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Shadows Over Innsmouth.” In late 2014 the first in an annual anthology of urban horror Dark Tales from Elder Regions was announced, and monthly horror chapbooks from writers within the horror field to be published beginning in November.

#LIWHO Panel Schedule & Attendee Coupon Code

Greetings everyone!

This week kicks off the 2nd Long Island Doctor Who Convention, and we cannot wait to start our experience this Thursday at the Time Flight Concert: A Celebration of Long Island Doctor Who.

For the 2nd year in a row they have SOLD OUT the con and we want to congratulate them!

 

Below we detail the panels we are participating in & a coupon to our store specifically for attendees at LI WHO 2.

We cannot wait to meet the 1996 Doctor Who film crew altogether, Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook & Yee Jee Tso. We have met the illustrious Daphne Ashbrook (Dr. Grace) previously and it is always a pleasure to chat with her every time, but it is Paul McGann (8th Doctor) who we simply cannot wait to meet for the 1st time.

This con is packed with tons of guests ranging from the televised Doctor Who, to Big Finish stars, and authors like John Peel and Terrance Dicks.

We will be participating in two panels this year, which are described below and you can CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ENTIRE CON SCHEDULE

SATURDAY 10am:

BEAM ME UP, DOCTOR! The Similarities of Star Trek and Doctor Who with our fellow Trekkies & Whovians, Edwin Thrower and Lanaia DuBois

There is more than just the similarities of wobbly sets in the sixties and monsters made out of foil. Let’s discuss how both shows use a science fiction setting to get across grand ideas like being against racism, war, etc. It’s an awesome idea considering the shows were marketed at kids.

SUNDAY 2pm:

Writing For Geekdom with guests John Peel & Matthew Dow Smith

Doctor Who has broadened the scope of Science Fiction writing, bridging the gap between the genres of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror. We’ll discuss writing with professional writers, talk about the kind of writing Doctor Who has inspired, and we’ll explore how new writers can hone their craft.

As you may know Authors John Peel & Matthew Dow Smith are also contributors to Myth Ink Books Publications

We will be posting pics and news throughout the con via our social media accounts, twitter @MythicDocWho & Facebook (anthonyandjessica)

We will have only a limited supply of  3 titles available for purchase directly from us at the Con, and the benefit of buying from us at the con is not having to pay shipping. 

THE MYTHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF DOCTOR WHO ($12.50)

AWARD WINNING THE MYTHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF NEIL GAIMAN ($12.50)

THE FRIENDLY HORROR AND OTHER WEIRD TALES ($8.50)

However the Coupon detailed below is for online purchases only.

Front Image of our PostCard available at LI WHO 2

Front Image of our PostCard available at LI WHO 2

ONLINE ONLY COUPON CODE FOR LI WHO 2 ATTENDEES

BEGINS NOVEMBER 6th 2014

EXPIRES NOVEMBER 20th 2014

Look for our specially designed Myth Ink Books postcard that has the LI WHO 2 Code on the back, either directly from us or at tables that have flyers.

The Code is good for 15% off our currently available titles at our Myth Ink Books ONLINE STORE ONLY.

If you choose to purchase any of our available titles using the Coupon Code at our Online Store, then you will automatically be entered to receive 20% off our forthcoming book DOCTOR WHO & THE AMBASSADORS OF GEEKDOM when it is available in SPRING 2015.

That’s right, purchase books from us online using this code and you will be contacted when our new Doctor Who book is published with a 20% off code if you wish to purchase it.

This is for online purchases only and cannot be used to buy books from us at the con directly.

 

Some of our readers may be wondering why DOCTOR WHO & THE AMBASSADORS OF GEEKDOM is now a Spring 2015 publication.  This is due to the amount of releases we have before the end of the year.  We have just made available 2 chapbooks, with two more coming in December, plus DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK & the 2nd Edition of THE FRIENDLY HORROR AND OTHER WEIRD TALES.  We have ALOT of awesome contributions for our 2nd Doctor Who book and want to make sure they are all at the forefront of our publication schedule for Spring 2015.

Looking forward to this weeks total immersion in all things Doctor Who and Stay Tune to our social media accounts for updates.

These Black Winged Ones by W.H. Pugmire NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER

These Black Winged Ones written by Wilum H. Pugmire, Illustrated by Luke Spooner

These Black Winged Ones written by Wilum H. Pugmire, Illustrated by Luke Spooner

We are happy to now release for full order These Black Winged Ones by W.H. Pugmire.  This is the first publication in our new line of chapbooks.  This is the October release to be followed by Lovely Island by David Neilsen in November.  We are also very grateful to Peter Rawlik, author of ReAnimators & The Weird Company, for providing the Introduction to Wilum’s tale.

THESE BLACK WINGED ONES:

Written by Wilum H. Pugmire
Introduction by Peter Rawlik
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

NUMBERED & LIMITED TO ONE TIME PRINTING OF 100 COPIES:

$9 USD Plus Shipping and Handling

Estimated Delivery 4-6 Weeks

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Click here to purchase this title

The first offering from our new line of chapbooks comes from the leading Lovecraftian author of our day:

W.H Pugmire is the author of many Lovecraft inspired stories and books, most recently:

—Author of The Revenant of Rebecca Pascal
Encounters with Enoch Coffin

The setting for These Black Winged Ones is found in Section II of Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu,” which is entitled “The Tale of Inspector Legrasse.”

“All denied a part in the ritual murders, and averred that the killing had been done by Black Winged Ones which had come to them from their immemorial meeting-place in the haunted wood.”

Mr. Pugmire’s tale is that of a young woman who is taken to the aforementioned haunted wood by a mad poet, in order to pay homage to the formless white thing that inhabits the hidden lake.  The woman is anxious to dwell there, because she has never learned the art of dreaming, and legend tells that this lake creature inspires mortals to dream.

Read More of W. H. Pugmire
http://lovecraftianhorror.blogspot.com/

Visit the haunting work of our illustrator Luke Spooner
http://www.carrionhouse.com/

Peter Rawlik
Introduction/Author of ReAnimators
http://www.peterawlik.com

Lovely Island by David Neilsen NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER

Lovely Island  by David Neilsen Illustrated  by Luke Spooner

Lovely Island
by David Neilsen
Illustrated
by Luke Spooner

Without further ado we are happy to announce the publication of Lovely Island by David Neilsen, a chapbook now available to order and is our November Chapbook Release.

Lovely Island is the 2nd title in our chapbook series, following W.H. Pugmire’s October chapbook publication of THESE BLACK WINGED ONES.

This title is available for $9 plus shipping and handling, help feed a hungry Cthulhu

Written By David Neilsen
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Synopsis:
Little Sally loves living with her Daddy on their Lovely Island. Life is simple, Daddy loves her, and as long as she’s a good girl and eats all her shellfish, THEY won’t come after her.

NUMBERED & LIMITED TO ONE TIME PRINTING OF 100 COPIES:

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Click here to visit our store and purchase

About the author
David Neilsen is a slightly unhinged individual who has written a number of mildly disturbing short stories as well as an upcoming YA supernatural adventure. Before lurking in the darker recesses of the New York metropolitan area, he spent ten years begging in Hollywood, culminating in a television pilot optioned to 20th Century FOX and the straight-to-DVD feature film, The Eliminator (go on and rent it, he dares you). A classically-trained actor, David can often be found roaming Westchester County and nearby environs working as a storyteller, specializing in the twisted and macabre. His one-man show, H.P. Lovecraft’s Call of Cthulhu, has sent audience members into madness throughout greater New England and he would dearly love to bring it to your neck of the woods and drive you utterly insane as well.

David’s story “Leaking,” will appear in the forthcoming urban horror anthology, “Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York,” by Myth Ink Books

For more information, visit David online at http://neilsenparty.wordpress.com/

Visit the haunting work of our illustrator Luke Spooner
http://www.carrionhouse.com/

Coming Soon! Dark Tales from Elder Regions: NEW YORK from Myth Ink Books

mythinkbooks:

The First preview from “Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York.” Read an excerpt from “The Sixth Borough,” from our forthcoming urban horror anthology, “Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York,” penned by the illustrious Gregory Norris, previewed by Rebecca Besser. Be sure to check out the interview she conducted with Gregory Norris.

Originally posted on Author Rebecca Besser's Blog:

Coming soon!

Dark Tales from Elder Regions: NEW YORK from Myth Ink Books

Cover pic of Dark Tales from Elder Regions: NEW YORK

Enjoy an excerpt from Gregory Norris’ story in this collection, The Sixth Borough:

Story art for The Sixth Borough by Gregory Norris

Story art for The Sixth Borough by Gregory Norris

“He laughed again, only a crazy note had crept into his voice. Cyrus turned his head, and his ear grazed the Blayne along one of those raised rectangles. Wetness trickled, itched. He’d spilled more blood in his attempt to reach the other side of the alley. Cyrus shifted his head again, aware of the ache that accompanied the itch, and of other painful jolts spreading across his body —both ankles, his flank, the bare hand, and one knee now twisted at an awkward angle. The far end of the alley loomed somewhere in the platinum-colored glow fltering in from the street. Dust swirled in layers of toxic ash disturbed by the treads of his boots.

“Bella Vista,” he moaned…

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