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In early March and in July we posted news of our forthcoming urban horror anthology, Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York and are very excited to share with you the launch of our mammoth tome of eldritch horror. We will be accepting Pre-Orders by Halloween, with full release in November.
DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK
Pre-Orders for DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK
To Be Announced Late October 2014
On Sale in November 2014
Trade Paperback Edition
Color Cover with 20 Black & White Internal Illustrations
Illustrated by Luke Spooner
DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS:
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.
This anthology of 20 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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1) “Roebling’s Monster”
by Leanna Renee Hieber
2) “The Hand of Bone” by W.H. Pugmire
3) “Beautiful Dreams” by DJ Tyrer
4) “The Professor’s NY Adventure”
by Gordon Linzer
5) “Now Departing” by John Peel
6) “Leaking” by David Neilsen
7) “The Sixth Borough” by Gregory Norris
8) “Retro Viral” by Andrea Janes
9) “Broken Glass” by Jordan Mapes
10) “Wallflowers” by Lilah Wild
11) “The None Percent” by Warren Frey
12) “The Vintner of Little Neck”
by Chris Tuthill
13) “The Last Train to New Haven”
by Kevin Wetmore
14) “E-Ville” by Frank Collia
15) “Rosebank NNL” by Daniel Russo
16) “Hell of a Day” by James Aquilone
17) “The Mad Monk” of St Augustines
by Colleen Wanglund
by Christopher Mancuso
19) “Ghosting” by Jessica Burke
20) “The Lonely Boat” by Anthony Burdge
A few highlighted authors:
Gregory Norris is a full time writer with some 4,000 stories, articles, books. with work regularly published in fiction anthologies and national magazines. Mr. Norris worked as a screenwriter on two episodes of Paramount’s STAR TREK: VOYAGER, and was a columnist and staff writer at Sci Fi, the official magazine of the Sci Fi Channel. Norris is the author to the guide of all-things-Sunnydale, THE Q GUIDE TO BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, his latest book, SHRUNKEN HEADS: Twenty Tiny Tales of Mystery and Terror, was released last September. Mr. Norris has contributed a tale called, “The Sixth Borough,” which illustrates a characters search for a mysterious borough of NYC.
Lovecraftian Author W.H. Pugmire is a full-time underground author of Cthulhu Mythos fiction. Pugmire has written a macabre story based in the same Dutch Reformed Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY that inspired Lovecraft himself to write “The Hound,” which is entitled “The Hand of Bone.”
Legendary author John Peel has written for numerous genres, Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy and many others. Peel is the author of Doctor Who books and comic strips. Notably, he wrote the first original Doctor Who novel, Timewyrm: Genesys, to launch the Virgin New Adventures line. In the early 1990s he was commissioned by Target Books to write novelisations of several key Terry Nation Dalek stories of the 1960s after the rights were finally worked out. For our volume Mr. Peel has written a tale set in Manhattan entitled: “Now Departing.”
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 is now available for Pre-Order
Ms. Hieber has written “Roebling’s Monster,” a tale set in Brooklyn, for the collection.
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 has contributed his story “Leaking,” for this anthology and his chapbook “Lovely Island,” will be released in November
For more information, visit David online at http://www.neilsenparty.com/storytelling.html