New Review of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales

Reviewer for The Horror Society, Kris Lugosi, has recently published a fantastic review of our book of Lovecraftian Fiction: The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales The Friendly Horror as a stand alone story in this book really completed this collection. The Friendly Horror is a collection of Lovecraft inspired tales eloquently written with anContinue reading “New Review of The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales”

Call for Writers: New #DoctorWho Non Fiction Anthology

                 In 2010, Kitsune Books published the first volume of the Mythological Dimensions series, The Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who. This was soon followed by the award winning The Mythological Dimensions of Neil Gaiman. We were to continue with the Mythological Dimensions series covering other areas of interest, however, in December 2012 Kitsune Books closedContinue reading “Call for Writers: New #DoctorWho Non Fiction Anthology”

Call for Writers: Boroughs of the Dead Vol. 2

We are very happy to announce, in partnership with author and NYC Boroughs of the Dead Tour Guru Andrea Janes, a new collection of urban horror: Boroughs of the Dead Volume 2: An Anthology of New York City Ghost Stories.   You may already be familiar with Andrea’s first book Boroughs of the Dead Volume 1: Continue reading “Call for Writers: Boroughs of the Dead Vol. 2”

Horror Fiction Review: The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales

Latest review of our book The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales by Colleen Wanglund, a local reviewer for The Horror Fiction Review & Monster Librarian has been posted at THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW  –“A heavily Lovecraftian influenced collection, the title THE FRIENDLY HORROR is deceptive but appropriate….“ THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW: November, 2013 ReviewsContinue reading “Horror Fiction Review: The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales”

Welcome To Myth Ink Books

Greetings Traveler, Welcome to the new home of Myth Ink Books. You may already be familiar with our publications and work, perhaps you have visited our Geek Blog Comfy Chair, which was formerly the home of Myth Ink Books.  Or you may be new to us entirely and are looking for more information on whoContinue reading “Welcome To Myth Ink Books”