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This page will serve to highlight those who have contributed to Myth Ink Books and our publications in some way. The most recent will be first proceeding to our earlier publications.


LUKE SPOONER studies illustration at Portsmouth University & tends to create works that deal with the macabre, the melancholy and the generally dark but that’s not to say he does not diversify.

Visit for his full range of his work.




W. H. Pugmire has been writing Lovecraftian weird fiction since the early 1970s.  He was lucky, during a three week tour of New England and New York in 2007, to visit the churchyard mentioned in his story, which was also visited by H. P. Lovecraft and inspired the writing of ‘The Hound.’  Pugmire has written for many anthologies, and his books include THE TANGLED MUSE, UNCOMMON PLACES, BOHEMIANS OF SESQUA VALLEY, and THE STRANGE DARK ONE.

THESE BLACK WINGED ONES, by W.H. Pugmire is a semi-sequel to The Call of Cthulhu and  is NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR STORE

His story, The Hand of Bone, will soon be released as part of the DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK Urban Horror Anthology from Myth Ink Books. Click here to visit his website

(Left) Peter Rawlik (Right) W. H. Pugmire

(Left) Peter Rawlik
(Right) W. H. Pugmire

Pete Rawlik has been reading and collecting weird books and literature since the Seventies and ran a bookstore dedicated to the genre for twenty years.  In 2011 gave it all up to pursue writing Lovecraftian fiction.  His first novel Reanimators was published in 2013, the sequel The Weird Company was released in 2014.  He lives in South Florida where he studies Everglades ecology and tries to keep three children from being eaten by crocodiles.  His wife has recently assured the public that his collection of Lovecraftiana poses no public health threat.

Peter wrote an Introduction to THESE BLACK WINGED ONES, and is currently constructing a Foreword to DARK TALES FROM ELDER REGIONS: NEW YORK

Click Here to Visit his Amazon Page



Storyteller & Author David Neilsen

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, Click Here to Visit David Online

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.


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 BordHieber_Eternaers 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 Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York.

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