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FICTION CHAPBOOKS

Our chapbooks are single story, single illustration and at times offer an introduction to the story and author. Illustrated by Luke Spooner

About the Illustrator:
Luke Spooner studied illustration and graduated with First class honors from Portsmouth University. He 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 http://www.carrionhouse.com for his full range of his work.

Seeking the Lord Written by Jared Lobdell Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Seeking the Lord
Written by Jared Lobdell
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

SEEKING THE LORD

$9 USD Plus S/H

“The Lord whom ye seek shall suddenly come to his temple.”

“Seeking the Lord,” is Myth Ink Books 3rd Chapbook release. It is a departure from our contributions to the horror genre into the realm of Fantasy with a story by Jared Lobdell

Written by Jared Lobdell
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

LIMITED TO 100 Numbered Copies

Excerpt:
“On the day of which this story tells, a small company of boys from one of the lower parts of the city, on holiday, had climbed the way to the citadel and were looking down a thousand feet to the valley below. One said to another — they disputed after who had said and who had heard — that they should go into the great tower of the citadel that housed the king’s hall at its base, and a fair lookout at its summit. And so they did, not secretly, for it was not forbidden, but quietly, in case one of the few guards might think it forbidden, and hinder their going.
The hall of the kings was lit by deep windows along the great aisles on either side, the aisles set off from the hall by rows of tall pillars, greatly carved with beasts and leaves of elder times and elder trees, bearing the wide vaulting above that gleamed with gold, lately pointed, inset with bright colours. Silent between the carven pillars were the effigies of kings long dead.”

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About the Author:
Jared Lobdell was a long-time correspondent and friend of Professor Tolkien’s, and of his son Christopher’s, and is the author of The World of the Rings. He lives in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.

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

THESE BLACK WINGED ONES

A Chapbook Written by W.H. Pugmire
Introduction by Peter Rawlik
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

No Longer Available

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.” 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.

Lovely Island by David Neilsen Illustrated by Luke Spooner

Lovely Island
by David Neilsen
Illustrated
by Luke Spooner

LOVELY ISLAND

OUT OF STOCK NO LONGER AVAILABLE

THIS IS A LIMITED, NUMBERED ONE TIME PRINTING

A Chapbook Written By David Neilsen
Illustrated by Luke Spooner

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.

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