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March 3, 2017

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Published on March 03, 2017 09:05

February 21, 2017

Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions

Available for PRE-ORDER now! (click here)



SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. CTHULHU: THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS

FIRST in a new series of Sherlock Holmes thrillers!

All novels will be available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble online and book stores, as well as other fine shops

A series of grisly murders rocks London. At each location, only a jumble of bones remains, along with a bizarre bone sphere covered in arcane symbols. The son of the latest victim seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, who discover a common thread that ties together the murders–and the persons responsible.

Bizarre geometries–based on ancient schematics–point to members of a secluded cult. These men and women build strange constructs that will enable other-worldly creatures to enter our dimension, seeking sustenance. As their power grows, even Moriarty fears that his empire is at risk—to the point that he seeks an unholy alliance with his eternal foe.

ADVANCE PRAISE

THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS is a wild, exciting and thoroughly satisfying collision of otherworldly horror and deductive reasoning. So much fun!”
Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of V-WARS and PREDATOR ONE

“An irresistible eldritch mystery! Baker Street and the Great Old Ones are made for each other.”
Christopher Golden, New York Times bestselling author of Snowblind and Aarat

THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS held me spellbound and kept me guessing…until 3 AM on a work day! The Great Detective has met his literary match, and ‘The Woman’ is author Lois H. Gresh. More!”
Nancy Holder, New York Times bestselling author, the WICKED Saga

“The Great Detective confronts the Unnameable in Lois Gresh’s latest—grand fun!”
Leslie Klinger, World Fantasy Award winning editor of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes and The Annotated H.P. Lovecraft

“The name Lois H. Gresh is as much advertising as her work needs. However, it is my privilege to recommend her latest tour-de-force. Just how the literary establishment missed engineering a dream collaboration between H.P Lovecraft and Arthur Conan Doyle before now is a mystery; but if it was waiting for Lois H. Gresh to do the thing justice, this one is all the justification necessary.”
Loren D. Estleman, Edgar Award-Winning author

“Lois H, Gresh blends Sherlock Holmes and and the eldritch flavors of H.P. Lovecraft together brilliantly. Victorian nightmares and a properly twisted mystery make THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS a must read for fans of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary sleuth.”
James A. Moore, author of Seven Forges and The Blasted Lands


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Published on February 21, 2017 07:31

February 17, 2017

Blog Update

SFFNET, which has hosted the professional science fiction and fantasy writing community since 1996, will shut down in March 2017. I received a free website from SFFNET in 1996 and have stayed with them straight to the end. 

To SFFNET: 
THANK YOU for all the years of great support and service. I already miss you.

Sadly, my longtime website at www.loisgresh.com will cease to exist within weeks.

I'm moving everything here to www.loishgresh.blogspot.com. Over time, I'll post new material here and also re-post some of the old material. 

For now, it's a mess in here (much like my office, where I write books and stories).

I'm still on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lois.gresh
           

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Published on February 17, 2017 13:30

February 12, 2017

Bibliography

BOOKS FICTIONSherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions (Titan Books, April 2017)
Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Neural Psychoses (Titan Books, April 2018)
Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Innsmouth Mutations (Titan Books, April 2019)
Cult of the Dead and Other Weird and Lovecraftian Tales (Hippocampus, 2015)
Innsmouth Nightmares (ed., PS Publishing, 2015)
Dark Fusions (ed., PS Publishing, 2013)
Eldritch Evolutions (Chaosium 2011 & BookViewCafe)
Blood and Ice (Elder Signs, 2011)
TechnoLife 2020 (ECW, 2001)
Chuck Farris and the Cosmic Storm (ECW, 2002)
Chuck Farris and the Labyrinth of Doom (ECW, 2001)
Chuck Farris and the Tower of Darkness (ECW, 2001)
The Termination Node (Random House/Del Rey, 1999)SPECULATIVE SCIENCEThe Many Mysteries of Indiana Jones (John Wiley & Sons, 2008)
The Science of Stephen King (John Wiley & Sons, 2007)
The Unauthorized Guide to His Dark Materials (St. Martin’s Press, 2007)
The Science of James Bond (John Wiley & Sons, 2006)
The Science of Anime (Running Press, 2005)
The Science of Supervillains (John Wiley & Sons, 2004)
The Science of Superheroes (John Wiley & Sons, 2002)
The Computers of Star Trek (Harper/Basic Books, 2000)COMPANION GUIDESThe Divergent Companion (St. Martin’s Press, 2014)
The Mortal Instruments Companion (St. Martin’s Press, 2013)
The Hunger Games Companion (St. Martin’s Press, 2011)
The Twilight Companion (St. Martin’s Press, 2008)
The Unauthorized Guide to Artemis Fowl (St. Martin’s Press, 2008)
The Fan’s Guide to the Spiderwick Chronicles (St. Martin’s press, 2007)
The Unauthorized Eragon Guide (St. Martin’s Press, 2006)
Exploring Lemony Snicket (St. Martin’s Press, 2004)
Dragonball Z (St. Martin’s Press, 2000) SHORT STORIES – Partial List

• CafebabeInfinite Loop SF Anthology, Miller Freeman hardcover, 1993
• Watch Me If You CanInfinite Loop SF Anthology, Miller Freeman hardcover, 1993
• Digital PistilTales of the Unanticipated, November 1994
• Digital Pistil (reprint)The Cyborg Handbook, Routledge Press, 1995 (story was sole winner of national contest and represents future of cyborg SF)
• Digital Pistil (reprint)1994 Year’s Best Fantastic Fiction
• AnOde to Thee: or Surfing those Tubular WavesMindsparks SF, 1994
• Mandelbrot MoldrotMiskatonic University, DAW Books, November 1996
• Let Me Make You SufferInterzone, Spring 1995
• Algorithms & Nasal StructuresAboriginal SF, Summer 1998
• Sole ManHot Blood: Fear the Fever, Pocket Books, July 1996 (story was on the prelim 1996 HWA Stoker Award Ballot; story received Honorable Mention in 1996 Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin’s Press)
• Snip My Suckers100 Vicious Little Vampires, Barnes and Noble, 1995 (story was on the prelim 1995 HWA Stoker Award Ballot; story received Honorable Mention in 1995 Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin’s Press)
• Psychomildew Love100 Wicked Little Witches, Barnes and Noble, 1995 (story was on the prelim 1995 HWA Stoker Award Ballot)
• Cocci’s Blood-Fueled Feud100 Vicious Little Vampires, Barnes and Noble, 1995
• Fish Witch100 Wicked Little Witches, Barnes and Noble, 1995
• Birches & MurkHorror a Day, Barnes and Noble, August/September 1998
• Engorged PereuteHorror a Day, Barnes and Noble, August/September 1998
• Little Whorehouse of HorrorsDark Regions Virtual Reality, 1998
• Instant GratificationManifest Destiny, Winter 1994
• The Last Real RatThe Urbanite, 1997
• Lucky AlbuminThe Urbanite, 1997
• Where I Go, Mi-GoSingers of Strange Songs, Chaosium Press, 1997
• Memories of HomeTerminal Fright, 1993
• The Adventure of the Parisian GentlemanNew Sherlock Holmes Adventures, Robinson Publishing (London) and Carroll and Graf, Mike Ashley, ed., 1997
• Julius Caesar: Three Meetings and a FuneralShakespearean Detectives (also: More Shakespearean Whodunnits), Robinson Publishing (London) and Carroll and Graf, Mike Ashley, ed., 1998
• Death Rides the ElevatorLocked Room Mysteries and Impossible Crimes, Robinson Publishing (London) and Carroll and Graf, Mike Ashley, ed., 2000
• Nada Nother NiteInhuman Magazine, AllenK, ed., October 2009
• Murder in MonkeylandLocked Room Mysteries and Impossible Crimes — Volume 2, Robinson Publishing (London) and Carroll and Graf, Mike Ashley, ed., 2006
• There’s No Place Like VoidTales Out of Miskatonic, Mythos Books, 2011
• The Lagoon of Insane PlantsAncient Shadows, Elder Signs Press, 2011
• Julia BrainchildHungry for Your Love: Zombie Romance, e-format from Ravenous Romance, Oct 2009; print edition from St. Martin’s Press, Oct 2010
• Cuspid Cupid: What’s the Difference?Fang Bangers, e-format from Ravenous Romance, August 2010
• The Scourge of the SeaHigh Seas Cthulhu 2, Elder Signs Press, 2011
• Debutante BallEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Smokestack Snout NeurologyEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• The Battle of Batbrew BulgeEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Underground PipelineEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Lust of the Giant SlothEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Geisha BlackEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Skinhead BoneheadEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Wee Sweet GirliesEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011 (story was short-listed and received Honorable Mention in 2011 Year’s Best Horror, ed. Ellen Datlow)
• Showdown at Red HookEldritch Evolutions, Chaosium, 2011
• Mhy’Os MythosHoliday Cthulhu, Miskatonic River Press, 2012
• Dreams of DeathEldritch Chrome, Chaosium, 2014
• Werewolf Root CanalMark of the Beast, Chaosium, 2014
• Mandelbrot Moldrot (reprint)Mountain Walked, Centipede Press, 2014
• Mandelbrot Moldrot (reprint)Mad Science Cafe, BookViewCafe, 2013
• Necrotic CoveBlack Wings III, PS Publishing, 2014
• Devil’s BathtubMadness of Cthulhu, Titan Books, 2014
• Willie the ProtectorSearchers After Horror, Fedogan & Bremer 2014
• Of Queens and PawnsThat is not Dead, PS Publishing, 2014
• Death DollExpiration Date, Edge SFF Publishing, 2014
• Old Enough to DrinkDark Fantastique, Cycatrix Press, 2014
• Nameless and ShamelessJews vs. Aliens, Jurassic London, 2014
• Night TrippersSummer of Lovecraft, Chaosium, 2016
• Square of the InquisitionGothic Lovecraft, Cycatrix Press, 2015
• Necrotic Cove (reprint)New Cthulhu 2: More Recent Weird, Prime Publishing, 2015
• Dearest DaddyDreams from the Witch House, Dark Regions, 2015
• Cult of the DeadBlack Wings IV, PS Publishing, 2015
• In the Sacred CaveThe Mammoth Book of Cthulhu: New Lovecraftian Fiction, Constable-Robinson, 2015
• All Choked UpThe X-Files: Secret Agendas, IDW Publishing, 2016
• BloodlineV-Wars: Shockwaves, IDW Publishing, 2016HIGHLIGHTS• Writer Guest, Ancient Aliens, History Channel, airs often
• Writer Guest, Batman Tech, History Channel, airs often
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH), Central PA ComicCon, 2017
• Roc-Con, Writer Guest of Honor, Sept 9-11, 2016
• Special Guest of Honor (GOH), NecronomiCon 2015, Providence, RI
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH), Roc-Con 2015
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH), Roc-Con 2014
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH), Roc-Con 2012
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH), Eeriecon 2011
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH), Roc-Con 2011
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH) Speaker, Hofstra University Conference, November 2007
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH) Speaker, New York Academy of Sciences, NYC, November 2007
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH) Speaker, The Century Club, Rochester, NY, September 2007
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH) Speaker, University Librarian Conference, Colorado, June 2007
• After Dinner Speaker, Ninth Rochester International Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics, June 2007
• Writer Guest of Honor (GOH) and Speaker, Perugia Science Festival, Italy, 2006
• Featured by Scientific American Book Club, Science Fiction Book Club, and Library of Science Book Club
• Featured in New York Times Book Review, USA Today, Science News, Publisher’s Weekly, National Geographic, Physics Today, New Scientist, U.S. News and World Report, Entertainment Weekly, many others
• On Nebula preliminary ballot for Best Novel of 1999, Science Fiction Writers of America, Inc.
• On national fiction ballots six times for Best Story of the Year
• Won national award for best modern cyborg science fiction; story published in international graduate-level cyborg Handbook/Routledge Press
• Television: Interviewed on national Fox News television, BBC World Science News, live news programs & talk shows in NYC, Connecticut, Virginia, Rochester, Canada; featured in Batman Tech & Ancient Aliens, History Channel; interviewed by television producers from Discovery Channel, ABC News
• Radio: Interviewed by hundreds of radio stations, including National Public Radio, the BBC, 5 cable networks in Canada
• Best of Show Award (top award given), Rochester Society for Technical Communications, 2003, for The Science of Superheroes; entry went to the International Competition
• Teen science books and novels endorsed by the American Library Association, Voice of Youth Advocates, School Library Journal, Today’s Librarian
• Books published in 22 languages & available worldwide: Italy, Japan, Spain, Russia, Germany, Portugal, France, Brazil, Thailand, Korea, China, Estonia, England, Canada/French, Finland, Poland, Czech, etc.
• Staff novel reviewer – Science Fiction Cable Channel, Nov 2004-Dec 2009, RIP
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Published on February 12, 2017 15:19

Don't Quit Your Day Job

My days used to be straight out of Office Space, and my nights straight out of Misery. Here are all the gory details of how I spent my time during the day while writing books and stories  at night. 

(photo: Stephen King's Misery, a writer's nightmare if ever there was one)


(photo: Office Space, a programmer's nightmare if ever there was one)


Writers, take note: Unless you're already earning royalties on novels that enable you to take care of your family--or unless you have a companion willing to foot the bills--Don't Quit Your Day Job.           LOIS H. GRESH served as Technical Communications Director for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at the University of Rochester, where she created and programmed the original University Science Portal (then at www.science.rochester.edu), which was later transformed into the futurity.org site. She wrote close to 100 research stories, as well as a 100-page science book for the Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE) and a 50-page book for the Chemistry Department. For a decade, as Creative-Technical Director for computer consultant companies, Lois managed online training projects for Bausch & Lomb, Xerox, Kodak, RIT, the U.S. Government Small Business Administration, Time Warner, and others. Her work included shooting/editing 90 videos for Kodak, as well as training artists how to use special effects and touch-up software on films such as Men in Black 2 and Spider-Man. Most of her time was spent designing and programming systems, modules, animations, color schemes, and videos using C, JavaScript, PHP, Flash, Scorm, 3DS MAX and Final Cut Pro. Earlier, she was Lead Systems Analyst for the internet training sites of Element K, Micron, Adobe, Gateway, and Macromedia. For ten years, she operated Technohell, Inc., a computer consulting company for Kodak, Xerox, CyberMath, and others. Work included design and programming of hundreds of webpages and interactive demo sites, creating Oracle database systems, virtual reality programming, marketing analysis and strategy, digital photography, analyzing prepress color corrections, designing trade show strategies and demo materials, and writing speeches, sales guides, brochures, white papers, and training materials. She was a project engineer at Xerox handling fault tolerant analysis, circuitry, and microcode for boot, I/O, memory management, shared multi cache bus, operating system, and networking boards with associated peripherals. As Publications Department Manager at Computer Consoles, Inc., she handled all marketing and technical publications, and also programmed in C and Assembly. She was Manager of Publications, Training, and Systems Analysis at Bradford National Corporation in her teens and early twenties. For two years in her teens, she wrote and programmed more than 100 computerized medical newsletters for the National Institute of Health Library. At 16, she wrote and self-published a book about poverty. Her book,The Science of Superheroes (co-authored with Robert Weinberg), went to the international award level for best book of 2002.  Lois won a Best of the Web OmniVision Award from Omni Magazine in 1996 for her work in internet-based virtual reality. 
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Published on February 12, 2017 15:15

ROCCON 2016 - Guest of Honor Author

A huge THANK YOU to RocCon for kindly inviting me as Guest of Honor Author this year! Special thanks to everyone who attended my Sherlock Holmes presentation! 



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Published on February 12, 2017 14:28

BOUCHERCON 2016 - World Mystery Convention

Breakfast at Jimmy J’s with the Sherlockians: Michael McKuras, Lois Gresh, Les Klinger, Gary Thaden, Bonnie MacBird, Andy Thaden, Michael Robertson, Dana Cameron, Laurie R. King, Julie McKuras




THE SHERLOCK PANEL. Top Row: Michael Robertson, TP Faherty, Les Klinger, Front Row Lois H. Gresh, Bonnie MacBird, Laura Caldwell




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Published on February 12, 2017 14:24

SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. CTHULHU: THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS

Available for PRE-ORDER now! (click here) SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. CTHULHU: THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS 
[image error]FIRST in a new series of Sherlock Holmes thrillers!All novels will be available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble online and book stores, as well as other fine shopsA series of grisly murders rocks London. At each location, only a jumble of bones remains, along with a bizarre bone sphere covered in arcane symbols. The son of the latest victim seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, who discover a common thread that ties together the murders–and the persons responsible. Bizarre geometries–based on ancient schematics–point to members of a secluded cult. These men and women build strange constructs that will enable other-worldly creatures to enter our dimension, seeking sustenance. As their power grows, even Moriarty fears that his empire is at risk—to the point that he seeks an unholy alliance with his eternal foe. ADVANCE PRAISE  “THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS is a wild, exciting and thoroughly satisfying collision of otherworldly horror and deductive reasoning. So much fun!”
–Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of V-WARS and PREDATOR ONE“An irresistible eldritch mystery! Baker Street and the Great Old Ones are made for each other.”
–Christopher Golden, New York Times bestselling author of Snowblind and Aarat“THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS held me spellbound and kept me guessing…until 3 AM on a work day! The Great Detective has met his literary match, and ‘The Woman’ is author Lois H. Gresh. More!”
–Nancy Holder, New York Times bestselling author, the WICKED Saga“The Great Detective confronts the Unnameable in Lois Gresh’s latest—grand fun!”
–Leslie Klinger, World Fantasy Award winning editor of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes and The Annotated H.P. Lovecraft“The name Lois H. Gresh is as much advertising as her work needs. However, it is my privilege to recommend her latest tour-de-force. Just how the literary establishment missed engineering a dream collaboration between H.P Lovecraft and Arthur Conan Doyle before now is a mystery; but if it was waiting for Lois H. Gresh to do the thing justice, this one is all the justification necessary.”
–Loren D. Estleman, Edgar Award-Winning author“Lois H, Gresh blends Sherlock Holmes and and the eldritch flavors of H.P. Lovecraft together brilliantly. Victorian nightmares and a properly twisted mystery make THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS a must read for fans of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary sleuth.”
–James A. Moore, author of Seven Forges and The Blasted Lands
NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!  
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Published on February 12, 2017 14:19

November 16, 2016

Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions – APRIL 2017

SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. CTHULHU: THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS – APRIL 2017!


SH_forWeb2I can’t wait to see the book cover, as well as the overall look of the SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. CTHULHU trilogy. As soon as I have the artwork, I’ll post it here and on Facebook.


As of this writing, the marketing folks are updating the Amazon page, then they’ll start posting pre-order pages elsewhere online, such as B&N. The series will also be available at your brick-and-mortar bookstores via Random House!


NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER! 


A series of grisly murders rocks London. At each location, only a jumble of bones remains, along with a bizarre bone sphere covered in arcane symbols. The son of the latest victim seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, who discover a common thread that ties together the murders–and the persons responsible.


Bizarre geometries–based on ancient schematics–point to members of a secluded cult. These men and women build strange constructs that will enable other-worldly creatures to enter our dimension, seeking sustenance. As their power grows, even Moriarty fears that his empire is at risk—to the point that he seeks an unholy alliance with his eternal foe.


Holmes_forwebADVANCE PRAISE 


“THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS is a wild, exciting and thoroughly satisfying collision of otherworldly horror and deductive reasoning. So much fun!”

–Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of V-WARS and PREDATOR ONE


“An irresistible eldritch mystery! Baker Street and the Great Old Ones are made for each other.”

–Christopher Golden, New York Times bestselling author of Snowblind and Aarat


“THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS held me spellbound and kept me guessing…until 3 AM on a work day! The Great Detective has met his literary match, and ‘The Woman’ is author Lois Gresh. More!”

–Nancy Holder, New York Times bestselling author, the WICKED Saga


“The Great Detective confronts the Unnameable in Lois Gresh’s latest—grand fun!”

–Leslie Klinger, World Fantasy Award winning editor of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes and The Annotated H.P. Lovecraft


“The name Lois Gresh is as much advertising as her work needs. However, it is my privilege to recommend her latest tour-de-force. Just how the literary establishment missed engineering a dream collaboration between H.P Lovecraft and Arthur Conan Doyle before now is a mystery; but if it was waiting for Lois Gresh to do the thing justice, this one is all the justification necessary.”

–Loren D. Estleman, Edgar Award-Winning author


“Lois Gresh blends Sherlock Holmes and and the eldritch flavors of H.P. Lovecraft together brilliantly. Victorian nightmares and a properly twisted mystery make THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS a must read for fans of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary sleuth.”

–James A. Moore, author of Seven Forges and The Blasted Lands

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Published on November 16, 2016 07:22

October 5, 2016

INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES: $5.49! FOUR stories reprinted in top BEST OF THE YEAR 2015 anthologies!

IN_front_sm INNSMOUTH  NIGHTMARES (Lois H. Gresh, editor) – now available as a $5.49 e-book!


FOUR stories are in top BEST OF THE YEAR 2015 anthologies:



Steve Rasnic Tem’s excellent INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES story, Beneath the PilingsTHE BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR 2015 (editor, Ellen Datlow)
John Shirley’s excellent  INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES  story, Windows UnderwaterTHE YEAR’S BEST FANTASY & HORROR 2015 (editor, Paula Guran)
Tim Lebbon’s excellent  INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES  story, Strange CurrentsYEAR’S BEST WEIRD FICTION 2015 (editors, Michael Kelly & Simon Strantzas)
Richard Gavin’s INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES story, The Barnacle Daughter, in BEST NEW HORROR 2015/#27 (editor, Steve Jones)

INNSMOUTH NIGHTMARES is now available as a $5.49 e-book!

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Published on October 05, 2016 07:40