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M. Amanuensis Sharkchild is the award-winning, Lovecraftian author of the growing series of horror fiction short stories The Dark Verse and of the dark fantasy novel The Spirit Collectors. His self-published books are praised for their illustrious hardcover binding and artwork and have won six awards. The Dark Verse is also a podcast through which Sharkchild releases new short stories on a regular basis. The style and atmosphere of his writing is often compared to the works of H.P. Lovecraft.

He lives in lurid wakefulness and lucid dreams, overtaken by visions that uncontrollably seethe in a torrent of horror and fantasy. As a zealot of the imagination, he embraces the strange, the bizarre, and the great unknown. His path of creation has onl
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The Dark Verse, Vol. 1 (Second Edition) Kickstarter Project

The time has come to bring THE DARK VERSE, VOL. 1 hardcover book back! The campaign for the return of the original 26 short stories of occult, metaphysical and fantastical horror that will follow you to the visions of your sleep is now live on Kickstarter!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...

The Dark Verse, Vol. 1: From the Passages of Revenants

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“Even though the situation was in no way under the control of this man, I felt like punching him and sending him from his chair—kicking him until he awoke.”
M. Amanuensis Sharkchild, The Dark Verse, Vol. 1: From the Passages of Revenants

“I had always been no more than a hermit, straying from one shell—one shelter—to another, looking at life only as a constant battle for survival. I barely got by; I succeeded by no other means than sheer luck. I found food when I needed it and I found health when sickness became my leech. There was nothing I did or earned that sustained my lifeline; I was simply a manifestation of mass that consumed and expelled mass. I had no hopes and therefore I was never disappointed. I was a wayfarer through time and knowledge, a companion to their works as they to me were my only friends.”
M. Amanuensis Sharkchild, The Dark Verse, Vol. 1: From the Passages of Revenants

“There were reasons that most dreams were left to the nothingness of unremembered timelines, but there were even greater reasons why those entities that inhabited them should not overstep their boundaries. I,”
M. Amanuensis Sharkchild, The Dark Verse, Vol. 1: From the Passages of Revenants




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