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Matthew M. Bartlett

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Matthew M. Bartlett was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1970. He writes dark and strange fiction at his home in Western Massachusetts, where he lives with his wife Katie and an unknown number of cats.

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Matthew M. Bartlett I’m so sorry it took me this long to answer. As far as I could tell, it was another goodreads question. I’m working on a story for a chapbook to be re…moreI’m so sorry it took me this long to answer. As far as I could tell, it was another goodreads question. I’m working on a story for a chapbook to be released by Yves Tourigny’s Tallhat Press. It’s a WXXT story tentatively titled “Music of the Moldering.” I also have begun work on the third full length WXXT book, which will be more like a novel than the other two. Thank you for asking. I apologize again for the delay in responding. (less)
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Brand New Chapbook: Music of the Moldering



From Tallhat Press, with a gorgeous cover and nine creepy interior illustrations by Yves Tourigny, comes my newest chapbook Music of the Moldering. This is a limited edition book, and it's going fast.

Strange things are afoot at the James S. Fresser Funeral Home. The new owner, Marcus Walther, has let things slip. Is it the exhaustion? The burden of responsibility? Or is it the old radio he fou Read more of this blog post »
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“I drove on, and between the north and southbound lanes a construction crew worked under daylight-bright industrial lamps. I saw them through a gauzy fog of dust and strong light...they wore blood-red vests and hardhats and massive goggles, and as the road sank I saw that the workers were bone thin, with skeletal jaws and long teeth. They labored on platforms over gaping holes in the earth, and among the men, piled atop rickety pallets, lolled babies, piles of them, in ashy cerements. I could not tell whether the crew was excavating or burying them.”
Matthew M. Bartlett, Gateways to Abomination

“Among the most ghastly sounds a man can hear is the sound of a voice in what he thought was an empty house.”
Matthew M. Bartlett, Gateways to Abomination

“Benjamin was cackling and it shot fear through me and shutters and blinds closed and horses reared and the ghostly sun took shelter in an ancient elm and my throat was full of blood and dogs barked like an insane chorus and I was home and new born and ready to fuck.”
Matthew M. Bartlett, Gateways to Abomination

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