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Edited by Paula R Stiles

Innsmouth Magazine presents six varied tales of terror inspired by the work of H P Lovecraft. All are chilling, involving and sometimes challenging, collecting ancient and present day horrors, trippily surreal narratives and some truly sublime moments. All unconventional, certainly worth a look.

The Second Sphinx by Rebecca Stefoff

Set during the Napoleonic Wars, this ghoulish tale of an ill-fated expedition into Egypt summons up an atmosphere of dread, the dry decay of his
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Wilum lived in Seattle, WA and wrote Cthulhu Mythos fiction full-time. He is the self-proclaimed "Queen of Eldritch Horror," and had been writing Lovecraftian weird fiction since the early 1970s.

Writing weird fiction was his life, but congestive heart failure slowed his writing. He considers his finest books to be "Some Unknown Gulf of Night" (Arcane Wisdom Press 2011), "Uncommon Places" (Hippocam