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Cthulhu Tales by Users?

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message 1: by Frankenoise (new)

Frankenoise Don't mean to spam here but I would love to read stories by other users that are Cthulhu related...if there are any. I wrote a short erotica/horror with a Dagon creature, if anyone wants to check it out.

Don't Turn Around.


message 2: by Chris (new)

Chris Deal | 1 comments I've got a few, but only one available online. A Shape in the Nothing.


message 3: by William (new)

William Jones (williamjones) | 4 comments Mark wrote: "Don't mean to spam here but I would love to read stories by other users that are Cthulhu related...if there are any. I wrote a short erotica/horror with a Dagon creature, if anyone wants to check i..."

Mark, you have a unique slant on the Mythos. I've read erotic Lovecraftian fiction before; however it is rare, making your work quite original.


message 4: by William (new)

William Jones (williamjones) | 4 comments Chris wrote: "I've got a few, but only one available online. A Shape in the Nothing."

Chris, you have a bit of Robert Howard flavor mixed with your story. That brings a bier more energy to Mythos writings, and gives your tale zest.


message 5: by William (new)

William Jones (williamjones) | 4 comments I've edited a few Lovecraftian anthologies (High Seas Cthulhu, Horrors Beyond, Frontier Cthulhu and others). I've also published a number of short stories and RPG Call of Cthulhu supplements. And I wrote a Lovecraftian novel (The Strange Cases of Rudolph Pearson). It's the only one with a sample online.


message 6: by Don (new)

Don Webb (DonWebb) | 11 comments I've got a few dozen. My most recent was "Sancturary" in _Cthulhu's Reign. Always looking for mew markets ;) dwebb9@austin.rr.com
Most of the stories in my book _When They Came_ are Mythos realated as well


message 7: by Scott (new)

Scott Ferry | 42 comments I have a short story in a book I recently published that has a Cthulhuian atmosphere as well as artwork. Here is a link to the book. Demoness Magick ( A mix of Artwork, Horror/sci fi story, Rituals, Magick, Chaos, Extreme Emotion, Doll Magick, Word Weaving, Surreal Poetry ) I included black & white artwork that goes with the book material. Hardcover edition only. 120 pages.

Available through Blurb (preview on blurb available) : http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail...

More info also on : http://www.scottferry.com/books.html


message 8: by Aaron (new)

Aaron Polson | 1 comments I have a short story in Innsmouth Free Press's Historical Lovecraft anthology. "Ngiri's Catch" takes place in the Belgian Congo at the turn of the 20th century.

Some great tales in that book.

More of my stories linked through my website.


message 9: by Philip (new)

Philip Hemplow | 9 comments I have just published The Innsmouth Syndome on Amazon and Smashwords. It's a science-heavy, modern era take on the milieu, about the same length as the original story, that tries to introduce some novel characters and plot elements to the familiar staples. I'll upload it here as well once I've reconstituted the mobi file, but in the meantime you can grab it for $0.99 / £0.86, or preview the first half of it on Smashwords for free.

I've started work on my next one, too, but I'm expecting it to turn out at about the same length, so it will take a while to finish.


message 10: by Nathan (new)

Nathan Yocum (nathanyocum) | 1 comments Mark wrote: "Don't mean to spam here but I would love to read stories by other users that are Cthulhu related...if there are any. I wrote a short erotica/horror with a Dagon creature, if anyone wants to check i..."

Here you go, Lovecraftian stories by indie writers (along with some HPL reprints)

SpecLit Masters 1: H.P. Lovecraft


message 11: by Brett (new)

Brett Talley | 3 comments My first novel, which is coming out next Friday, is heavy on Cthulhu. Haven't written a whole lot of short stories in the mythos, but want to get into that as well. Here's the link to my book trailer and Amazon listing. If you get it, let me know what you think. Good or bad.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jsOYl...

http://www.amazon.com/That-Which-Shou...


message 12: by Aaron (new)

Aaron (alazif) I have a Lovecraftian short story in the recent Weird Fiction Review from Centipede Press titled "Tea Cozy of the Black Earth". It's as silly as it sounds, but hey. http://www.centipedepress.com/antholo...


message 13: by Donald (new)

Donald (donroc) | 6 comments Not Cthulu, but I do have some "Lovecrafted" inspired scenes in my horror novel, A GATHERING OF VULTURES, set mostly on the Brazilian island of Santa Caterina.


message 14: by Philip (new)

Philip Hemplow | 9 comments Well, I was right - my new one did take a long time to finish. However, it's available from the usual places if you're in the mood for a Lovecraft story set in Chernobyl.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008A7RGUM


message 15: by Ron (new)

Ron | 9 comments Brett's book is pretty darn good. I might add that I do not know him nor did I receive a free copy. I paid full retail. I read just about everything Lovecraftian that I can.
There were a few things I found a bit non-canonical about it. Then again, I'm somewhat of a purist, but he certainly doesn't tread into the murky Derlethian waters. As an honest review, it reads as a group of short stories tied into a main plot. I think Mr. Talley (sp?) would agree somewhat on that point. (Mild spoiler, but doesn't affect the plot) The introduction of a young Armitage was a nice touch I got a kick out of. I would post a more detailed review, but I think that would be a disservice as I think I would have to drop some spoilers here and there. I'll just say that I recommend it as a good early work for a mythos writer.


message 16: by Ann (new)

Ann Schwader (annkschwader) | 19 comments I have a couple of items in the Lovecraft eZine.

My narrative poem "Fiesta of Our Lady" is in the May 2012 issue:
http://lovecraftzine.com/issues/fiest...

My short-short tale "Desert Mystery! Gas & Go!" is in the November 2011 issue:

http://lovecraftzine.com/issues/deser...

If anyone is is the mood for Southwestern Mythos, please take a look! It's all free to read.


message 17: by Ron (new)

Ron | 9 comments Ann wrote: "I have a couple of items in the Lovecraft eZine.

My narrative poem "Fiesta of Our Lady" is in the May 2012 issue:
http://lovecraftzine.com/issues/fiest...

My short-..."


Great, Ann...I always recommend your work!


message 18: by David (new)

David Hambling | 17 comments I have to mention my new collection, "Shadows from Norwood" -- seven linked stories of the Chthulhu mythos, running from the Victorian era through the Lovecraftian 20s and 30s and in to the modern day, all set in and around South London --

UK

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Shadows-From-...

US
http://www.amazon.com/Shadows-Norwood...

Some reviews would be greatly appreciated, I can even send a free e-copy to anyone who wants to review it!


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