James Arthur Anderson takes a structuralist approach to dissecting the horror fiction of H. P. Lovecraft (1890-1937. This book offers both scholars and fans alike new insight into the work of the best-known American horror writer of the first half of the 20th century. As S. T. Joshi states: "Anderson's thorough familiarity with Lovecraft's texts (essays and letters, as well as stories), and with the... [click here for more]
Long before the association with "Weird Tales" magazine and H.P. Lovecraft that led to his enduring fame, Clark Ashton Smith was a well-regarded regional poet whose tastes ran to the romantic and the fantastic.
This collection of poems -- originally published in 1918 -- presents some of his best early work.
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Do you remember your first doll, that loveable companion who saw you through your best and worst days? Yes? Then you were one of the fortunate ones... In Satan's Toybox, the first anthology by Angelic Knight Press, you will find demonic dolls bringing mayhem and murder to their living companions. Contained in this volume are tales of hauntings, possessions, demons, a serial killer, loneliness... [click here for more]
A story of Victorian romance, it tells the tale of five sisters and their attempts to woo the rich young bachelors that have moved into their neighbourhood. The story moves along quickly as the sisters find themselves falling in love with men they did not expect and as promises of marriage are denied and accepted for other favours and promises made to the young sisters by family and their potential... [click here for more]
When Satan comes to Earth disguised as a human, he doesn’t expect to come across a young girl named Maria. The young Maria steals the ancient devil’s heart and he struggles for her attention while trying to hide who he really is. The Vatican eventually gets involved in his quest and a cardinal who knows who he is attempts to help. ... [click here for more]