One traumatic night changed it all.
One night changed Kember's life forver, forcing her to spend years adapting to the forest surrounding her family's destroyed carnival. Kember is reintroduced to society as an adult, determined to find out what happened the night of her father's murder. Little does she know, she will have both human and supernatural aid on her quest to discover the truth.
As a familiar... [click here for more]
On October 2. 1936. the SS Orient Princess, a vessel of some 8,000 tons, put into Valparaiso carrying a cargo of timber and crude rubber from the Dutch East Indies. Immediately upon arrival, her captain, one Willem van Groot, was met by two members of the local police and Professor Thomas Wilmerson of Miskatonic University, the latter having flown to Chile in response to an urgent radio message sent... [click here for more]
When Cthulhu calls . . . W. Paul Ganley answers!
This volume collects a treasure trove of Cthulhu Mythos and dark fantasy stories -- all told, a baker's dozen -- by the World Fantasy Award-winning editor of WEIRDBOOK magazine!
The 13 stories featured are:
OTHERS, WHO ARE NOT MEN
I AM HUMAN
THE VAULT OF KARNUNNA
THE GREAT HERO
IN THE TEMPLE... [click here for more]
This selection of horror stories has been published for Halloween 2014. It includes the very first publication of "Night Should Be Black," by classic WEIRD TALES author Everil Worrell -- an unpublished story found among her papers after her death. Good stuff!
"The Eyes," by Edith Wharton
"Mysterious Maisie," by Wirt Gerrare
"The Open Door,"... [click here for more]