In 2004, the World of Darkness Rulebook introduced a concept that intrigued, tantalized and inspired readers and players, and left them with the question:
What is the God-Machine?
You hold in your hands the book that might answer that question...or might simply complicate it. The God-Machine Chronicle Anthology contains new fiction by Justin Achilli, Eddy Webb, Stew Wilson, David... [click here for more]
Walk through the ages...
As a companion to Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras this anthology reveals secrets of the mystics, whispers rumors of the dead, and shines a light into the darkest corners of the world.
This collection includes historical stories based within the shadowed past of Vampire: the Requiem, Mage: the Awakening, Werewolf: the Forsaken,... [click here for more]
Ten Tales of Dark & Secretive Orders
Lovecraft envisioned a world in which humanity is ignorant of cosmic realities. When the bleak truth is revealed, it terrifies us, for it offers no hope of our salvation. Cultists are the gatekeepers to this knowledge. Their aim is to keep secret the existence of their gods by any means possible, and to free their gods from their slumbering prisons — thus... [click here for more]
No one would suspect that Ariadne, the cold and deadly “Silent Knife” of Prince Liliane, was once a sensitive college girl who preferred books to blades. But that life ended when her lover Andre cast her aside, into the waiting fangs of an unknown Sire who fled after the Embrace.
Re-shaped by her Prince’s cruel tutelage, Ariadne has fought hard to earn her place in Liliane’s court. Now... [click here for more]
"It is only within the last few years that most people have stopped thinking of the West as a new land. I suppose the idea gained ground because our own especial civilisation happens to be new there; but nowadays explorers are digging beneath the surface and bringing up whole chapters of life that rose and fell among these plains and mountains before recorded history began."
—H.P. Lovecraft, “The... [click here for more]
Unseen. The Kindred Move Among Us
Not merely mad beasts of lonely hunters, the vampires of the World of Darkness who call themselves The Kindred because of the blood that elementally binds them together, are dnagerously organized and cunning. They hide behind a plan they call the Masquerade so that they do not draw the attention or ire of mortals, and the society this masquerade obscures... [click here for more]
Lovecraftian cosmic terror meets modern-day conspiracy in 18 tales of horror and personal apocalypse:
"The Color of Dust" by Laurel Halbany.
"PAPERCLIP" by Kenneth Hite.
"A Spider With Barbed-Wire Legs" by Davide Mana.
"Le Pain Maudit" by Jeff C. Carter.
"Cracks in the Door" by Jason Mical.
"Ganzfeld Gate" by Cody Goodfellow.
"Utopia" by David Farnell.
"The Perplexing Demise of Stooge Wilson" by David... [click here for more]
PENNY DREADFUL A Mage: The Ascension Novel By Kevin Andrew Murphy
Penelope Anne Drizkowski-Penny Dreadful to her friends-leads an interesting life, but it's starting to get just a bit too interesting. First off, a young lady has enough trouble fending off unwanted advances, but what is one to do when they're from vampires? What about werewolves?
Then again, most girls aren't witches.... [click here for more]
What is the deep one skeletal structure? How does the byakhee hune organ allow them to travel through interstellar space? What organs and biological material makeup the mysterious and ancient flying polyps?
These questions and more will be answered in Luis Merlo’s groundbreaking scientific study of the anatomy, biology, and ecology of more than two dozen Lovecraftian horrors!
Luis... [click here for more]
Have You Found the Yellow Sign?
"I was turning to go into the dining-room when my eye fell upon a book bound in serpent skin, standing in a corner of the top shelf of the last bookcase." —Robert W. Chambers, "The Yellow Sign"
The King in Yellow. Robert W. Chambers’ unearthly book has inspired millions of shivering readers since the death of the Gilded Age. This beautiful edition... [click here for more]
Horripilating Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos
Professor Rudolph Pearson moved to New York City after the Great War, hoping to put his past behind him. While teaching Medieval Literature at Columbia University, he helped the police unravel a centuries’ old mystery. At the same moment, he uncovered a threat so terrifying that he could not turn away. With the bloody scribbling of an Old English script in... [click here for more]
The Complete Mythos Fiction of Lin Carter (including the episodic novel "The Terror Out of Time")
The late Lin Carter was the driving force behind the famous Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series of the 1970's. He was also a prolific writer and anthologist of horror and fantasy with over eighty titles to his credit, including Lovecraft: A Look at the Cthulhu Mythos.
Carter's tales of mythos horror are... [click here for more]
Early Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos by the Author of Psycho“H.P. Lovecraft — like his creation, Cthulhu — never truly died. He and his influence live on, in the work of so many of us who were his friends and acolytes. Today we have reason for rejoycing in the widespread revival of his canon. . . . If a volume such as this has any justification for its existence, it’s because... [click here for more]
What hope has a humble adventurer when faced with a fight against Cthulhu himself? No matter; the true swordsperson cares only for the bite of steel against flesh, whether that flesh be eldritch or more conventional. So, grab your khukuri knife, your iklwa spear, or a legendary blade and journey with us from ancient Rome to feudal Japan, from the Dreamlands to lands there are no names for in any of... [click here for more]
Delta Green: Tales from Failed Anatomies is a collection of stories by award-winning author and game designer Dennis Detwiller.
These tales of cosmic terror and personal horror span the life of Delta Green, the desperate organization that Detwiller helped create: a group of men and women who have seen the awful truths of reality and struggle to keep those realities at bay as long as they can.... [click here for more]
You are NOT CLEARED for this book.
These eight tales of cosmic horror and personal apocalypse were not written to make you feel secure about your place in the universe. They are here to unsettle you, to horrify you, and to challenge your misguided notions of history, humanity, and morality. Enjoy. Born of the federal government's 1928 raid on the degenerate coastal town of Innsmouth, Massachusetts,... [click here for more]
Take your seat.
Delta Green: Dark Theatres presents eight new stories of intrigue and horror, eight theaters in which desperate actors engage clandestine passion plays for the grim amusement of alien gods, Witness the horrors of the Raids on Innsmouth the terrible secrets of World War II, the tropical nightmare of Vietnam, the chill vacuum of Yuggoth, the asynchronous folds of space-time,... [click here for more]
In churches and convents and other religious communities, sisterhood takes many forms, forged and tested by such mundane threats as disease and despair, but also by terrors both spiritual and existential—Satan’s subtle minions and the cosmic nightmare of the Cthulhu Mythos.
Sisterhood: Dark Tales and Secret Histories presents sixteen horror stories by some of the genre’s leading female... [click here for more]
BOOK OF THE KINDRED is the sourcebook for VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE, created by Mark Rein-Hagen, co producer of TV's KINDRED: THE EMBRACED.
It tells the tale of the Kindred from the legends of ancient times to the harsh realities of modern nights. It investigates mysteries and reveals secrets that... [click here for more]
Who willingly walks into a haunted house?
Ghost hunters explore dark places, investigate clues and uncover secrets of the dead. Evidence of an afterlife may prove elusive and few hunters recognize some things are best left buried and forgotten.
Suspense and intrigue lurks inside HAUNTED: 11 Tales of Ghostly Horror. Unlock the clues in these eleven mysteries:
+ A curious ghost hunter tracks... [click here for more]
People often say that there are no such things as monsters. They are wrong. Vampires, werewolves, ghosts, and other unnamable horrors co-exist with us. Watching us. Using us. Preying upon us.
Welcome to Pinebox, a sleepy little East Texas town with a lot more than its share of trouble. Whether it's the haunted diner luring weary travelers, the unexplained 'alligator attacks", or the crone who just... [click here for more]
This short thriller is told entirely in phone texts. A group of friends are hiking Mt. Rainier when something goes horribly wrong. At first it seems some members of the party suffered terrible accidents, but as the police recover their cell phones and begin to piece together their text messages, a very different story emerges. For Mature Readers, contains some strong language. Texter was written... [click here for more]
This three volume epic reveals the rise of an ancient power thaqt threatens to forever alter the World of Darkness... the immortal beings known as mummies.
This product contains links to all three of the Year of the Scarab Trilogy books:
Volume 1 - Heralds of the Storm
Volume 2 - Lay Down with Lions
Volume 3 - Land of the Dead
... [click here for more]
The Crystal Void by John Houlihan This includes the PDF of the Crystal Void Illustrated edition
The year is 1810 and as Napoleon's Grand Armee chases Wellington's expeditionary force through Portugal to the lines of Torres Verdras, the dashing if rather dim French Hussar Gaston d'Bois is astonished to encounter the love of his life.
But the fragrant Odette is soon swept... [click here for more]
EIGHTEEN WHISPERS TO THE DARKNESS
‘The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.’
So begins H. P. Lovecraft’s essay “Supernatural Horror in Literature,” arguably the most important analysis of horror ever written. Yet while hordes of writers have created works based on Lovecraft’s... [click here for more]
THE KING IN YELLOW -- recently featured in HBO's hit series TRUE DETECTIVE -- is a collection of 10 short stories, the reading of which will curse one to a terrible fate.
You have been warned!
This edition features an introduction by H.P. Lovecraft.
Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, ePub and Mobi (Kindle) versions of the book. ... [click here for more]
"I shall sleep but not rest." Slain by his enemies and cursed by God, Vlad Dracula arose from the battlefield as a ravening beast, hungry for the blood of men. For centuries the son of the Dragon has haunted the earth, driven by an implacable will to unravel the mysteries of the Embrace and to master them. The Requiem is no mournful elegy to one such as the Impaler. It is the riddle... [click here for more]
New Stories of the Children of Dagon
"Right here in our own state of Massachusetts, in February of 1928, agents of the U.S. Treasury and Justic Departments perpetrated crimes worthy of Nazi Germany against a powerless minority of our citizens . . . When the dust of this jack-booted invasion had settled, no citizens [of Innsmouth, Massachusetts] were found guilty of any crime but the desire to live... [click here for more]
Imperial America has fallen.
Emperor Castaigne, who ruled the nation with secret police and even more secret sorcery, has fled. The portals that connected him to his rumored source of power, the alien realm of Carcosa, have been destroyed. After a century of tyranny, democracy has returned to the USA—if those who fought for it have what it takes to keep it. Along with his loyal crew, the man they... [click here for more]
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #1 features fiction by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Carole Bugge, Ron Goulart, Marc Bilgrey, Edward D. Hoch, Hal Blythe, and Jean Paiva.
Features by Kim Newman, Lenny Picker, Mrs Hudson, and Marvin Kaye.
Edited by Marvin Kaye. ... [click here for more]
A wide-ranging and friendly journey through H.P. Lovecraft’s tales of cosmic terror and wonder, the Tour de Lovecraft is the ideal companion to the work of the twentieth century’s greatest American horrorist.
Kenneth Hite has spent decades reading and re-reading Lovecraft and his heirs, slipping through their forests of verbiage to discover the solid literary ground beneath. With his game... [click here for more]
It doesn't end with death. David Robinson's life has taken several turns for the worse: first his daughter dies, then his marriage crumbles and his career as a mystery writer falls apart. But after he is killed in a hit-and-run accident, David quickly learns that he will face his most harrowing challenges - as a Wraith in the Shadowlands. Unable to contact or influence the world of the living, David's... [click here for more]
Centered around a short story entitled “The Queen Of Crows,” this digital product was designed by author and game designer Monica Valentinelli. The short story entitled “The Queen of Crows” takes place during the 1860s, and focuses on the tough decisions that a Navajo elder named “Tse” must make to save his people. Will he summon Mahochepi, the Queen of Crows, without... [click here for more]
Kenneth Hite guided readers through H.P. Lovecraft’s horror plots and themes in his earlier book Tour de Lovecraft: The Tales. Now, expanding on his “Lost in Lovecraft” column in Weird Tales magazine, he conducts a second tour of Lovecraft’s settings: from Arkham to Antarctica, and from New York City to Hyperspace. Tour de Lovecraft: The Destinations drives... [click here for more]
This coloring book has all your favorite monsters to color!
From Great Cthulhu to the lowliest Nightgaunt, this book has it all – forty enormous and enormously terrifying black and white illustrations along with descriptions (on facing pages).
This digital edition includes the PDF version of the book.
... [click here for more]
Do You Know Cthulhu?
No?!? Never fear! Cthulhu 101 lets you in on the mystery, and lays it all out in the open. From “How do you pronounce Cthulhu?” to the 8 Best Cthulhoid Board Games, Cthulhu 101 has most of the questions, and all of the answers. Do you know the shocking truth about Hastur? Which Elder Sign is right for you? Don’t guess — find out!
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This is life in the big city, but no city like you've ever seen before. Here, it isn't liquor that gets you twenty years behind bars, it's magic, and private investigator Jefferson Carter has a license to practice.
But between the demonic femme fatales, the ghoulish gentlemen's clubs and the dead pale mob family with red eyes and sharp teeth, Carter is going to need every bit of magic he's got to... [click here for more]
In the dying years of the 19th century, a book changed the world—or worlds. A slim, sinister text called The King in Yellow drove those who read it to madness. Despite suppression by anxious authorities, it spread through global culture, and history itself, like a virus. Now the contagion bears hideous fruit.
Disturbing, dissonant and riddled with negative capability.- Simon... [click here for more]
Slices of Fate is a unique collection featuring the works of Eddy Webb. Stories within range from the author's nod to literary tales as in his piece "A Sheepish Trip to Yorkshire" to his more speculative work such as "The Battlefield."
Essays include a series on two of Webb's oldest loves: wrestling and Sherlock Holmes. Combined with several pieces of microfiction, this... [click here for more]
An original novel, with spot illustrations, that teams up Kolchak, Johnny Dollar, Boston Blackie, Candy Matson, Pat Novak, Blackshirt, Lai Wan, and Jack Hagee, and Mr Keen all in one great adventure!
In the final days of WW2, a sinister plan to defeat the allies using black sorcery orig price thwarted, only to be resurrected today in a form even more terrible than before. Now, over six turbulent... [click here for more]
A VAMPIRE IN ZOMBIELAND Coburn's been dead now for close to a century, but seeing as how he's a vampire and all, it doesn't much bother him. Or at least it didn't, not until he awoke from a forced five-year slumber to discover that most of human civilization was now dead - but not dead like him, oh no. See, Coburn likes blood. The rest of the walking dead, they like flesh. He's smart. Them, not... [click here for more]
From the battle-torn skies over World War I France to the corridors of alien prisoner-of-war satellites, the opium dens of exotic Victorian Shanghai to the living rooms of suburban America, the zombies rise up. Some crave revenge. Others hunger for the brains of the living. All are driven by desires they can neither control nor understand...
Edited by James Lowder, The Book of Final Flesh presents... [click here for more]
The dead have risen. God help the living.
It's too late to run. The zombies are everywhere. They stalk through urban jungles and across the carefully manicured lawns of suburbia, shudder to unlife on the bloodiest battlefields of the Civil War and in the deepest tunnels of far-flung interstellar mining colonies. They lurk on your street, in your company's boardroom, in your own bedroom. And they hunger.... [click here for more]
Delve into the Necronomicon, a spellbinding tribute to H.P. Lovecraft and his everlasting Cthulhu mythos. This epic concept album features a mixture of exotic orchestrations, dark fantasy themes, Egyptian and Middle-Eastern melodies, eerie voices and otherworldly chants-a powerful and sinister soundtrack to evoke your darkest nightmare. This item is available as a full-album download only. Tracks... [click here for more]
A wide-ranging and friendly journey through H.P. Lovecraft’s tales of cosmic terror and wonder, Tour de Lovecraft: The Tales provides the ideal companion to the work of the twentieth century’s greatest American horrorist.
Kenneth Hite turns his game designer’s eye on the structures and connections of Lovecraft’s stories, revealing the threads and themes running between them. Hite... [click here for more]
This is the future of horror!
Editor Jonathan Oliver, fast becoming the most exciting new anthologist of the weird and horrific, here brings together three of his award-winning anthologies for Solaris. Here are House of Fear, Magic and End of the Road, showcasing forty-nine stories by the most important and ground-breaking names in genre fiction, including
AUDREY NIFFENEGGER • CHRISTOPHER... [click here for more]
Stories in the Ether is a quarterly story telling anthology of fantasy, steampunk, and science fiction short stories from Nevermet Press.
This issue features 12 compelling works including:
Iron Butterfly, by Marie AndrewsBrick Jackson Returns to the Land that Time Forgot, by Ian ToltzUnfamiliar Territory, by Gary WatkinsCruise of the Lightship Venture, by Sevan TaylorThe... [click here for more]
Fear the full moon; for on that day of lunacy the wrath of the werewolves is unleashed.
For thousands of years, from the depths of the dark forests to the dimly lit city streets, these beasts have stalked us from the shadows. This book is the only thing standing between humanity and an overwhelming horde of lycanthropes.
It reveals the huge variety of werewolf types, including viral, shamanic, and... [click here for more]
A monster/horror prose fiction anthology featuring our favorite ferocious and furry fiends, werewolves! The blood will run red in the dead of night as both horror-fiction and comic book writers alike unite to bring you an unlucky 13 chilling tales of howling horror.
With stories by Elaine Bergstrom, Tom DeFalco, Dave Dorman, Clay Griffith, William R. Halliar, C.J. Henderson, David Michelinie, Christopher... [click here for more]
Published by Ronin Arts, sold under permission by Atomic Overmind Press
He has exposed The Cainite Heresy, and dug up the Secrets of the Ruined Temple. He has broadcast the Suppressed Transmissions, and ventured through Infinite Worlds. Now, horror heresiarch Kenneth Hite, the author of GURPS Horror 3rd Edition and Nightmares of... [click here for more]