Just a reminder: you have until May 15th to pre-order Phileas Fogg & the War of Shadows, my authorized sequel to Philip Jose Farmer‘s seminal novel, The Other Log of Phileas Fogg. And since I don’t go to many conventions, this is probably your only chance to get a signed copy of this one.
Some time ago, my friend and fellow raconteur Derrick Ferguson and I sat down to write a book together. You might recall Derrick talking about that over at his site. If not, you really should. It’s a good story. The book is also good, and, even better, it’s now available for you to buy, courtesy of Airship 27 and Pulpwork Press. The press release is below. (more…)
This week sees the release of April Moon Books freshman anthology, The Dark Rites of Cthulhu. Ably edited by Brian M. Sammons, and including authors such as William Meikle, Peter Rawlik, Dark Rites is a fantastic selection of stories of depravity, sorcery and madness. My contribution, “Dead Man’s Tongue”, includes all three! (more…)
I have been sitting on this for months now. Months! But now, finally, I can talk about it. ‘It’ being Phileas Fogg & the War of Shadows! And just what might that be, you ask? Well, read on and find out! (more…)
The Royal Occultist Primer is an introduction to the world of Charles St. Cyprian, the Royal Occultist. St. Cyprian and his assistant, Ebe Gallowglass. St. Cyprian and Gallowglass have appeared in close to thirty short stories, as well as a novel and several audio adventures. The Primer was first released in 2012. It has now been updated, with cover art, additional stories and extras. (more…)
The Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse Anthology, Damocles, is now available for preorder via the Black Library site. I contributed one of the quartet of novellas that make up the book, alongside the likes of Phil Kelly, Ben Counter and Guy Haley, and it marks my fourth, and longest, visit to the grim darkness of the far future. (more…)
So, this is a thing for which you can donate money to see happen, and, well, why wouldn’t you? A lineup of splendiferous authors, with phantasmagorically fantastic interior illustrations, all about Lovecraft’s malevolent menagerie of monstrosities mashed up with military maneuvers from Marathon to Metz.