My friend and colleague Chris Pramas is publishing an anthology of new dark fantasy stories by seventeen authors, one of whom is me. It’s a benefit project to raise money for Chris’s spinal surgery, which includes the implantation of a piece of bone from a human cadaver. (Science!) There are a lot of terrific writers involved including Robin D. Laws, Matt Forbeck, Jess Lebow, James Wallis, and may more. It should be a great book. Please take a look.
Cadaver Bone is a dark fantasy fiction anthology from an all-star writing team. Proceeds will help fund game designer and author Chris Pramas's spinal surgery.
The Providence Athenaeum Library is now the home for this beautiful bronze bust of the town’s most squamous son, H.P. Lovecraft. Congratulations to Bryan Moore for making this happen and sculpting such a great depiction of the old gentleman. And I’m very proud to see my name on the big bronze plaque of patrons. Happy birthday, Howard.
New deal from Bundle of Holding includes Ken Hite’s superlative book Tour de Lovecraft!
I’m very pleased that The Unspeakable Oath has won an ENnie Award at this year’s GenCon. It’s been twenty-three years since I founded the Oath but this award is really the work of one person: Shane Ivey, who picked up the mantle of editor-in-chief and has done nothing but great work ever since. The gaming industry is better for having the Oath in it, but it is even better for having Shane.
The Unspeakable Oath launched with a centerpiece article by John Tynes (now John Scott Tynes) about the "Hastur Mythos" of Robert W. Chambers. Tynes was affected deeply by Chambers' stories of otherworldly Carcosa and the dreaded King in Yellow. He…