My latest short story is out in both physical and digital and is included in ‘Urban Temples of Cthulhu – Modern Mythos Anthology’ by the First United Church of Cthulhu. It includes my short “Along the Shore of Old Ridge” which takes place in my yet to be named universe of shorts which also includes “The Lost” which was published online and “The Dig” which was included in Ill-considered Expeditions: Short Sharp Shocks Volume 3 and “A Heartbeat In The Darkness” which I co-wrote with Kerry Lipp and was included in ‘State Of Horror: North Carolina‘. While it doesn’t contain the same characters, the setting will be familiar as I build more on this little world that I’ve been creating.
Here’s the down and dirty on the anthology as well as who is in it:
In the dark recesses of the world’s cities lie the hidden altars and secret cathedrals dedicated to the blasphemous beings from out of space and time. And they want in!
Features the work of prominent horror authors, many already with published Cthulhu Mythos material.
The First United Church of Cthulhu is the only real and legally recognized nonprofit religious organization whose faith is based on the Cthulhu Mythos and the visions of our mad prophet H. P. Lovecraft. Find the church at FUCC.IT
Table of Contents:
“Little Gods” by James Pratt
“Sects and the Single Girl” by Steven A. Roman
“The Kings in Rebel Yellow” by Khurt Khave
“The Face of God Within” by Brian H. Seitzman
“The Black Metal of Derek Zann” by Aaron Besson
“Cosmic Cavity; or, the Mouth of Man” by Carl R. Jennings
“Along the Shore of Old Ridge” by Stuart Conover
“Sleep Talking” by Jeff C. Stevenson
“Matriarch of Skid Row” by M. C. Bluhm
“Uncle Lovecraft: The Complete Oral History” by David Acord
“Strange Communion” by Allen Griffin
“Death in the Sunset” by Guy Riessen
“The Abomination of St. Jude” by David F. Gray
“Flesh-Bound Shadow Sun” by M. S. Swift
“Doorstepping” by Kelda Crich
“Saturday Night at the Esoteric Order of Dagon” by Jill Hand
“City of our Lady, Queen of the Angels,
Virgin Mother of a Thousand Young” by Kevin Wetmore
“Warm Red Sea” by Jaap Boekestein
You can pick it up on Amazon today!