Nick Mamatas (Author) Jesse Bullington (Author)
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- Decades, centuries, and even thousands of years in the future: the horrors inspired by Lovecraft do not know the limits of time...or space. Journey through this anthology of science fiction stories and poems inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Listen to the stars that whisper and drive a crew mad. Worship the Tloque Nahuaque as he overtakes Mexico City. Slip into the court of the King in Yellow. Walk through the streets of a very altered Venice. Stop to admire the beauty of the flesh-dolls in the window. Fly through space in the shape of a hungry, malicious comet. Swim in the drug-induced haze of a jellyfish. Struggle to survive in a Martian gulag whose landscape isn't quite dead. But, most of all, fear the future!
July 31, 2012
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.9 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
Nick Mamatas is the author of several novels, including The Last Weekend and I Am Providence. His short fiction has appeared in Best American Mystery Stories, Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy, and many other anthologies and magazines. Nick's previous anthologies include the Bram Stoker Award-winner Haunted Legends (co-edited with Ellen Datlow) and The Locus Award nominees The Future is Japanese and Hanzai Japan (both co-edited with Masumi Washington). Nick's editorial work has also been nominated for the Hugo and World Fantasy awards. He resides in the California Bay Area.
JESSE BULLINGTON is the author of three weird historical novels: THE SAD TALE OF THE BROTHERS GROSSBART, THE ENTERPRISE OF DEATH, and THE FOLLY OF THE WORLD. Under the pen name Alex Marshall he recently completed the Crimson Empire trilogy; the first book, A CROWN FOR COLD SILVER, was shortlisted for the James Tiptree, Jr. Award.
Mari Ness spent much of her life wandering the world and reading. This, naturally, trained her to do just one thing: write. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous print and online publications, including Tor.com, Clarkesworld, Lightspeed, Fireside, Apex Magazine, Daily Science Fiction, Nightmare, Strange Horizons, Uncanny, and Fantasy. Tor.com has featured several of her essay series, including On Fairy Tales, The Disney Read-Watch (short listed for a Stabby Award) The Pixar Rewatch, and Travels Through Fairyland (a reread/study of all 40 of the original Oz books, plus related material.) Her poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling, Dwarf Stars and Elgin Awards.
Mexican by birth, Canadian by inclination. Silvia Moreno-Garcia is the author of a number of critically acclaimed novels, including Gods of Jade and Shadow (Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, Ignyte Award), Mexican Gothic (Locus Award, Pacific Northwest Book Award, Goodreads Award), and others. She has edited several anthologies, including She Walks in Shadows (World Fantasy Award winner, published in the USA as Cthulhu's Daughters). Silvia is the publisher of Innsmouth Free Press. She co-edited the horror magazine The Dark with Sean Wallace from 2017 to 2020. She's a columnist for The Washington Post. She has an MA in Science and Technology Studies from the University of British Columbia. Her thesis can be read online and is titled "Magna Mater: Women and Eugenic Thought in the Work of H.P. Lovecraft." She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.