Mass Market Future Lovecraft, Dark of the Moon Received

Just a quick note that the Prime Books mass market edition of FUTURE LOVECRAFT has arrived, including my story “Dark of the Moon” (cf. July 15, May 8, et al.), with an “official” release date of July 31.  Available in its new edition from Amazon and Barnes and Noble (and possibly elsewhere), FUTURE LOVECRAFT’s original publication by Innsmouth Free Press was in December 2011.  “Dark of the Moon,” a tale of multinational lunar exploration and Russian mythology and how the twain meet, was itself originally published in THE CHILDREN OF CTHULHU by Del Rey in 2002.

  1. Nice going, Jim. You won’t want to mingle with the low life’s who never had their work in a mass market paperback (like me) anymore, huh!

  2. I dunno. They’re calling it a mass market pb but the dimensions are a lot like a trade edition, not small enough for a jacket pocket, so maybe it’s all a matter or proportion. However, I think Amazon does have copies selling for just under $10 (although shipping costs have to be added to that). If truly mass market, I suppose it ought to get on the shelves of bookstores too, for however short a couple of weeks.

    Actually, though, I’ve been in several “real” (that is, smaller size) mass market books before, one of the earliest maybe being Tom Monteleone’s BORDERLANDS II from (I think) Avon Books back around the early ’90s. 😉

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