Techno-Goth Cthulhu Call for Artists; Torn Realities 15% Discount

Still sifting through things not quite done while I was away, of which two items (well, actually three):  Mark Crittenden, editor of TECHNO-GOTH CTHULHU (see August 20, March 3), has put out a call for artists for interior illustrations.  To quote from the horse’s mouth, “Hello artists of the world. I am looking for black and white illustration images that you think would be suitable for TECHNO-GOTH CTHULHU.  We are looking for haunting images representational of a dark future where technology looms as a threatening power.  Traditional Lovecraft-inspired images are fine as well, but something with a hint of futuristic horror stands a better chance.  There is no payment, but we offer exposure of your art in an attractive horror volume that will appear on Amazon and Amazon UK.  We ask for first print rights, all rights thereafter revert to the artist.  Please get your images to me by December 1st, 2012. Submit images in jpg. format in 300 dpi resolution to mceditormc@gmail.com.  Thank you!“

Judging from the editor’s previous DREAMS OF DUALITY (April 10, et al.), I think this will be a memorable volume.  General information on TECHNO-GOTH CTHULHU, which will include my own offering “Ghost Ship,” is on the publisher’s website, for which press here.   Mark also notes that there is one update to the contents list, a change of title for his own story to “False Awakenings,” as well as that he’s currently aiming for a mid-December release date.

Then I received a note from Editor Paul Anderson to the effect that the anthology TORN REALITIES (cf. July 19, et al.) is now available at a 15-percent discounted price from Amazon.  Ordering/more information is available here.  My story in this one is “The Calm,” the tale of a lost village in the Taconic Mountains and why the wind is sometimes one’s friend.

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  1. Thanks for the update, Jim!




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