Techno-Goth Cthulhu Date Set for End of April; So It Goes Reviewed on Amazon

Two quick notes.  Today’s email brought an announcement from Editor Mark Crittenden that TECHNO-GOTH CTHULHU (cf. April 21, et al.) is now officially aiming for a release by Red Skies Press at the end of this month.  These will be stories informed by “the Cthulhu mythos, with a Cyber-goth/Cyber-punk slant . . . futuristic, post-apocalyptic, modern, old-world, parallel universe . . . the more boundless and strange the better.”  My story in this is perhaps more associational than some, set in my own universe of the “Tombs,” a far-future dying Earth, but one upon which — who knows? — there may be some stain of Cthulhu as well.  But find out for yourself for updates if any within the remaining not-quite-a-week, as well as for links as soon as they go live to Amazon, Amazon UK, and Createspace, by pressing here.

Then the word has come out that Eric J. Guignard, who we’ve met before as the editor of AFTER DEATH (see April 17, et al.), has one of two reviews up at this time on Amazon for SO IT GOES (see also April 9, et al.).  Both give the book five stars out of five and Eric’s goes on to offer brief glosses on seven favorite stories, one of which (ahem) is my “Dead Girls, Dying Girls” (“. . . a bit absurd, but that is to be expected by the very theme of the book.”).  To see for yourself, with other info from Amazon, check here.

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