Ghost Ship, Techno-Goth Cthulhu Now In Print

“. . . And ye shall know them by their cosmic signs, etched in the path of elder stars. Be ever vigilant, for they will rise again in future centuries. Their father is Cthulhu, and their mother is Biotech.”

— So say the Techno-Goths

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My entry, “Ghost Ship” (cf. April 24, 21, et al.), is set in my own far future “Tombs” universe (dying Earth, an expanding sun adding increasing, stifling heat to millennia of  pollution and mutation — what fun!), but direct ties to the Cthulhu Mythos or not, the feeling to me fitted in with Editor Mark Crittenden’s original call for “a very strong horror element and the concept of dystoopia. . . .  Your story may take place in any setting:  futuristic, post-apocalyptic, modern, old-world, parallel universe . . . the more boundless and strange the better.”  So will it pass muster?  Now you have the chance to find out.  Yesterday afternoon Red Skies Press’s latest anthology, TECHNO-GOTH CTHULHU, went up for sale officially on Createspace, with links added today for Amazon and Amazon UK.  Just click their names to see for yourself and, hopefully, buy a copy to read.

And, if you like “Ghost Ship,” three other “Tombs” stories are set to appear in THE TEARS OF ISIS (ha, thought I couldn’t sneak a commercial for this one in too?), out from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing in just over two weeks:  “Mara’s Room,” “River Red,” and, original to the collection, “The Ice Maiden.”  More information will appear here as it becomes available.

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