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Once you creep between the covers of this tome, you will see The Old Ones et al walk the multidimensional hallowed halls of horror. Head Master, editor Lester Smith, has included 44 different authors including himselfmost of whom have more than one work included.
This collection offers a maddening array of poems and fiction—from the humorous to the truly horrific! In addition to haiku or Cthulhuku as its title suggests, there are a host of other forms; there are also some with chilling rhyme screams—I mean, schemes.
If this is your first step through the Lovecraftian portal, you will definitely come away—if you survive intact—with a sense of boundless mystery and yes, with more than a touch of madness. Please refrain, however, from informing the new pledges that once they move into the Miskatonic dorm tower, there will be no forwarding address.
So many stole my breath, then pinned me against that starless night. When the stars emerged at last, they pierced me as with a sacrificial blade! Go ahead … I dare you to input that URL! Looking to sharpen your intellect? The recently departed Stephen M.
Heed the warning of this cautionary tale! If your lover goes missing while conducting research at the Miskatonic University Library, just let him or her go.
Then again, you may never be lonely again if you decide to pursue the issue. The Edible Zoo by David C. For ages 8 and up. We went to catch a monkey, It's what we had to do, We were feeling hungry For some monkey stew!
Fortunately, illustrations by Valerie Bodell clarify the slightly wicked undertones, as a huge-mouthed boy is set to take a big bite of horsetail sandwich. Culinary gem, I like to nibble now and then, On freeze-dried chips of aardvark dipped, In cheesy spread with cognac sipped.
And because the book contains references to eating what might be considered beloved pets, parents and children eight and older will probably enjoy this more than the younger crowd; then, too, boys will giggle over the idea of eating grilled lion possibly more than girls will.
Sadly, the full scope of this enterprise is rarely realised, with most publishers preferring to release digital clones of paper editions.
The use of hypertext is a concise way to delineate between downloads and hardcopies, and with her new book Endoma, J.
Rainey takes full advantage of hypertext to produce a publication that is designed in every way to only work in electronic form. Rainey begins by building the world of Endoma, a giant habitat where the human race now dwells as a merging of technology and flesh. With an eerie blend of sci-fi, fantasy and horror, she describes characters and gives them stories to tell.
Endoma is a sum of its parts, an epic poem for the cyber world that is designed to be experienced. As standalone pieces, none of the poems truly work without the hypertext leading you to some tale or explanation imbedded into the whole.
The book is available as a free download from Knitting Guns Press, who encourages us to share the adventure, and share again. And we should take time to do so. With its many prompts and ambiguities within the text, I suspect Rainey has created more ways to read Endoma than I have fingers and toes.
Earth, water, fire, and air—the four elements have permeated philosophy and the fantastic since the dawn of the human race. And when four poets like these, who have a few awards and a ridiculous number of publications between them, decide to get together, then the resulting book has a lot to live up to.
Sticking their fingers into all areas of the SpecFic pie, it seems, Jacob, Simon, Graves, and Addison have gathered a collection that not only lives up to expectation, but also lets the imagination fly within the realms of Earth, Water, Fire, and Air.
Collected Poems by Michael A. Everything you need for a cozy night, except the guy with the hatchet. Mike is the coolest creative writing teacher you wish you had, except for the fact that you went to a state college where it turned out that you had already published more than the professor … but I digress.
The term merits wider usage, methinks. Your past becomes legend far too quickly.The Case Of The Bloody Iris. The Case of the Bloody Iris is a Italy mystery thriller by Giuliano Carnimeo (as Anthony Ascott).
Starring Edwige Fenech, George Hilton and Paola Quattrini. Among science fiction stories with space flight, the overwhelming majority are about combat, both between spacecraft and between futuristic ground troops.
By common consent his BBC Half Hour was the pinnacle of early TV comedy. The best of the scripts provided Tony Hancock with a brilliant foil for his comic genius. thoughts on “ Camping Trip Gone Wrong ” mb_eratosthenes May 31, at am. Okay, so this is words over the limit, but I had a lot to say anyway, I would love lots .
Because his identity was never determined, and why he did the murders has been one mystery many people want to solve. Has Jack killed before the ’s? No one really knows for sure really.
According to timberdesignmag.com, they say “It is generally accepted today that Jack the Ripper had five victims. ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK () - Right off the bat, I could see that this Italy/Spain co-production was going to be a very interesting giallo flick.
It stars a cast of giallo pros, it's directed by the man who made my favorite giallo film of all time (TORSO - ; the majority of his films have never let me down) and it begins with one of the most surreal dream sequences I have seen in.