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Tabletop RPG Review: Trail of Cthulhu

Way back when I first started getting into tabletop roleplaying games, “Call of Cthulhu” was one that fascinated me.  It was even before I’d read Lovecraft’s work.   516 more words

Book Review

Quote for Today: H.P. Lovecraft

Children will always be afraid of the dark, and men with minds sensitive to hereditary impulse will always tremble at the thought of the hidden and fathomless worlds of strange life which may pulsate in the gulfs beyond the stars, or press hideously upon our own globe in unholy dimensions which only the dead and the moonstruck can glimpse. 14 more words

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Impossible Memories, Ghost Riders and the Great Race of Yith.

Funny how things go. The very first short story I ever submitted was accepted (I’ve had plenty of rejections since then) and has finally been printed! 199 more words

Horror Convention: Reanimation

The concept of the dead returning to life is ancient, leading all the way back to the cave. Of course this was in a supernatural sense – the revenant, the zombie, the vampire, creatures caught between this world and the next. 380 more words

Review: The End Is All We See by M.F. Wahl and A.J. Brown

In The End Is All We See, authors M.F. Wahl and A.J. Brown offer two finely crafted tales of what this reviewer would term “environmental horror.” Here the settings themselves are the antagonists, pitting the characters against natural threats – both the elemental and the alien. 306 more words

Spring Break Read: The Fold


A little while ago I wrote a post about the one book you should read if you only read one book (check it out… 856 more words