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Wilson, Gahan 2012 First edition. 240 p. 1st Limited Edition hardcover from Fedogan and Bremer, 2012. SIGNED BY 12 CONTRIBUTORS! 1 of 100 such numbered copies in slipcase. ... NEW, UNREAD IN DJ AND CASE. Gaham Wilson jacket, Tim Kirk interior art (both sign, as well as Price and nine others). Read more Show Less

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Lovecraftians skeptical about the quality of stories derived from his mythos of cosmic horror are in for a pleasant surprise in this anthology from Lovecraft scholar Price (Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos). As Price notes in his introduction, the use of a "check list of unpronounceable names and magical grimoires" isn't enough to make a story an effective continuation of Lovecraft's grim horror. In fact, such slavish pastiches are often the least successful. Of the 11 entries, the two by Will Murray stand head and tentacles above the rest. "The Arcade" opens with an effectively subdued description of "the dead drowned towns" of Massachusetts as well as of a mystic grove consisting of an archway of interlacing American elms before recounting the fate of Remembrance Tyler, a settler taken by an Indian tribe who was seen walking those woods decades after her death. "Evacuation Day" features a naïf who ventures into the notorious town of Innsmouth on the worse day of the year. Darrell Schweitzer also especially impresses with "Envy, the Gardens of Ynath, and the Sin of Cain," a tale inspired by "The Whisperer in Darkness." (Oct.)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780985152215
  • Publisher: Fedogan & Bremer
  • Publication date: 10/31/2012
  • Pages: 258

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  • Posted November 26, 2012

    Good to see Fedogan & Bremer back in the tentacled saddle wi

    Good to see Fedogan & Bremer back in the tentacled saddle with an anthology of excellent stories and art by two of the masters of the field in Gahan Wilson and Tim Kirk. Looking forward already to their next production.

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