The Altar In The Hills and Other Weird Tales

The Altar In The Hills and Other Weird Tales

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ISBN-13: 9780615933597
Publisher: Raven Warren Studios
Publication date: 11/04/2013
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Brandon Barrows lives in the shadow-haunted hills of Vermont, the last bastion of Lovecraft's New England, with his wife and a pair of elder spawn cats, writing comic books, prose and poetry. His detective comic series JACK HAMMER is published by Action Lab Comics and VOYAGA, a science fiction graphic novel, was published by AAM/ Markosia, both with art by Ionic. His horror one-shot RED RUN was published by Alterna Comics, and he has contributed to the New York Times-bestselling anthology FUBAR from FUBAR Press. He has also had comics work published by or forthcoming from such other publishers as 215 Ink, Reasonably Priced Comics, Fan- Atic Press, Grim Crew, Monsterverse Entertainment and more. His prose work has appeared in the book anthologies Whispers from the Abyss from 01 Publishing and Another 100 Horrors from Cruentus Libri Press as well as magazines/ webzines such as Sorcerous, Mystic Signals, Fiction365, Voluted Tales, One-Forty Fiction, The Were-Traveler, Linguistic Erosion, Daily Love and others. His poetry has appeared in magazines such as FrostFire Worlds and multiple issues of Scifaikuest, including being chosen as the featured poet of the February 2014 issue. Find more at www.brandonbarrowscomics.com and for daily updates follow him at https:// www.twitter.com/brandonbarrows.

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The Altar In The Hills and Other Weird Tales 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great new, Lovecraftian-style weird tales. Stories range from mystery/horror to modern (and even a little funny) as well as a dark, very-personal-feeling short fantasy story about just leaving the whole world behind. It caps off with a GREAT story about Nikola Tesla. Tying him into the Lovecraftian Mythos is brilliant, imo. Very much recommended.
hermitbear More than 1 year ago
A haunting collection of stories that are thoroughly Lovecraftian (in the best sense of that word) while still having a unique voice. Two very strong stories bookend the collection: the title story, The Altar in the Hills (a magnificent blend of folk horror and cosmic horror), and the end story, Through the Ether, in which Nikola Tesla experiences a breakthrough into an otherworldly realm. In between those two stories are shorter stories, some of them only a few pages long but still richly developed. I'm looking forward to reading more by Brandon Barrows.