This week, a lonely man undergoes a strange transformation in a new story from Gary Murphy. Illara and Carter Ward go for a quick trip into space in the latest episode of Gregory KH Bryant’s space opera. Sinister secrets are discovered in a skip in Steve Laker’s tale. We are also privileged to host an excerpt from John C Adams’s novel Souls for the Master (featuring characters also seen in the short story by the same author featured last week).
HP Lovecraft speaks of the horrors of Cool Air. MR James is on the trail of The Treasure Of Abbot Thomas, while J Sheridan Le Fanu tells us of The Murdered Cousin. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Captain Nemo disapproves of whaling, while in the Witch Wood, the plague comes to Woodilee.
—Gavin Chappell


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Sword and sorcery in the aeon of Cthulhu Rising!

The sciences, each straining in its own direction, have hitherto harmed us little; but some day the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality, and of our frightful position therein, that we shall either go mad from the revelation or flee from the light into the peace and safety of a new dark age.
So saith Lovecraft.
Picture a future Earth, a savage world where science has been jettisoned in favour of primitive superstition, where technology has become the idol of a new religion. A world where the truth of Cthulhu has been revealed, where a lunatic humanity has learnt its true insignificance—the punchline in a cosmic joke. A new dark age has descended upon a world that has learnt too much. Science and superstition and the sorcery of the Mad Arab create a world where only the strong survive, and barbarian warriors battle for survival in a bleak and pitiless universe…
Science fantasy tales of dying earths, of low tech dystopias, of medieval post-apocalyptic worlds—all with a Cthulhu Mythos slant—will be welcome in this anthology.

—Gavin Chappell.
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