Laws, Robin D., ed. Shotguns v. Cthulhu: Double-barreled Action in the Horrific World of H. P. Lovecraft. Stone Skin Press, 2013. 292 pp. USD $13.99 print; USD $6.99 Kindle. ISBN 978-1-908983-83-1.
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Davis, Amanda C. and Engelhardt, Megan. Wolves and Witches: A Fairy Tale Collection. World Weaver Press (February 15, 2013).
Wolves and Witches: A Fairy Tale Collection is a book of short stories and poetry by siblings Amanda C. Davis and Megan Engelhardt. It includes tales published in Goblin Fruit, Daily Science Fiction, and other venues, as well as new work.
These tales do have a dark bent, but Innsmouth readers looking for out-and-out horror …
Knights of Sidonia is a passable book. It does everything it needs to do. It tells a story using words and pictures. But it’s too much like eating a meal that does nothing more than leave you less hungry when you are done. There’s no flavor. No aesthetic experience.
This is my …
Campbell, Ramsey. Holes for Faces. Dark Regions Press (May 7, 2013).
Since this review is appearing on Innsmouth Free Press, I think it’s appropriate to begin it like this: I came to Ramsey Campbell by way of H.P. Lovecraft and the expanded world of the “Cthulhu Mythos.” Like many authors both before and after him, Mr. Campbell began his wonderful world of horror and