Historical Lovecraft: Presale Discount of 20%


The anthology Historical Lovecraft features 26 tales of horror. Stalin’s Russia, 10th century Rome and Neolithic Mesopotamia are just some of the backdrops before which madness and history collide. It launches officially on April 20 and we’ve organized a presale with a 20% discount for early bird buyers.

Historical Lovecraft’s paperback retail price is $14.99 USD , $16.99 CAD and £11 GBP. With the early-bird discount, you pay $11.99 USD,  $13.59 CAD or  £8.8 GBP (plus shipping). Customers outside …

IFPHistorical Lovecraft: Presale Discount of 20%

Historical Lovecraft: Free Sample

They come. From across time and the world, 26 tales of horror. Stalin’s Russia, 10th century Rome and Neolithic Mesopotamia are just some of the backdrops before which madness and history collide.

Today, we bring you a sample story from the anthology Historical Lovecraft. Set in Ancient Egypt, “If Only to Taste Her Again” is a short, sweet bite of danger in Pharaoh Hatshepsut’s court. Author E. Catherine Tobler’s short fiction has appeared in Fantasy Magazine, Realms of

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Historical Lovecraft: Early PDF Review Copies

Historical Lovecraft, featuring 26 stories of horror through time, will be released on April 20. A limited number of print review copies will be sent out next month. However, we are offering you a chance to read a PDF version of it in advance.

Bloggers or reviewers interested in obtaining PDF copies should contact us and indicate the blog or website where the review would appear.

Historical Lovecraft is divided into three sections: Ancient History, Middle Ages and Modern …

IFPHistorical Lovecraft: Early PDF Review Copies

Submissions: Future Lovecraft

Rough cover. Illustration is by German artist Markus Vogt

Future Lovecraft will open to submissions for short stories and poetry from May 1 to June 30, 2011. Do not send any submissions before this date. Yes, we mean it.

The anthology will be available in print and as an e-book, and is edited by the eldritch duo of Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Paula R. Stiles.

What We Want

Lovecraftian science fiction stories. ‘Lovecraftian’ can include Mythos elements, but we have a …

IFPSubmissions: Future Lovecraft

Welcome to Our Columnists

Innsmouth Free Press is adding a new line of cultists to its ranks, with five columnists joining our music, movie and Lovecraftian writing regulars. These folks will cover a much-neglected area of this site: comic books and video games. There is a vast amount of material to analyze in both these arenas, but we haven’t had the time to give it its proper due. Now, with these writers each taking a new and exciting beat, we hope we’ll be able …

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Read an E-Book Week: ‘Fraterfamilias’ For a Buck

Read an E-book Week runs March 6-12, 2011. To celebrate this event, we are discounting the urban fantasy thriller Fraterfamilias from its regular price of $3.99 to $1 at Smashwords.com. Just enter the coupon code RAE75 on checkout.

What is this book about? Recently deceased artist Paul Farrell is in trouble. And his suicide-by-cop didn’t make trouble go away. When Paul’s Russian paleoanthropologist brother steals the body, the Interpol and a NYPD homicide cop are back on the case. …

IFPRead an E-Book Week: ‘Fraterfamilias’ For a Buck

Fundraiser Joy

Thank you to everyone who donated or talked about our February fundraiser. We raised a total of $1165, which goes directly towards funding the zine and helping us with our operating costs.

Also a thank you to the people who provided prizes for donors: writer Orrin Grey, writer Joshua Reynolds, Tom English of Dead Letter Press, and Carrie Cuinn of Dagan Books.

We’ve drawn names out of a hat and the winners of the prizes are:

  • Joanna
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Editor Interview at The Authors Show

Today, our intrepid editor, Paula R. Stiles, is on the radio, being interviewed at The Authors Show. You can find this interview here all day today. I talk about my latest book, Fraterfamilias, the history behind it, how it was written, why it’s set before 9/11, and why my coauthor Judith Doloughan has first billing. Please come check it out. You could win a prize!

Listen to the interview and answer the following question: “What do the Templars have …

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February 2011 Recap

Wow! Now that’s what we call a busy month. Not only did we release our sixth fiction issue, it was also Fundraiser Month and Shivers and Sighs Week. All the articles, reviews and interviews, related to romance and horror published during this special celebration in honour of Valentine’s Day, can be found here.

Interviews

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Giveaway Winners

Congratulations to Scott Rassbach and Tracey, who won our Nina Bangs giveaway items! Shivers and Sighs Week was great fun.

Also congratulations to the three people who’ll get free copies of the urban fantasy Fraterfamilias: David Dells, Katherine Tomlinson and R.S. Hunter.

We hope you’ll keep coming back for more Innnsmouth goodness.…

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Innsmouth Fundraiser: Final Plea

The Innsmouth Free Press fundraiser is not going super-well. Last year, we made a little over $800. So far, we’ve made $400. This means we’ll end with less money this year, even though we have more readers. To meet our goal, we’ve considered sacrificing a staff member to Dagon in exchange for money (but Orrin refused to die), asking for a rich patron to sponsor us (turns out I have no rich relatives) and creating a Tyler of V Must …

IFPInnsmouth Fundraiser: Final Plea

Wanna a Free Book? Blog

We’ve got three print copies of the urban fantasy thriller Fraterfamilias. You can help yourself to one. With one condition: you’ve got to blog about it. Good, bad, indifferent, all we ask in exchange for one of these fine books is your blog post. Caveat: we’ll only ship to the United States or Canada.

The book, in a nutshell: recently deceased artist Paul Farrell is in trouble. And his suicide-by-cop didn’t make trouble go away. When Paul’s Russian paleoanthropologist …

IFPWanna a Free Book? Blog