Demonstra has a Fishy Cover


Our upcoming poetry collection Demonstra now has a snazzy cover for its paperback edition. If you participated in Bryan’s Kickstarter for the illustrated edition, the cover for that one will be different and will contain, of course, illustrations.

At any rate, behold the beauty of Demonstra and our giant fish.

In the depths, half-hidden under still waters, await strange and vicious creatures ….

Cthulhu, Godzilla and nagas mingle in Demonstra, a speculative poem collection which assembles 20 years of …

IFPDemonstra has a Fishy Cover

Donations are Good for the Soul…and for Cthulhu

Canadian money. Image: Xiaozhuli. Creative Commons.

Innsmouth Free Press survives thanks to our book sales and donations. Sadly, so far this year, we haven’t had many donations. In past years, we’ve run small fundraisers to get the $1,500 or so dollars that help us operate. We don’t want to consider a formal fundraiser, yet, but we thought we might ask if you’d consider donating a few dollars to help Innsmouth stay healthy.

We know times are tough, but every penny helps us create and maintain awesome …

IFPDonations are Good for the Soul…and for Cthulhu

Giveaway: “Stitches,” an Irish horror-comedy

IFPGiveaway: “Stitches,” an Irish horror-comedy

Sword and Mythos Opens to Submissions

The Sword and Mythos anthology opens to submissions today, closing February 15, 2013. Sword and Mythos is an anthology paying professional rates (5 cents per word), looking for short fiction of up to 5,000 words that combines the pulp genres of Cthulhu Mythos with sword and sorcery. Stories can be sent in English, French, or Spanish. Cover artwork (right) is by Nacho Molina Parra.

We want tales that combine any element of the Cthulhu Mythos (creatures such as shoggoths, characters …

IFPSword and Mythos Opens to Submissions

Happy New Year!

This year, we’ve got some changes in format coming at Innsmouth Free Press. First up, we’re switching to a columns-only format for our regular nonfiction. The TV reviews and such will continue in their usual format, but under the authors’ column headings. So, for example, J. Keith Haney will continue to review Grimm as part of his column, so look for those reviews under his heading.

Also, you may have noticed that we have been introducing news for books and …

IFPHappy New Year!