Innsmouth Free Press releases several high-quality anthologies and novels during the year, available in print and as e-books. See our catalogue for all titles.
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Three new novelettes inspired by Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, set against the background of the Roaring Twenties. Fiction by Jennifer Brozek, A.D. Cahill and Orrin Grey. Journey to Kansas City, the “Paris of the Plains,” a city of glamor and sin where cults, secret societies and music intermingle. Visit Assam, India, where a British dilettante wakes up one morning covered in bruises and welts, with a dead man in her bed and no memory of what happened in the last 24 hours. Her only clue is a trashed invitation to the exclusive Black Ram Club. Relax on the resort island of Pomptinia, an Italian enclave of wealthy socialites, expats and intellectuals. But beware - the sea conceals dark secrets. More info →
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THIS VILE TOME collects thirteen blasphemous tales of a certain scribe named Nick Mamatas. Warning: May contain shoggoths, martial arts, weirdness, Nyarlathotep, fish people from Innsmouth, and copious literary references. With an introduction by Orrin Grey and a bevy of disturbing alchemical illustrations by GMB Chomichuk. Side effects may include hallucinations and a steep descent into insanity. More info →
The year is nineteen-sixty-something, and after endless millennia of watery sleep, the stars are finally right. Old R'lyeh rises out of the Pacific, ready to cast its damned shadow over the primitive human world. The first to see its peaks: an alcoholic, paranoid, and frightened Jack Kerouac, who had been drinking off a nervous breakdown up in Big Sur. More info →
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It’s difficult being a nearly immortal shaman … especially when the cops have their sights on you. Two brothers have clung to the shadows of history, hiding their true nature. That is, until Paul Michel Farrell’s impulsive revenge killing in Paris ended with his being gunned down and taken to the morgue in New York. It also landed his brother Alan Kedward, an ancient shaman now masquerading as a paleoanthropologist, in hot water when he stole the corpse. Now the freshly resuscitated Paul has assumed a new name and escaped west, while Alan lies in a hospital bed. He won’t stay there long. The cops are growing suspicious about Alan’s true identity. Alan is losing his grip on reality. Paul is lying low. Meanwhile, the Man In Black inches closer and closer, intent on capturing Alan, who escaped his grip centuries before. That won’t happen again – or will it? Confraternitas, sequel to urban fantasy novel Fraterfamilias, weaves together shamanism, cops and the secrets of two men who once gazed at fresh cave paintings and lived through the Middle Ages. More info →
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Poison is in everything, and no thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a remedy. This collection of 18 speculative stories, including three never found in print before, explores the meaning of love, and, of course, of poison. More info →