The latest installment of my Teeming Brain column "Echoes from Hades" is now online. Entitled "Coins for the Ferryman: Horror as the Key to Our Dark Inner Depths" I examine the interesting, if occasionally dysfunctional, relationship between critical theory and Horror.
The new column may be read here. As always, I am indebted to the Teeming Brain's mastermind Matt Cardin for his insights and continual support.
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My 2009 collection The Darkly Splendid Realm was released for Halloween 2009 by one of my favourite publishers on the planet, Dark Regions Press. It was initially published in three editions: a Deluxe slipcased edition, a Limited Edition hardcover, and a trade paperback edition.
Move ahead to May 2013 and we have a book that is now very close to becoming but a memory. Yes, The Darkly Splendid Realm is almost entirely sold out. As of this posting there are less than twenty Limited Edition hardcovers left in stock and only nine trade paperbacks. This is your final opportunity to own a book that is very dear to me. The book features thirteen tales of supernatural Horror, as well as an Introduction by the one and only Laird Barron and stunning cover art by legendary weird artist Harry O. Morris.
Once these copies are gone, they are gone. I urge any interested readers to venture here and purchase from the last handful of copies before this book returns to the darkness from whence it came...