weirdletter:

Songs of the Satyrs, edited by Aaron J. French, Angelic Knight Press, 2014. Cover Design by Gary Mc Cluskey, info: angelicknightpress.com – amazon."From Dark Discoveries editor Aaron J. French, the man who brought you Monk Punk and The Shadow of the Unknown, comes Songs of the Satyrs, an anthology dedicated entirely to the robust creatures of earthly pleasures. Songs of the Satyrs is a collection containing 20 short stories from distinctive new voices in horror as well as such notable authors as David Farland (a.k.a. David Wolverton; New York Times best-selling author), Rhys Hughes, Mark Valentine, W. H. Pugmire, and John Langan, with an introduction by Gene O’Neill. Contains mature content." 
Contents: INTRODUCTION – Gene O’Neill TRAGÔIDIA – John Langan CASTING LOTS – Jodi Renée Lester FOUNDING FATHERS – K.H. Vaughan MONTFORT FARM – R. Christophe Ryber IN VINO VERITAS – Robert Harkess  FAIR WEATHER FROM THAT CRIMSON LAND – S.J. Hirons A SATYR ONCE… – David W. Landrum SHIP OF FOOLS – David Farland BLOOD & BEAUTY – Jeff Chapman WHEN THE FAUN FELL – Rhys Hughes SATYRDAY – David Wayne OPIATE OF THE LONELY ONE – Fel Kian UNMIXED WINE – John “JAM” Arthur Miller GAME PLAY – Dy Loveday LAYIN’ A BRODIE – J.S. Reinhardt WITCHCRAFT & DEVILRY – Bennie L. Newsome TO DANCE AMONG YOUR PUPPETS – W.H. Pugmire THE BRIGGS’ HILL PATH – Josh Reynolds GOAT SONGS – Mark Valentine UNCLE KANTZAROS – Iain Grant About the Authors About the Editor

My contribution, “The Briggs Hill Path”, features Harley Warren and Randolph Carter tackling a satyr-like spirit in a slightly raunchy and terrifying fashion.
If you’re interested in such things, it was inspired, in a roundabout fashion, by two songs: ‘Six Gun Gorgon Dynamo’ by the Darkest of the Hillside Thickets and ‘Daughter of the Glade’ by SJ Tucker (singing with Tricky Pixie). 

weirdletter:

Songs of the Satyrs, edited by Aaron J. French, Angelic Knight Press, 2014. Cover Design by Gary Mc Cluskey, info: angelicknightpress.comamazon.

"From Dark Discoveries editor Aaron J. French, the man who brought you Monk Punk and The Shadow of the Unknown, comes Songs of the Satyrs, an anthology dedicated entirely to the robust creatures of earthly pleasures. Songs of the Satyrs is a collection containing 20 short stories from distinctive new voices in horror as well as such notable authors as David Farland (a.k.a. David Wolverton; New York Times best-selling author), Rhys Hughes, Mark Valentine, W. H. Pugmire, and John Langan, with an introduction by Gene O’Neill. Contains mature content."

Contents:
INTRODUCTION – Gene O’Neill
TRAGÔIDIA – John Langan
CASTING LOTS – Jodi Renée Lester
FOUNDING FATHERS – K.H. Vaughan
MONTFORT FARM – R. Christophe Ryber
IN VINO VERITAS – Robert Harkess
FAIR WEATHER FROM THAT CRIMSON LAND – S.J. Hirons
A SATYR ONCE… – David W. Landrum
SHIP OF FOOLS – David Farland
BLOOD & BEAUTY – Jeff Chapman
WHEN THE FAUN FELL – Rhys Hughes
SATYRDAY – David Wayne
OPIATE OF THE LONELY ONE – Fel Kian
UNMIXED WINE – John “JAM” Arthur Miller
GAME PLAY – Dy Loveday
LAYIN’ A BRODIE – J.S. Reinhardt
WITCHCRAFT & DEVILRY – Bennie L. Newsome
TO DANCE AMONG YOUR PUPPETS – W.H. Pugmire
THE BRIGGS’ HILL PATH – Josh Reynolds
GOAT SONGS – Mark Valentine
UNCLE KANTZAROS – Iain Grant
About the Authors
About the Editor

My contribution, “The Briggs Hill Path”, features Harley Warren and Randolph Carter tackling a satyr-like spirit in a slightly raunchy and terrifying fashion.

If you’re interested in such things, it was inspired, in a roundabout fashion, by two songs: ‘Six Gun Gorgon Dynamo’ by the Darkest of the Hillside Thickets and ‘Daughter of the Glade’ by SJ Tucker (singing with Tricky Pixie). 

A scene which has happened in many an occult detective story over the years, for good or ill. Usually ill. 
…
Don’t trust ghosts, people. Even if they look like your Aunt Lucille and swear that no one will know it was you who burned down the garden shed.

A scene which has happened in many an occult detective story over the years, for good or ill. Usually ill. 

Don’t trust ghosts, people. Even if they look like your Aunt Lucille and swear that no one will know it was you who burned down the garden shed.

(Source: a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-t-i-c-a, via robertcmmacgregor)

colsmi:

Doctor Fate coming to the rescue of Doctor Strange, as depicted by Dennis Fujitake and printed on the back cover of 1978’s The Comics Journal #42.

colsmi:

Doctor Fate coming to the rescue of Doctor Strange, as depicted by Dennis Fujitake and printed on the back cover of 1978’s The Comics Journal #42.

pulpinspiration:

TURF WAR by moonxels
Card art for “Denizens of the Underworld,” an expansion for Call of Cthulhu: TCG by Fantasy Flight Games.

pulpinspiration:

TURF WAR by moonxels

Card art for “Denizens of the Underworld,” an expansion for Call of Cthulhu: TCG by Fantasy Flight Games.

(via notpulpcovers)

weirdletter:

The Dark Rites of Cthulhu, edited by Brian M. Sammons, April Moon Books, 2014. Cover art by Neil Baker, info: aprilmoonbooks.com.
"For centuries, students of the forbidden arts have probed the inky recesses of the spaces inbetween. Hapless mortals have invoked monstrous entities from beyond through foul magicks, incantations and rituals. When will they learn that there can be no profit nor joy to be gained through relations with the insidious old ones? These sixteen tales of depravity, sorcery and madness may offer some illumination, but ultimately there can be no salvation for those who dabble in The Dark Rites of Cthulhu. Featuring terrifying new stories by Glynn Owen Barrass, Edward M. Erdelac, John Goodrich, Scott T. Goudsward, T. E. Grau, C.J. Henderson, Tom Lynch, William Meikle, Christine Morgan, Robert M. Price, Pete Rawlik, Josh Reynolds, Brian M. Sammons, Sam Stone, Jeffrey Thomas and Don Webb and edited by Brian M. Sammons, The Dark Rites of Cthulhu shares cautionary tales set in a multiverse of jealousy, greed, desperation and naivety and is guaranteed to delight students of the Dark Arts and followers of the Great Old Ones alike."
Contents: Introduction – Brian M. Sammons  The Keeper of the Gate – William Meikle  Dead Man’s Tongue – Josh Reynolds  The Dark Horse – John Goodrich Changing of the Guard – Peter Rawlik The Murder at the Motel – Brian M. Sammons  The Grey Rite of Azathoth – Robert M. Price  The Vessel – Sam Stone  Like Comment Share – Don Webb  With Death Comes Life – Scott T. Goudsward  The Dogs – Jeffrey Thomas Of Circles and Ring – Tom Lynch Bride of the Beast – Glynn Owen Barrass  The Nest of Pain – C.J. Henderson Black Tallow – Edward M. Erdelac  The Mindhouse – Christine Morgan  The Half Made Thing – T. E. Grau

My contribution, “Dead Man’s Tongue”, features the ace investigative duo of Harley Warren and Randolph Carter, uncovering the horrible connection between a forbidden ritual, a dead man on a floor and an even dead-er man on a bed.

weirdletter:

The Dark Rites of Cthulhu, edited by Brian M. Sammons, April Moon Books, 2014. Cover art by Neil Baker, info: aprilmoonbooks.com.

"For centuries, students of the forbidden arts have probed the inky recesses of the spaces inbetween. Hapless mortals have invoked monstrous entities from beyond through foul magicks, incantations and rituals. When will they learn that there can be no profit nor joy to be gained through relations with the insidious old ones? These sixteen tales of depravity, sorcery and madness may offer some illumination, but ultimately there can be no salvation for those who dabble in The Dark Rites of Cthulhu. Featuring terrifying new stories by Glynn Owen Barrass, Edward M. Erdelac, John Goodrich, Scott T. Goudsward, T. E. Grau, C.J. Henderson, Tom Lynch, William Meikle, Christine Morgan, Robert M. Price, Pete Rawlik, Josh Reynolds, Brian M. Sammons, Sam Stone, Jeffrey Thomas and Don Webb and edited by Brian M. Sammons, The Dark Rites of Cthulhu shares cautionary tales set in a multiverse of jealousy, greed, desperation and naivety and is guaranteed to delight students of the Dark Arts and followers of the Great Old Ones alike."

Contents:
Introduction – Brian M. Sammons
The Keeper of the Gate – William Meikle
Dead Man’s Tongue – Josh Reynolds
The Dark Horse – John Goodrich
Changing of the Guard – Peter Rawlik
The Murder at the Motel – Brian M. Sammons
The Grey Rite of Azathoth – Robert M. Price
The Vessel – Sam Stone
Like Comment Share – Don Webb
With Death Comes Life – Scott T. Goudsward
The Dogs – Jeffrey Thomas
Of Circles and Ring – Tom Lynch
Bride of the Beast – Glynn Owen Barrass
The Nest of Pain – C.J. Henderson
Black Tallow – Edward M. Erdelac
The Mindhouse – Christine Morgan
The Half Made Thing – T. E. Grau

My contribution, “Dead Man’s Tongue”, features the ace investigative duo of Harley Warren and Randolph Carter, uncovering the horrible connection between a forbidden ritual, a dead man on a floor and an even dead-er man on a bed.