All new tales of Cumbrian horror inspired by H.P Lovecraft's legendary Cthulhu mythos!
Cumbrian Cthulhu Volume Three
Nine stories of Lakeland Lovecraft by new writers, accompanied by the... More > beautifully grotesque illustrations of Andy Paciorek. Features part two of Richard W Straw's epic 'Langdale & Pike' trilogy!
All profits from book sales will be donated to the Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Association (LDSAMRA)
Cumbrian Cthulhu writers, artists and contributors have kindly given their work for free.< Less
Welcome to the third issue of Schlock! Bi-Monthly, containing another selection of the best stories to feature on Schlock! Webzine (www.schlock.co.uk), covering themes as horrific as cannibalism,... More > joblessness, and faithlessness, featuring old monsters and new.< Less
The Horror Fields: The Morpheus Tales Rural Horror Special Issue, edited by Matt Leyshon. Featuring: Untouchable By Rosalie Parker, Figures in a Landscape By John Coulthart, Bluehill Gang By Don... More > Webb, Where the Marshes Meet the Sea By Edward Pearce, Live Bait Works Best By Murphy Edwards and Brian Rosenberger, Across the Water By James Everington, Bus Routes Through the Sticks By Richard Farren Barber, The Rocking Stone By Ian Hunter, A Remembrance of the Strange By Justin Aryiku, Stale Air By Rhys Hughes. You will never look at an empty field with such terror.< Less
First off I would like to thank all the people who have shown support for my artwork - Nathan J.D.L. Rowark at Horrified Press - and to all the fantastic writers out there (like the ones contained... More > within). Without them, this book would not have been possible. Also, a big thank you to the most important people in my life. They've had to put up with so much over the years - my beautiful wife Amanda and my beautiful children, Hayley and Steven. Without them, God knows where I'd be.
Art has always been a major part of my life - from watching Star Wars as a youngster to my admiration for classic heavy metal album covers.
I hope you enjoy the stories and the art pieces in this book as much as I enjoyed painting them.
All the best
Stephen Cooney< Less
For thousands of years, ancient vampire lords ruled the Night. Their queen, the coldly beautiful, immortal, and all-powerful Lilith, ruled them distantly, ignoring their squabbles over territory and... More > victims. Then came Vlad the Impaler, once history’s most bloodthirsty fiend, now reanimated as an undead creature of the Night. Facing the vampire legions of the brutish Vardalekos, the loathsome Viy, the diabolical Jhiang-Shi, the monstrous Mmbyu, the cunning Erlik, and the seductive Nycea, Vlad Dracula seeks out allies, be they undead or lycanthropic or mortal.
You’ve read Bram Stoker’s “Dracula”. Now see how Vlad the Impaler fought and struggled to become Dracula, the King-Vampire. A part of THE LEGEND OF DRACULA trilogy, this book is a collection of twenty short stories about the infamous Count and his undead legions as he strives for the ultimate goal—the throne of the supreme King of the Vampires!< Less