Stranger Aeons

The Domain of Horror Writer Glynn Owen Barrass

Hello and welcome to my web-page, here you will find information about my writing and editing projects. Below you can read the most recent news regarding my fiction appearances.

I began writing in late 2006, my inspirations being the writer H.P. Lovecraft and other weird fiction authors. My major writing output is Cthulhu Mythos fiction, horror, cyberpunk and some fantasy. I have written over 180 stories and 18 roleplaying game scenarios, published in the UK, the USA, France, Germany, Japan, Poland, Portugal, and Spain. As well as writing, I edit fiction anthologies and write material for the Call of Cthulhu role playing game.

21st June 2023

Weird Fiction Quarterly - Summer 2023

Featuring my short story, "The Emperor of Ice Cream."

It’s Summer and what better way to celebrate than with the latest issue of Weird Fiction Quarterly?

From the same demented gang that brought you the Winter and Spring installments, bring this new Summer edition with you to the beach, and perhaps, use it as a rolled-up weapon to hit your younger sibling AFTER you’ve read it. (This last suggestion is not endorsed by the Weird Fiction Quarterly Staff. We never advocate violence. Never. -The Editor)

Sit back and enjoy the strange stories you’ve come to expect from our writers where family vacations are a bit bloody; The Ancient Ones want blood; nature wants blood; nothing is at it seems; you can escape the heat, but it might eat you; aliens and monsters come visiting; frogs talk; we learn why we all SCREAM for ice cream, and please, please, we ask you NOT to go into the water.

Featuring flash fiction from a host of authors, including: 
Tony Bradbury, Michael Alan Carlyle, Rhys Hughes, Scott J Couturier, Dean M Drinkel, Frank Floyd, Simon Bleaken, Roger Keel, Jill Hand, Andy Joynes, Dale W Glaser, Duane Pesice, Erica Ruppert, Nora B Peevy, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy, Robert J Sodaro, Shayne Keen, Can Wiggins, Sarah Walker, Jay Sturner, John Paul Fitch, Glynn Owen Barrass – and more!
See you on the beach!


31st May 2023

Out now!

The Pickman Papers, from Innsmouth Gold.

This collection of Lovecraftian tales in a Dickensian style features my short story, The Feaster From Afar. It is about a Glaswegian detective despatched to the North Yorkshire Moors to investigate a series of grisly murders.

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It is 1826, and the august members of the Pickman Club gather for their Annual Dinner. As is usual, members are asked to share any recent strange or singular experiences with the group. And so, dinner done, the assembled gather round the fireplace as each, in turn, narrates their tale.

Here are those stories, collated by one who was there, presented for your interest and enjoyment. But be warned! The tales within reveal many disturbing secrets about our world and the things that lay beyond and, in some cases, beneath it.

Read then, if you will, of beings of the outer cosmos, and of the peculiar traditions of decaying, seaside towns. Learn of cursed family artefacts and the dangers of experimenting with exotic drugs. And hearken to the chilling reality revealed by the digging of the Thames Tunnel...

The door to the Pickman Club is open.....



THE AMAZING THOTH                               - Miguel Fliguer

THE DARK CLIFFS OF BLACK VEN         -Lee Clark Zumpe  

GOODBYE, CRUEL WORLD                     - Mike Slater

THE HUNTERS OF THE HIGHWAY         - Tim Mendees


A SINISTER INTERLUDE                           - Gavin Chappell


THE FEASTER FROM AFAR                         - Glynn Owen Barrass

THE SHADOW OVER THE SEPULCHRE  - John DeLaughter                     

SHADWELL'S TALE                                    - Russell Smeaton

THE FITZWYRM LEGACY                        - John Houlihan     

THE TRUTH ABOUT DOTHEBOYS        - Shelley de Cruz

KING OF TIDES                                         - Robert Poyton

23rd April 2023

Lovecraftiana: Vol 8, Issue 1, Walpurgisnacht 2023

I'm very proud to announce my latest fiction appearance!

St Walburga's Eve is upon us again, unleashing a riot of cacodaemoniacal horrors of art, poetry, and narrative.

Including art by:
Jim Pitts
Dean Wirth
Toe Keen

Poetry by:
TS S Fulk
GO Clark
Max Bindi

and stories by:
JM Turner
Bret Nelson
Alexander Mercant
Kieran Judge
JM Grimmsin
Laura Nettles
Benjamin DeHaan
Dean Wirth
Galen T Pickett
Maxwell I Gold
Glynn Owen Barrass
Carlton Herzog
Lee Clark Zumpe
Simon Bleaken
Oliver Smith
Sergio Palumbo
EW Farnsworth

26th February 2023

All New Weird Fiction Quarterly: Spring Issue

The second in a series of exciting new flash weird fiction. This issue features both new and established authors, all writing short tales of weirdness for your pleasure! In this issue, we turn our attention to Spring and all things that go with it. A season of growth and re-birth, but for who or what, well, you'll have to read on to see!

Writers include:
Glynn Owen Barrass • Simon Bleaken • Tony Bradbury • Michael Alan Carlyle • Scott J. Couturier • Dean M. Drinkel • John Paul Fitch • Frank Floyd • Dale W. Glaser • Jill Hand • Rhys Hughes • Andy Joynes • Chris J. Karr • Roger Keel • Shayne Keen • Nora B. Peevy • Duane Pesice • Erica Ruppert • Russell Smeaton • Robert J. Sodaro • Steve Stred • Jay Sturner • • Sarah Walker • Can Wiggins • J Edward Zuleger

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9th January 2023

TerrorVision. Stories Inspired by Cult Horror and Sci-fi Films

Curated by Raffaele Pezzella

This venerable tome includes my story "Terror at the Harriet Kingston Motel."

 is a unique blend of horror and science fiction which pays homage to some of the best movies and franchises cinematic and televisual horror history. During the course of my writing career, I have been fortunate to have worked on franchises such as The Terminator, Doctor Who, Dracula, Hellraiser and my own creations. With this in mind I believe that I can say with some authority that each of the stories present in this anthology will take you on a wild ride. The genesis of this book came from the current trend to write narratives inspired by cinema. Expanding upon the universes we only glimpse in the film’s runtime. Let’s face it, we all wanted to know more about planet LV-426 or how the machines became sentient in the Terminator universe. There are so many compelling stories to be told in these realms, far more that can be expressed in a runtime of 90 minutes or even 120. - Chris McAuley

Within this book you will find a number of excellent stories celebrating Horror films and that universe’s great directors from storytellers such as John Carpenter and Lucio Fulci to Dario Argento, Sam Raimi, David Cronenberg, Ridley Scott and more. Let me be your usher and guide you past this crimson velvet rope to the shadowy theater within. The director of this tome, Raffaele Pezzella, has carefully selected these tales to keep you up all night from vampiric cars to secret films that should never have been made. 
TerrorVision asks you to come into our world where cinema and those monsters are truly alive. - Sarah Walker

The writers:

Glynn Owen Barrass, J. Edwin Buja, John D. Chadwick, Andrew Coulthard, Claudia Christian, Mawr Gorshin, Michael F. Housel, Chris McAuley, Tim Mendees, Nora B. Peevy, Russell Smeaton, Sarah Walker.

14th December 2022

Free fiction!
This month, Shoggoth net is hosting an advent calendar of Cthulhu Mythos stories. Alongside a plethora of other tales, you can find my story "Witch House." This tale stars PI Cassandra Bane and is set in modern day Arkham. As the title suggests, it is a sequel to H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dreams in the Witch House."
I hope you enjoy it!

6th December 2022

Eldritch Tales Number 8

Edited by Robert M. Price and featuring my story "The House of the Bookworm."

It's Alive!

Welcome to the Herbert-Western revival of Eldritch Tales, the wonderful magazine founded and edited for 31 great issues by Crispin Burnham! This issue continues in the perverse and mind-blasting course set by our glorious founder! Thrill and/or chill to the horrific hijinks and Mythos mayhem from the pens of your favorite authors.  And just to make things classy, we’ve included some fine supernaturalist verse!

30th November 2022

This month I wrote an article for

Who am I?

I’ve been a fan of the Cthulhu Mythos and detective fiction since childhood, cutting my teeth on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Raymond Chandler, and Dashiell Hammett at an early age. A voracious reader of both horror and mystery, I read and reread these tales and began crafting my own to the point where many years later, as an award-winning writer with over 200 fiction publications under my belt, I feel these genres go together like they were always destined to cross. I write daily, and have a Bachelor’s Degree in Crime Scene Science. You could say crime and horror are always on my mind!


25th November 2022

Weird Fiction Quarterly: Winter 2022

Our first issue is out now!

The first in a series of exciting new flash weird fiction. This issue features both new and established authors, all writing short tales of weirdness for your pleasure! In this issue, we turn our attention to Winter and all things that go with it. Expect stories that feature ice, snow, cold and maybe even a certain jolly chap.

Writers include:

Glynn Owen Barrass • Simon Bleaken • Tony Bradbury • Michael Alan Carlyle • Scott J. Couturier • Dean M. Drinkel • John Paul Fitch • Frank Floyd • Dale W. Glaser • Jill Hand • James Harris • Andy Joynes • Chris J. Karr • Roger Keel • Shayne Keen • Charlotte Munro • Nora B. Peevy • Duane Pesice • Christopher Ropes • A.P. Sessler • Russell Smeaton • Robert J. Sodaro • Jay Sturner • R. Scott Uhls • Sarah Walker • Can Wiggins • J Edward Zuleger

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9th November 2022

Our book for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game, Doors to Darkness, has been translated into Portuguese!

Chamado de Cthulhu (7ª Edição) - Portais para as Trevas

Brian M. Sammons, Kevin Ross, Christopher Smith Adair, Brian Courtemanche, Glynn Owen Barrass, e Tom Lynch


A ideia por trás deste livro veio de várias fontes diferentes que pareciam combinar como manteiga de amendoim e geleia ou a cidadezinha de Innsmouth e sexo sem preservativo. Em primeiro lugar, muitos Guardiões parecem sempre procurar cenários “one-shot” que podem ser completados durante uma única sessão, com o mínimo de preparo e confusão possível.
Quer seja para uma aventura rápida, quando a maior parte da turma habitual não pode comparecer à sessão do jogo, ou para utilização em convenções, os cenários deste livro foram concebidos com esse objetivo em mente. Cada um pode ser normalmente concluído dentro de quatro a cinco horas.

Para deixar o livro ainda mais fácil de se “pegar e jogar” em uma maneira mais rapida e direta pronta para os Investigadores que preferem pular direto para a parte da ação em uma partida inicial de Chamado de Cthulhu, foram incluídas dez fichas de investigadores pré-construídos para promover jogos rápidos, a qualquer hora e em qualquer lugar.

31st October 2022

Coming soon and featuring my dark fantasy tale "Skyfall Forest."

Feast of Fools and Other Tales edited by R Poynton. Published by Inns Gold.

Artwork by Graveheart Designs.

28th October 2022

I am proud to announce my latest fiction appearance!

HAUS - Anthology of Haunted House stories features my detective horror story "Seventh Circle."

Edited by Jay Chakravarti and published by CultureCult

HAUS - CultureCult's anthology of Haunted House stories features 34 pieces of fiction from 33 authors around the world!

Authors featured in HAUS are:
Michael Bracken, Alyson Faye, Thomas Stewart, Andrea Ferrari Kristeller, Mark A. Fisher, Dibyasree Nandy, Warren Benedetto, David L. Repsher, M. J. McClymont, Lawrence Dagstine, Glynn Owen Barrass, Sophie Kearing, Ann S. Epstein, Raymund P. Reyes, William Allegrezza, Ursula O'Reilly, Kathleen McCluskey, Fariel Shafee, Frederick Pangbourne, N. A. Battaglia, Melanie Schmidt, Kirsti Sandy, Douglas Ford, Dawn DeBraal, Felica Picano, Harris Coverley, Arun Hariharan, R. J. Meldrum, Jacek Wilkos, Axel Kohagen, Rebecca Cuthbert, Morton Otwell Gourdneck and Astrid Egger.

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28th October 2022

My entry into the yearly Octobernomicon monster list for The Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game is now live!

This year I converted the mythical Gabriel Hounds for use in The Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition.

Stunning art by agung sycho

29th August 2022

The Fields of Night from Stygian Fox Press

This bundle contains all my Call of Cthulhu scenarios published by Stygian Fox!

Special PDF bundle price: $30.00 (Savings $25.60 (46%))


Nightmare on the Necropolis Express - A Gaslight Scenario for Call of Cthulhu

The Book of Nonterraqueous - A Modern Era Call of Cthulhu Scenario

The Darkness Over Eaglescar - A Modern Day Call of Cthulhu Scenario

Nakuko - A 1990's Scenario for Call of Cthulhu, Set in Japan

Darkness in the Void - A Sci-Fi Call of Cthulhu Scenario Set on an Alien World

Salo's Glory - A Sci-Fi Call of Cthulhu Scenario Set in Interstellar Space

The Foulness Island Vanishings - A Call of Cthulhu Scenario in the Second World War

25th June 2022

I am very proud to announce the publication of my short story: Unnatural Germination, on The Dread Machine website. This is one of my earliest tales, written some sixteen years ago, so I am very pleased to see it published. For as little as $25 a year you can subscribe to The Dread Machine and receive many member benefits including access to weekly fiction.

4th June 2022

Darkness in the Void - A Sci-Fi Call of Cthulhu Scenario set on an Alien World
I wrote this scenario for Stygian Fox. Beautifully illustrated, and now available in print from Drivethru.
The scenario is supported by 3 maps (including the map of the Pavel Sukhoi, new weapons, new skills and skill changes for use in outer space, 6 pre-gens, and two alien creatures.

27th May 2022

A Time To Harvest for Call of Cthulhu: Death and Discovery in the Vermont Hills
Now available as a print edition!

What's Inside?
First released as a six-scenario Organized Play series, A Time to Harvest is available now for the first time in a complete and updated tome. The campaign is compatible with both Call of Cthulhu and Pulp Cthulhu rules.

Into The Hills...
Set in the picturesque state of Vermont at the beginning of the 1930s, A Time to Harvest is a six-part campaign centered on the valley surrounding the sleeping town of Cobb's Corners. A wellspring of resources for the Keeper, the book includes a full suit of player handouts, maps, and details on the key locations preparing you for both the events of the campaign, as well as giving you plenty of information to write your own scenarios set in 1920s Vermont.

This campaign book is absolutely stunning! Illustrated throughout in hardcover. I'm very proud to be the co-writer on this project.

20th March 2022

Eighth Tower Records. NEW BOOK!
The Body Of Horror. Stories Inspired By The Cinema Of David Cronenberg

Featuring my story: Beyond The Ice Palace.
Also in bundle with the cd:
Stories by: Glynn Owen Barras, Sarah Walker, John Edwin Buja, Richard Alan Scott, Andrew Coulthard, John Chadwick, Michael Housel, Nora B. Peevy, Andy Paciorek, Andrew Freudenberg.
In these pages you will find beautiful, terrifying, and disturbing stories inspired by Cronenberg’s movies, stories that deal with our fears of technological advancement, disfigurement, illness, science, experimentation, physical and psychological pain, and death. These stories will thrill you, and your delight at these disturbing tales will ease the pain that you sometimes feel as a human being and remind you that life is fleeting and delicate. We hope they inspire you to find joy in being alive and when you close your eyes at night, you remember we all share the same fears.
Curated by Raffaele Pezzella
Published by Eighth Tower
Language: English
Paperback: 325 pages
Check Amazon worldwide for Kindle and hard cover versions.

6th January 2022


Generation X-ed - in dustjacket hardcover, paperback, Kindle eBook, and Audible audiobook!

Features amongst many other great tales, my story "Paper Dolls."

In a unique anthology of monster, folk, paranormal, and psychological horror as glimpsed through the lens of the latchkey generation, twenty-two voices shine a strobe light on the cultural demons that lurked in the background while they came of age in the heyday of Satanic panic and slasher flicks, milk carton missing and music television, video rentals and riot grrrls.

These Gen-X storytellers once stayed out unsupervised until the streetlights came on, and what they brought home with them will terrify you. Featuring brand new fiction from Kevin David Anderson, Glynn Owen Barrass, Matthew Barron, C.D. Brown, Matthew Chabin, L.E. Daniels, C.O. Davidson, Douglas Ford, Phil Ford, Holly Rae Garcia, Dale W. Glaser, Tim Jeffreys, Derek Austin Johnson, Eldon Litchfield, Adrian Ludens, Elaine Pascale, Erica Ruppert, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Rob Smales, Mark Towse, Thomas Vaughn, and Thomas K.S. Wake.

8th December 2021

My latest Call of Cthulhu scenario is now available from Stygian Fox Press! It is a Patreon exclusive for now, but will be available to buy at a later date.

The Book of Nonterraqueous

It was supposed to be a simple job: collect a book from a wealthy woman’s contact. Other forces covet the book, however, and the investigators find themselves in grave danger as the simple collection job becomes something far more sinister. Are their lives and sanity worth the price of completing the task? Will they betray the woman who hired them or stay
loyal throughout the sinister events?

This Modern Era, 7th edition Call of Cthulhu scenario takes place in Boston. The investigation can be completed with no combat, making it suitable for a single player, although up to four could play without adjusting the scenario’s difficulty. It can be completed in a single session.

24th October 2021

The Beyond. Stories Inspired By The Lucio Fulci Death Trilogy!

This book features an all new Cassandra Bane detective story: ‘Terror at the Harriet Kingston Motel”

Available as paperback, hardcover, and in bundle with the compilation cd.

From the publisher:

This is the second volume by Eighth Tower Publications, in a series of anthologies revolving around genre writers and artists who set the parameters and frameworks of the kind of tales that we prefer to read (the first volume was dedicated to HP Lovecraft). Here you will find another varied selection of interpretations inspired by the Gates of Hell film trilogy by the Italian legendary director Lucio Fulci.

Stories by: B. E. Dantalion, Glynn Owen Barras, Sarah Walker, John Edwin Buja, Richard Alan Scott, Andrew Coulthard, John Chadwick, David Voyles, Michael Housel, David Agranoff, Anthony Trevino, Nora B. Peevy. Illustrations by John Chadwick

Book and CD




Also available in bundle with the first volume of the dark series "The Black Stone. Stories For Lovecraftian Summonings"

9th October 2021

My entry to this year's Octobernomicon, an entity from Mexican folklore written up for Call of Cthulhu.

“The strangest of all the phantasms described is, perhaps, the Yohualtepoztli, literally, ” the night hatchet or axe.” It manifested itself by causing loud intermittent sounds resembling those produced by the blows of an axe in splitting wood. These ominous sounds were audible at dead of night in the mountains, and inspired terror, for they were said to be illusions produced by Tezcatlipoca in order to frighten and mock those who were out in the dark.” .

– Zelia Nuttall, A Note on Ancient Mexican Folk-Lore

Yohualtepoztli art by saptarahita

26th September 2021

A Time to Harvest
Death and Discovery in the Vermont Hills!
So thrilled to see this released! Written by Brian M. Sammons and myself, with Mike Mason and Lynne Hardy.
In 1929, a student died during an expedition in the Vermont Hills. One year later, the Miskatonic University sent another team on the same expedition…
It's time to harvest.
Set in the picturesque state of Vermont at the beginning of the 1930s, A Time to Harvest is a six part campaign, compatible with both Call of Cthulhu and Pulp Cthulhu rules.
First released as a six-scenario Organized Play series that Chaosium ran as part of its Cult of Chaos organised play program in 2016, A Time to Harvest is available now for the first time in a complete and updated tome.
A Time to Harvest is also available in PDF at DriveThruRPG.

22nd September 2021

I'm very proud to announce my next fiction appearance, in the Japanese language magazine Nightland Quarterly, vol 26.
A pagan-themed issue, it includes the Japanese translation of my story set in Roman Britain: "Everything Ends at Raven's Rock."
Horror & dark fantasy magazine "Nightland Quarterly" for visionaries.
Includes fiction by Seabury Quinn, Gustav Meyrink, Lisa Hannett, Peter Rawlik, Junko Mase, and Yuji Shio. In addition, it's full of essays, book guides, etc., including an interview with Nobuaki Takerube.

31st August 2021

I'm so thrilled about my next fiction appearance! My story "Earth Mother," will be appearing in Dreaming the Goddess, edited by Karen Dales. All the stories in this anthology are about different Goddesses from around the world. It will hopefully be available by Hallowe'en. Pre-order details soon.
Cover Art by Mary Ancilla Martinez

16th May 2021

I am very proud my story “The Blind King of Bythesea Manor” appears in this anthology.

Y: A Stygian Fox anthology concerning the terrifying King in Yellow.

Edited by Simon Brake. Stories by Glynn Owen Barrass, Alison Cybe, Adam Gauntlett, Helen Gould, John Linwood Grant, Orrin Grey, and Tom Pleasant.

The King in Yellow was unleashed upon the world at the end of the nineteenth century. In the real world Robert W. Chambers wrote the book of short stories, published in 1895, whilst according to that work of fiction an unknown author had a maddening play of the same name published that same year. What then ultimately is the King in Yellow, the king whom emperors have served, who has no love for the fancy trappings of crowns and fine robes, instead remaining hidden behind a pale mask and tattered robes?

Here are seven new short stories, seven authors taking the opportunity to set the stage according to their own vision and bringing to life terrible nightmares that hint at the terrible darkness that lurks behind the mask that is not a mask.

Quiet now, for the show is about to begin...

8th May 2021

My latest fiction appearance! I am very proud my story “The Innsmouth Girl” appears in this anthology.

N: A Stygian Fox Anthology Concerning the Outer God Nyarlathotep.

Edited by Simon Brake,  with work by Glynn Owen Barrass, Tim Curran, Adam Gauntlett, John Linwood Grant, John Houlihan, Eyglo Karlsdottir, Jo Kreil, Jeffrey Thomas and Rhian Waller.


4th May 2021

Darkness in the Void - A Sci-Fi Call of Cthulhu Scenario Set on an Alien World

My latest Call of Cthulhu scenario!

Darkness in the Void

Set in the near future, Darkness in the Void is a short scenario for use with 7th edition Call of Cthulhu™. This scenario is suitable for three to six players and can be completed in two nights. Humanity has explored much of the Solar System and has now set its sights on the mysteries that lie beyond.

26th March 2021

I am proud to announce my latest fiction appearance!

"The Black Stone. Stories For Lovecraftian Summonings," is a book of 27 stories inspired to the cosmic horror in the Lovecraft's narrative. It is published by Eight Tower Records, and edited by Raffaele Pezzella. The book also includes an accompanying music CD!

It features my story “Jonathan Nash,” a mystery tale of the Cthulhu Mythos.

From the publisher:

I'm extremely glad and excited to share with you the FIRST BOOK PUBLICATION FROM EIGHTH TOWER.

After the cd compilation tribute to H.P. Lovecraft,  I curated "The Black Stone. Stories For Lovecraftian Summonings", a book of 27 stories inspired by the cosmic horror in Lovecraft's narrative.

I'm honored that many of the best international dark fiction writers participated in the project. To all of you my infinite gratitude:

Ramsey Campbell, Brian M. Sammons, Glynn Owen Barrass, Lucy A. Snyder, Elizabeth Black, Chris Kelso, Andrew Coulthard, Stephen Mark Rainey, Kevin Lewis, Richard Alan Scott, Russell Smeaton, John Buja, Brent Millis, David Agranoff, Pete Rawlik, Brian C. Short, Michael Housel, John Chadwick, David Voyles, Konstantine Paradias, Edward Morris, Parry Milton, Phil Breach, Garrett Cook, Andrew Freudenberg, Love Kölle, Sarah Walker.

To curate this anthology was an exciting and meaningful experience on both the cultural and human sides. I'm honored to have you among my friends and hope we'll have many other projects like this together over time.

The book is available on the main Amazon platforms in both paper and Kindle formats:

Or in bundle with the cd music compilation via Bandcamp:

5th February 2021

This magazine was actually released in 2017! I just discovered that now however.

Strange Detective Stories #7, featuring "Redemption," a story by myself and Ron Shiflet.

Published by Rainfall Books - the most prolific publisher of weird fiction of the modern age.

30th January 2021

Lovecraftiana: The Magazine of Eldritch Horror. Candlemas 2020 by Rogue Planet Press

Featuring my story “Acceleratrix.”

Cthulhuvian thrills from the latter day heirs of the Lovecraftian legacy!

Featuring stories, poetry and art by:

Josef Desade

Oliver Smith

Francis Erdman

Glynn Owen Barrass

David A Riley

Matthew Stern

G Large

Bryn Fortey

Matt Spencer

Dean Wirth

Steven J. Alvarez

Matthew Wilson

Michael Balleti

James Toeken

24th January 2021

Flashing Swords! 6

Get out your trusty broadsword and your masculinity, and return with us to the glory days of old-time Sword & Sorcery fiction. Sure, it's not "fine literature," but, faced with a giant snake or an evil wizard, who'd you rather have at your side: the Great Gatsby or Conan the Cimmerian? This anthology, a revival of Lin Carter's celebrated Flashing Swords! series, sets forth new adventures of worthies including Thongor of Lemuria, Varla of Valkarth, Elak of Atlantis, the mighty Hercules, and others. You'll thrill to the exploits and to the inspired writing, worthy of the Nemedian Chronicles!

Our authors include Lin Carter, Pierre Comtois, Glenn Owen Barrass, Steve Lines, Robert M. Price, Glenn Usher, and others -- plus a Graphic Novella by Clayton Hinkle featuring Tonga of Lost Lemuria.

The first edition of this anthology was retracted and never properly released. This is a new, thoroughly reworked edition from a new publisher -- and of course much, much better!


"Flashing Words" Introduction by Robert M. Price

"A Prince of Mars" by Lin Carter & Robert M. Price

"Curse of the White Witch" by Wayne Judge

"Bellico and the Tower of Mouths" by Richard Toogood

"Immortals of Lemuria" by Robert M. Price

"The Vanishing Conjurer" by Glynn Owen Barrass

"World of the Black Sun" by Pierre V. Comtois

"Boscastle and the Swamp Enchantress" by Jason Ross Cummings

"Varla and the Mad Magician" by Steve Lines & Glen M. Usher

"Hercules versus the Cyclops" by Santiago del Dardano Turann

"Tonga of Lemuria" by Clayton L. Hinkle



1st January 2021

Lovecraftiana: The Magazine of Eldritch Horror (4 book series), from Rogue Planet Press.

Fiction, poetry and art, the complete run of Lovecraftiana magazine from 2016 to 2020 is now available from Amazon in four volumes.

A bargain at $5.20/£3.84 for all the Kindle editions!

Volume 4 (2019-20) features my story “Eternity,” a tale of snowbound horror inspired by The Donner Party event and H.P. Lovecraft’s “At the Mountains of Madness.”

Another knuckle-whitening rollercoaster ride of thrills from the latter day heirs of the Lovecraftian legacy.