Stranger Aeons

The Domain of Horror Writer Glynn Owen Barrass

16th October 2013

Tales of the Talisman Volume 9, Issue 1 - features my story Ascension Wake, third part of a sci-fi fantasy trilogy that started with Portal (Tales of the Talisman 8.1). Also features work by Simon BleakenCJ Henderson, many more, and edited by David Lee Summers.

5th October 2013

My cyberpunk Cthulhu Mythos tale 'Cali' appears in this, the latest issue of Night Land, Japan's premier weird fiction magazine.
Also features: "Magdala Amygdala" by Lucy Snyder, "The Nightingale" by Simon Strantzas, "Sadistic Little Girls" by Matt Leyshon,"Cold Desires" by Brian M. Sammons,"Deadline" by Richard Matheson and "The Faceless City" by Ken Asamatsu.

23rd August 2013

Now available from Chaosium, and featuring my story Phallus Incarnate!

Available from all good book and hobby stores!

Undead & Unbound celebrates those who have returned from the grave — in all their glory and in whatever form they take. You will find the famous blood-drinkers and flesh eaters here, but also ghosts, patched-together reanimates, fiends of myth and folklore, and some not-so-easily-identifiable creatures from beyond the grave.Nineteen tales take the undead to their limits. From the distant past to the far-flung future, and to all corners of the Earth, the undead are eternal and everywhere: symbiotes, parasites, monster mash-ups and ghoulish grins, bleak tales of inescapable dread, an ancient evil from a far-away land with unspeakable dietary needs, a boy and his…well, it’s not a dog. History is brought to (un)life. Ghosts, specters, phantoms and haunts of every sort. Not-so-easily-classifiable stories that do new things with the basic premise of what’s alive, what’s dead, and what’s neither.

 And yes, you lovers of all things zombie—fear-not, for your favorite flesh eaters are here but, thankfully, not exactly as you would expect them.

 Undead & Unbound celebrates all things from beyond the grave, the different, and no matter how old the bones, new life can always be found.

 Selected and edited by Brian M. Sammons and David Conyers. Cover art by Steven Gilberts. 288 pages. Trade Paperback.


ISBN-10: 1568823681

ISBN-13: 9781568823683


The Tales Included:

Blind Item by Cody Goodfellow

Dead Baby Keychain Blues by Gary McMahon

A Personal Apocalypse by Mercedes M. Yardley

The Unexpected by Mark Allan Gunnells

Incarnate by David Dunwoody

Marionettes by Robert Neilson

Undead Night of the Undeadest Undead by C.J. Henderson

I Am Legion by Robert M. Price

When Dark Things Sleep by Damien Walters Grintalis

Descanse En Paz by William Meikle

Thunder in Old Kilpatrick by Gustavo Bondoni

Phallus Incarnate by Glynn Owen Barrass

Wreckers by Tom Lynch

Scavenger by Oscar Rios

In the House of Millions of Years by John Goodrich

Romero 2.0 by Brian M. Sammons and David Conyers

Mother Blood by Scott David Aniolowski

The Unforgiving Court by David Schembri

North of the Arctic Circle by Peter Rawlik

10th August 2013

Clerics, Charlatans and Cultists, an anthology featuring my story The City of Pestilence.
Available now from Amazon!
"From the dark recesses of churches, forested sanctuaries, and unremarkable storefronts come a wide of assortment of characters looking to recruit you into their particular doctrines. From a deific duck, to a poison swilling monk, and down to a cult of pestilence, the variety of stories found in "Clerics, Charlatans, and Cultists" makes this a compelling anthology to have on your bookshelf – digital or print.
Gothic City Press delves into the darker side of faith with a collection of short stories from authors in the United States, Ireland, United Kingdom, and Australia.

25th July 2013

It's here! Fungi #21 is now official on sale! Features amongst other great stuff my King in Yellow tale 'The Patchwork Men.'

Press release:

On the heels of 2011's successful issue #20 comes Fungi #21, celebrating 30 years of publication!
Timed to coincide with NecronomiCon to be held over the weekend of August 24, Fungi #21 will be the best and easily the biggest issue yet clocking in at 420 pages!
This issue's cover features a classic painting by none other than Murray Tinkelman, master fantasist and western artist
Fully illustrated, every page is bursting with the best fiction and non-fiction from authors across the United States and the United Kingdom including special spotlights on Richard F. Searight and West Coast authors Richard Matheson, William F. Nolan, Charles Beaumont and many others.
Fungi #21 also features a new interview and fiction from Twilight Zone writer and creator of the long running Waltons' television program, Earl Hamner, Jr.!

On sale now at, Barnes &, or, Fungi's release is timed to debut at NecronomiCon to be held in Providence, RI where it will serve to cast the spotlight on a thriving small press industry.

For more information about Fungi #21 visit us at

15th June 2013

My latest fiction appearance. 'Big Boss,' by myself and Ron Shiflet appears in Night Land magazine No. 6, the Japanese language magazine from Trident House. Also features work by Joe Lansdale, Derek Gunn, William Meikle, Ken Asamatsu, Ramsey Campbell, Matthew Carpenter and others. Awesome cover by artist Daniele Serra. Beautiful art for our story by the talented Hideki Tagawa.

5th March 2013

On release this month from Trident House:
Night Land 5, Japanese Language Cthulhu Mythos magazine.

“Electric Eye” by Laurel Halbany
“Disconnected” by Brian M. Sammons
“Fleshworld” by Glynn Owen Barrass
“Boojum” by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette
“The Coffin-Maker's Daughter” by Angela Slatter
“The Unspeakable Betrothal” by Robert Bloch
“The Faceless City #5” by Ken Asamatsu
Awesome cover art by Daniele Serra

10th January 2012

Here is the cover art for my latest edited anthology, Atomic Age Cthulhu, painted by the very talented David Lee Ingersoll. The book is due from Chaosium and edited by myself and Brian M Sammons.

Table of Contents:

“Bad Reception” by Jeffrey Thomas
“Fallout” by Sam Stone
“Little Curly” by Neil Baker
...“It Came to Modesto” by Ed Erdelac
“The Terror That Came to Dounreay” by William Meikle
“The Romero Transference” by Josh Reynolds
“Within the Image of the Divine” by Bear Weiter
“Names on the Black List” by Robert Price
“Yellow is the Color of the Future” by Jason Andrew
“Eldritch Lunch” by Adam Bolivar
“Professor Patriot and the Doom that Came to Niceville” by Christine Morgan
“Fears Realized” by Tom Lynch
“Unamerican” by Cody Goodfellow
“The Preserved Ones” by Christopher M. Geeson
“Rose-Colored Glasses” by Michael Szymanski
“Day the Music Died” by Charles Christian
“Putnam’s Monster” by Scott T. Goudsward
“Operation Switch” by Peter Rawlik
“The End of the Golden Age” by Brian M. Sammons & Glynn Owen Barrass

1st January 2013

This the cover art for the Punktown roleplaying game, based on the worlds of author Jeffrey Thomas and for use with the Call of Cthulhu and BRP systems. I am very proud to be contributing a scenario to this book, published soon by Miskatonic River Press.

Jeffrey Thomas and his works, learn more here: