Autumn Cthulhu Coming in April

Editor and Publisher Mike Davis of Lovecraft eZine has announced that the much-anticipated, long-awaited anthology AUTUMN CTHULHU will be released in April. Because this was a successful Kickstarter, the first 563 would-be readers have already purchased their copy, but if you didn’t pledge the fundraiser and want a copy, you should be able to pre-order soon.

And because Mike will be in San Pedro for the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival April 29 through May 1, I’m guessing copies of the book will be available there (where you could get signatures from a few of the writers with stories in the book) if not sooner. Can’t wait!

Here’s another look at the cover:

Autumn Cthulhu cover

Here’s the ORIGINAL Table of Contents, before the successful Kickstarter stretch goals which added stories by Robert Levy, Orrin Grey and S.P. Miskowski:

Andy Kaufman Creeping Through the Trees – Laird Barron
There is a Bear in the Woods – Nadia Bulkin
Anchor – John Langan
The Stiles of Palemarsh – Richard Gavin
The Night is a Sea – Scott Thomas
In the Spaces Where You Once Lived – Damien Angelica Walters
Trick or the Other Thing – Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
Grave Goods – Gemma Files
After the Fall – Jeffrey Thomas
A Shadow Passing – Daniel Mills
Lavinia in Autumn – Ann K. Schwader
Memories of the Fall – Pete Rawlik
The Smoke Lodge – Michael Griffin
The End of the Season – Trent Kollodge
The Black Azalea – Wendy Wagner
Cul-De-Sac Virus – Evan Dicken

I can’t wait to see the finished product, and to check out everyone’s stories. Congratulations to Mike Davis for putting together a great book and a successful fundraiser, and also thanks for letting me be part of it.

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