Darker Companions Coming Soon

I was excited this morning to see an announcement I’ve been awaiting for quite a while. The always excellent PS Publishing is just about ready to go with Darker Companions, the Ramsey Campbell tribute anthology co-edited by Scott David Aniolowski & Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Darker Companions will include my story “Meriwether,” in which a couple touring down the coast happen to stop in a small village where an unexplained festival or memorial event seems to be taking place. Contents also include offerings from a really great roster of writers, listed below.

More information can be found on PS Publishing’s order page HERE. They currently list a release date of September 2017, so it won’t be too much longer! One imagines the book will eventually be available through other outlets like Amazon, Book Depository, Barnes and Noble, Powells and other places that usually carry books from PS.

Here’s the full Table of Contents:

Introduction: Hymns from the Church in High Street by Scott David Aniolowski
Holoow by Michael Wehunt
The Long Fade into Evening by Steve Rasnic Tem
Asking Price by S.P. Miskowski
Author! Author? by John Llewellyn Probert
Meriwether by Michael Griffin
The Entertainment Arrives by Alison Littlewood
Premeditation by Marc Laidlaw
A Perfect Replica by Damien Angelica Walters
There, There by Gary McMahon
We Pass from View by Matthew M. Bartlett
Meeting the Master by Gary Fry
Saints in Gold by Kristi DeMeester
This Last Night in Sodom by Cody Goodfellow
The Whither by Kaaron Warren
Uncanny Valley by Jeffrey Thomas
The Dublin Horror by Lynda E. Rucker
The Sixth Floor by Thana Niveau
The Carcass of the Lion by Christopher Slatsky
The Granfalloon by Orrin Grey
Little Black Lamb by Adam L G Nevill

I’m very excited to be part of this one, which represents my first appearance in a PS Publishing book, as well my first time appearing alongside many of these writers. My thanks to editors Scott David Aniolowski and Joseph S. Pulver Sr. for choosing to include me.

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