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Ankh, Scarab

Happy Birthday HPL: "The Perplexity from a Place Abroad" is up!

As promised yesterday, editor Ross Lockhart’s The Book of Cthulhu website is celebrating the Bard of Providence’s 124th birthday with a brand new round-robin tale of eldritch terror.

Entitled “The Perplexity from a Place Abroad,” it features six segments by Rand Burgess, Brian Evenson, Alistair Rennie, Kyle Muntz, Amanda Downum . . . and me.

As I type this, segment #3 – mine – has just gone live. All segments are available on the site throughout the day (and afterwards, I suspect), so check in whenever you can.

As for me, I don’t know how this puppy ends, either – so I’ll definitely be checking back as things progress!
Ankh, Scarab

a round-robin birthday celebration for H.P. Lovecraft

H.P. Lovecraft turns 124 tomorrow. (I know, he doesn’t seem a day over 120 . . . gotta love that Innsmouth look.)

Got any plans to celebrate?

If you’re still in the planning stages, why not check out editor Ross Lockhart’s The Book of Cthulhu site? Rumor has it that a brand new round-robin inspired by the Old Gent himself will be posted tomorrow, at the rate of one section per hour.

And, yes, one of those sections is by Yours Truly.

Join in the serial celebration!

New website! New feature!

Due to the impending demise of my current author's website, my Webmaster (read: spousal unit) has been working on its replacement for some time now . . . and it's finally live.    Go here if you're curious. 

Those who have actually visited my former site (which is still up, for the time being) won't notice too many changes, though I do like the overall design better.  There is one new feature on my haiku page: a photo haiga, which I hope to change at least seasonally.     The one currently on display is slightly speculative, with the photo itself contributed by Spousal Unit.