Monday, October 7, 2019

The Weird of Hali: Arkham


The Weird of  Hali: Arkham
by John Michael Greer

ISBN-13: 978-1-945810-39-8
Trade paperback: 259 pages
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches

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The Stars Are Right At Last...


Twenty years have passed since the ancient war between the Great Old Ones and their bitter enemies swept Owen Merrill away from the world he thought he inhabited. As a seventh-degree initiate in the Starry Wisdom Church, he knows that the time is close when Great Cthulhu will awaken in his temple-tomb in drowned R’lyeh and end that war once and for all. Neither he nor any of the servants of the Great Old Ones is prepared, however, for the last desperate counterstroke of the Radiance—the unleashing of the Color out of Space, an alien form of matter that can end all life on Earth.

As the final conflict looms, Owen flings himself on a last desperate quest to stop the descent of the Color out of Space. His journey will take him from the ruins of a New Jersey college town to a long-forgotten stair descending into a Virginia graveyard, and then to the Dreamlands and beyond. Helping him are a renegade Radiance negation team commander, a sorcerer out of archaic legend, the youngest of the Great Old Ones, and his own witch-daughter Asenath, but against him stands the massed might of the Radiance, a being of the outer voids summoned by the enemies of the Great Old Ones, and the Color out of Space itself...

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

The Dream Hunt and Other Tales


The Dream Hunt and Other Tales
by Catherine McGuire

ISBN-13: 978-1-945810-37-4
Trade paperback: 393 pages
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches

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The Dream Hunt and Other Tales is Catherine McGuire's first collection of short fiction featuring science fiction stories taking place in a resource-depleted future. It is a future peopled with new societies that took shape after the end of the age of fossil fuels -- a deindustrial age. 

As McGuire writes in the introduction: 

"Here you will find young women who are asking themselves how they fit in their society, and suspecting it’s not where the elders want them to be. You will find older women who see the patterns and wonder if it has to be so. You will see different perspectives on the re-localization of our society; as fossil fuels become unavailable, our world will become smaller, and that will have both benefits and drawbacks. You’ll find young people willing to look where their elders say there is nothing to see. And often, they discover that love helps smooth the bumps, whatever they are. And I hope you will see that human nature is amazingly resilient and recognizable through time. We will always have fear; we will always have courage. And we will never avoid conflict, both inner and outer."