Eldritch Tales Vol. 2, No. 6, edited by Robert M. Price. Trade paperback with color covers and interior artwork by Allen Koszowski.
Lovecraft famously declared (at least for the sake of his story, “The Picture in the House”) that true connoisseurs of horror would be best advised to look for it in backwoods New England. Well, naturally we here at Eldritch Tales fully subscribe to the doctrine of HPL’s infallibility, but we must admit we think this issue is just as good a place to look (though along about midnight, as you shiver and shudder under your bed sheets, you may wish you hadn’t!).
Okay, that’s a lot of bluster, but it is true that the contents of our stories do demonstrate that horror is to be found pretty much anyplace: in the seemingly placid suburbs, in far-off realms of the fantastic, in a sleepy reservoir, in someone’s garage, in a professorial office. Horror can be found anywhere humans can be found. Just look at the news—but Eldritch Tales is loads more entertaining!
All this in special “Jumbo-Double-Sized-Perfect-Bound” issue!
Table of Contents
“The Eldritch Lair” by Robert M. Price
“Egregore” by Loretto Taylor
“Voyeur” by William C. Rasmusson
“The room in the hotel.” by Mark Weatherill
“Into a Moonlit Sea” by Hector R. Laureano
“The Morning of the Magicians”by Glynn Owen Barrass
“A Night at the Arkham Reservoir” by Jeremiah Dylan Cook
“Dream Hackers” by Maxwell Gold
“Pets” by Pierre Comtois
“The Book of Udon” by Larry Brasington
“Jacob” by Hector R. Laureano
“MirrorrorriM” by Forrest Aguirre
The Monstrous Artwork of Allen Koszowski
3 Poems by Chad Hensley