First Episode w/ LWS as the co host, it’s all about black books, black stones, mad germans and eating keyboards. buy Zak A Fergison’s book ‘Eat Your Keyboard’.
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Episode 602: Nyarlathotep, Ancient Egypt, & Patience by DGC
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This episode we talk of barbarian kings and the land they ruled, also a cool book from Stoneskin Press.
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Whoa Momma! Mother Hydra, the origins of her name is part one, part two is ‘weird shadows over innsmouth’ published by Fedogan & Bremer, and edited by Stephen Jones. Some really great stories in that one. Third and final section is a reading of “The Discarded Draft of The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. Thank you for listening.
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Sorry about the delay, I’ve had computer issues and health issues. It’s hard to record w/o a computer or mic & it’s hard to edit while sick and recovering from a serious ear infection.
This episode we talk about Hastur, Ambrose Bierce & Don Swaim’s book about Ambrose Bierce.
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This is a tale of self
discovery destruction and selfishness. This is the story of a damaged mind dealing with truth, this is about running away from your problems. It’s about not knowing who you are. It’s about thinking you’re the hero, when in reality you aren’t really doing anything then stroking your own ego. It feels like a story of mid twenties self-crisis.
As Black Hole was about teen dread, this feels like it’s about twenties self-crisis and not knowing your way in the world or knowing how you fit in the adult world, possibly fear of responsibility.
This trilogy is about birth, life, death(just look at the covers). Doug wakes knowing he’ll never remember what was about to happen… A juxtaposition of strange dreamscapes & mundane reality. This is symbolism galore, but not in a bad way. Just in a heavy handed way, much like Black Hole. The “dream world” oddly feels more real, and the “real world” feels like an anxiety dream. It’s a good story, I do feel like there is something missing storywise, but I can’t tell you what it is. It all makes glad I am no longer in my twenties and dealing with self-obsessed art art school types. The folk in the “real world” remind me of the parts of me I despise from my youth and the people I avoid in my older years, plus the head injury parts hits a little too close to home.
I really enjoy Charles Burns’ illustration style, it always reminds me of Shin-hanaga(新版画) woodcuts and photos of the Pacific Northwest in the late 70s-early eighties. The color and type in this series are great, and really do a great job of informing the tone and assisting the narrative of the story. If you like this type of comic book, you’ll like this comic book. If you have to hunt down a good bookstore to find a comic book you like, this is a comic for you. If you listen to my recommendations, then I recommend this.
I give it 4.5 K large spotted eggs out of 5K large spotted eggs. I really enjoyed it, but I feel it was lacking enough weirdness for me. I highly recommend it.
X’ed Out, The Hive & Sugar Skull will be bundled as a trilogy, I guess will be available Oct 04, 2016 as a paperback. Check out their publisher’s website.
This collection brings together the first four BLACKSTONE Erotica books:RED MONOLITH FRENZY, GREEN FEVER DREAM, Summonings: Anicka & Kamiland Summonings: Yvette’s Interview in the order in which the story occurs. Follow a novice Priestess of the Black Stone as she calls up prehistoric sex-gods in the mountains of Eastern Europe, gathers power and partners in the glitzy dungeons of London’s BDSM scene, and mates with monsters in subterranean chambers of lust and horror! Learn the backstory of her friends, lovers, and enemies! This volume also contains excerpts from Blackstone Book 3, Yellow Sign Bound and Orgy in the Valley of the Lust Larvae PLUS a special essay from the author on the weird-erotica writing experience.
-Martian Migraine Press
This is some fine literary smut. Published by Martian Migraine Press and written by Justine Geoffrey(not Justin Geoffrey of People of the Monolith fame). A collection of Erotica set in the shared Cthulhu Mythos of HP LOvecraft, Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, etc… Cultists, otherworldly “Demons”, sex dungeons, fish fuckers, human bodily fluids mixing with otherly world ichor and other such things.
It seems partially set in the town in the Czech republic where Robert E. Howard’s ‘The Black Stone’ took place. It’s like Robert E. Howard & Penthouse Letters meet through a Flesh World ad and got together in a hotel room for a long weekend, only stopping to write and consume foodstuffs and other substances.
While not recommended for everyone, do read this if you like your mythos w/ a bit of slap and tickle. If Fendogan & Bremer ever publish “Weirdest Shadows Over Innsmouth” they should include Green Fever Dream. The closest thing I can compare this to is reading the Xothic Legend Cycle from Chaosium and the Delta of Venus with a fever, and unknowingly vacillating between the two. Only Warning, this isn’t very vanilla.
Episode 51 is about a small press horror journal, a punk film from the 1980s and the second half of the Tale of Rhan-Tegoth
I love horror anthologies…
I read about 2 a month for the podcast, I also love books edited by Robert M Price. This is a double win for me, this is a collection of some of my favorite mythos authors. Price not only edits the book, provides a wonderful intro, but he also introduces each story, and passes on some knowledge about the Mythos. I also love the illustrated insets for this book(awesome job Tim Kirk).
If you love the Cthulhu Mythos as much as I do, and want to expand your reading base from just HP Lovecraft and other old timers, then I suggest you pick up this book and become acquainted with the newer authors of this myth cycle.