Issue #30 – April 2014

Issue cover by Adam Baker - http://www.thinkbaker.com/ - click to enlarge

Issue cover by Adam Baker – http://www.thinkbaker.com/ – click to enlarge

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to Issue #30
by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Cthulhu Does Stuff #9
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson

Echoes from Cthulhu’s Crypt, #7
a monthly column by Robert M. Price

The Queen’s Speech (poem)
by Ann K. Schwader

O Skies Above O Earth Below I Love The Best
by Jayaprakash Sathyamurthy

The First Act
by Pete Rawlik

The Masks of Hastur
by Rick Lai

Stairsie
by Tom Lynch

No Mask to Conceal Her Voice
by Michael Griffin

The Yellow Sign
by Robert W. Chambers

KINDLE & NOOK

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PODCAST

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PRINT

Buy the print edition of issue #30 here.

CREDITS

Publisher: Mike Davis
Editor: Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover: Adam Baker
Graphic design: Leslie Harker
Website version: Raven Daegmorgan
Story Illustrations: Nikos Alteri, Nick Gucker, Dominic Black, Dave Felton, Jerry Boucher, Greg Chapman, Jason Wren, Mike Dominic
Story Readers: Douglas Wynne, Kim Smeltzer, Julia Morgan, David Binks, Vincent LaRosa, Mark Robinson, Chaz Engan
Line Editor: David Binks, Adrian Chamberlin

The Yellow Sign sigil used in this issue and on the cover is copyright Kevin Ross. Used with permission.

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3 responses to “Issue #30 – April 2014

  1. Great collection of stories and authors. “The Masks of Hastur” and “No Mask to Conceal Her Voice” are the two best stories and had me hooked from beginning to end.

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