My guest today is Nate Pedersen, editor of The Starry Wisdom Library! Watch the show LIVE today at 6:00pm Eastern time (5pm Central, 3pm Pacific), at this link.
As usual, we’ll be giving books away to live viewers: one print copy of The Starry Wisdom Library, and one print copy (and several Kindle copies) of Red Equinox, a wonderful Lovecraftian novel published this past Friday.
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UPDATE: Here is the archived edition of the show:
Scholars and book collectors across the country have long pondered the intended fate of the infamous collection of rare occult books left to rot in the Church of Starry Wisdom in Providence, Rhode Island, after the Starry Wisdom cult dispersed to parts unknown in the late 19th century.
The recent, shocking discovery of a previously unknown book auction catalogue issued in 1877 offers insight into the myriad mysteries of the cult. Entitled “Catalogue of the Occult Library of the Recently Disbanded Church of Starry Wisdom of Providence, Rhode Island,” and issued by the notorious Arkham firm Pent & Serenade, the catalogue reveals the long-suspected fact that the Church intended to sell its library to finance its removal from Providence.
“Cleverly plotted, with engaging characters and wonderful Lovecraftian touches, the book reveals Douglas Wynne a true acolyte of Eldritch Horror!” –W. H. Pugmire, author of The Strange Dark One
“Douglas Wynne has done what countless authors have tried–and most have failed–to do; he’s brought Lovecraft into the modern world. And he’s done it in such a plausible and unsettling way, you’ll wonder what lurks just beyond the understanding of man and you’ll fear the coming of darkness. A love letter to Lovecraft, no fan of the Mythos should let this one pass them by.” –Brett J. Talley, author of That Which Should Not Be
“No Lovecraft fan–or horror fan for that matter–should miss this one! Philosophical and creepy…I enjoyed it immensely.” –Mike Davis, The Lovecraft eZine
“Douglas Wynne has accomplished a rare feat in Red Equinox. He has written a thrilling action-adventure story while at the same time melding it with hints–and more than hints–of chilling Lovecraftian cosmicism. Vivid characters, a keen sense of place, and a cleverly executed plot contribute to making Red Equinox one of the more notable novels in the Lovecraftian tradition.” –S. T. Joshi