“The King in Yellow Tales” (Volume I) Table of Contents

Coming soon: THE KING IN YELLOW TALES, VOLUME I, by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Have you seen the Yellow Sign?

For a decade and a half Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. has been writing poetic tales based upon Robert W. Chambers’ King in Yellow. Collected within this substantial volume of madness, murder, and spectral tragedy, are tales of Carcosa, the characters that inhabit the KIY Play, and Chambers’ cosmic horror. Pulver’s tales strictly adhere to Chambers’ core ideas and themes, and they retain all the mystery of Chambers originals. Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. has been acclaimed by many notable editors, writers, and reviewers, as the contemporary heir to Robert W. Chambers’ King in Yellow.

We’ve been working hard on this volume, and it should be available in less than two weeks.  It will be available in print and for Kindle.

Table of Contents

Introduction by Rick Lai

A Line of Questions

Choosing

The “Carl Lee & Cassilda” Trilogy: Carl Lee & Cassilda, An American Tango Ending in Madness, Hello Is a Yellow Kiss

The Last Few Nights In A Life Of Frost (Original “unpublished” version)

Chasing Shadows

Last Year in Carcosa

An Engagement of Hearts

Cordelia’s Song (Previously unpublished)

Saint Nicholas Hall

A Spider In the Distance

Under the Mask Another Mask

Epilogue For Two Voices

Yvrain’s “Black Dancers”

The Songs Cassilda Shall Sing, Where Flap the Tatters of the King

The Sky Will Not Fall (Previously unpublished)

Tark Left Santiago

Marks and Scars and Flags

Long-Stemmed Ghost Words

In This Desert Even the Air Burns

Perfect Grace

My Mirage

Mother Stands For Comfort

A Cold Yellow Moon (by Edward R. Morris Jr. and Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.)

Afterword by Pete Rawlik

4 responses to ““The King in Yellow Tales” (Volume I) Table of Contents

  1. Reblogged this on RetroGrade A and commented:
    Nice-looking volume, due out soon. I might have to pick one up, seeing as how I have all of Joe’s other books.
    Noir horror with a backbeat and some swing. Cannot recommend higly enough.

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