The “Autumn Cthulhu” Kickstarter is LIVE

The Autumn Cthulhu Kickstarter went live 30 hours ago, and it’s already 64% funded!

Autumn Cthulhu is an upcoming anthology published by Lovecraft eZine Press, featuring tales of cosmic horror in an autumnal setting. There are some great rewards for backers, including this cool Autumn Cthulhu coin, some incredible Sara Bardi prints (story illustrations), an alternate cover edition, and more. Check out all of the rewards here.

What I’m most excited about, though, are the stories in this anthology. Laird Barron told me that he thinks that Andy Kaufman Creeping Through the Trees is “one of the best things I’ve done,” and I agree with him. I loved Anchor, a novella by John Langan. And In the Spaces Where You Once Lived, by Damien Angelica Walters, and There is a Bear in the Woods, by Nadia Bulkin, and… hell, I love every story in this book. That’s why I’m publishing them. This is exactly the kind of weird fiction and cosmic horror that I love to read.

Check out the Kickstarter here — I need your help to get this project up and running!

Here’s the table of contents:

Andy Kaufman Creeping Through the Trees, Laird Barron
There is a Bear in the Woods, Nadia Bulkin
Anchor, John Langan
The Stiles of Palemarsh, Richard Gavin
The Night is a Sea, Scott Thomas
In the Spaces Where You Once Lived, Damien Angelica Walters
Trick or the Other Thing, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
Grave Goods, Gemma Files
After the Fall, Jeffrey Thomas
A Shadow Passing, Daniel Mills
Lavinia in Autumn, Ann K. Schwader
Memories of the Fall, Pete Rawlik
The Smoke Lodge, Michael Griffin
The End of the Season, Trent Kollodge
The Black Azalea, Wendy Wagner
Cul-De-Sac Virus, Evan Dicken

And before you go, here’s some great Autumn Cthulhu promotional art by Honza PÁNEK:

6 responses to “The “Autumn Cthulhu” Kickstarter is LIVE

  1. Mike,
    I’m excited about this book, as I’ve not read anything Cthulhu-inspired in quite some time. I’ve heard your interviews over the past few years, and I this tome will sit well alongside other Lovecraftian books of horror.

    Cheers,
    Joe

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