After a couple of months’ convalescence and restructuring, Spectral Press is back. We are moving forward, and to that end we are letting you know about a couple of books which will be coming your way within the next two months.
First is Dan Weatherer’s third collection Neverlight: A Father Darkness Collection, available from March 31st. Featuring a varied selection of tales from this up and coming author of the darker side of life, ranging from the traditional ghost story, through to psychological studies and thence to exploring some of our darkest fears. Available in Hardback which comes with a bespoke leather bookmarker.
Are we mere puppets, a slave to the will of others?
Influence, an inescapable and unseen force exerted upon all of us. Whether coming by way of our parents or our peers, via the media or education, can we ever say that we are creatures of free will, acting according to our desires and not of those around us? Influence is the white noise that bombards our every waking moment, clouding our thought, hindering our judgement. From it, there can be no escape.
Looking beyond our world, there are those beings that dwell beneath the surface of our planet, ancient entities twisted in their resentment of our freedoms, that would mean us harm. Theirs is an influence ancient in its origin, born from evil and cruel intent. Their will presses upon us, calling out to our most primal instincts. We, oblivious, heed their call.
Containing thirty-one short stories that showcase the unmistakable voice of Dan Weatherer, here is an author fast becoming fluent in the art of dark fiction. Are you ready for Neverlight?
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This will be followed on April 16th by Spectral’s first collection of weird poetry, Songs of the Shattered World: The Broken Hymns of Hastur edited by John Allen, works inspired by Robert W. Chambers’ The King in Yellow. This chapbook is beautifully illustrated by Lyn Jenner (see below) and also comes with a bespoke leather bookmark.
“The Songs of the Shattered Earth” is a yellow laced tribute to the King who finds ruin in all things. Departing from his predecessors in the concoction of decadent ruin, this is a volume of weird poetry to be coupled with Brennan, David Park Barnitz, defying the commercialized norm.
Aubrey Beardsley and Robert W. Chambers meet in original horror once again with poets like Bruce Boston, Eric Basso, Lee Ballentine and editor John Thomas Allen.”
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