Two reasons for this post.
First is to list my work for Innsmouth Free Press. It’s not all reviews of Cthulhu Mythos related material or even all fiction.
Second, apart from sheer egomania and to create a reference list of my work there, to get you to check out the great material already available there now and in the future. And by great material, I’m talking about everybody there.
I’ve already ordered my copy of their forthcoming anthology Sword and Mythos.
And I will definitely be ordering The Nickronomicon, a collection of Mythos stories from Nick Mamatas. He already has given us “That of Which We Speak When We Speak of the Unspeakable” from the Ellen Datlow anthology Lovecraft Unbound, “Inky, Blinky, Pinky, Nyarlathotep” from Innsmouth Free Press’ own Future Lovecraft, and “Wuji” from Robin D. Laws’ anthology Shotguns v. Cthulhu. He’s a mad scientist, a literary gene splicer whose hybrids are far more vigorous than they should be.
And you can still get issues of Innsmouth Magazine there.
Review of Menial: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction, eds. Kelly Jennings and Shay Darrach.
Review of Black Wings II: New Tales of Lovecraftian Horror, ed. S. T. Joshi.
Article on CBS Radio Mystery Theater.
Review of Armored, ed. John Joseph Adams.
Review of Letters to James F. Morton, H. P. Lovecraft and edited by David E. Schultz and S. T. Joshi.
Review of Mountain Man, Keith C. Blackmore.
Review of Whispers in Darkness: Lovecraftian Erotica, ed. J. Blackmore.
Review of King Death, Paul Finch.
Review of Technicolor Ultra Mall, Ryan Oakley.
Review of The Wolverton Bible, ed. Monte Wolverton.
Review of Shotguns v. Cthulhu: Double-Barrelled Action in the Horrific World of H.P. Lovecraft, ed. Robin D. Laws.
Review of The Weird Western Adventures of Haakon Jones, Aaron B. Larson.
Review of Hellifax (Mountain Man 3), Keith C. Blackmore.
Review of Cthulhu Cymraeg: Lovecraftian Tales From Wales, ed. Mark Howard Jones.
Review of Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth, ed. Stephen Jones.