Tag Archives: Jesse Bullington

Letters to Lovecraft: a review

letterstolovecraftcoverAnd here’s the first review of the Letters to Lovecraft anthology edited by Jesse Bullington and published by Stone Skin Press.

I have a story in it called “Only the Dead and the Moonstruck”, and there are also excellent tales by
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Letters to Lovecraft: A billet-doux from Stone Skin Press

Stone Skin Press have announced a new anthology – and a teasing tantalising portion of the ToC – Letters to Lovecraft.

The stories all take Old Sad Face’s seminal essay “Supernatural Horror in Literature” as their starting point. ‘The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of
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The Sad Tale Drive-by: Jesse Bullington

As well as being possessed of an impressive moustache and a shoulder ferret, Jesse Bullington is also in possession of a prodigious writing talent. His debut novel from Orbit, The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart, sent two nutters off
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Mammals Underfoot! An Interview by Jeff VanderMeer! Excessive Use of "!" by Me!

Let’s try this again (after yesterday’s premature effort!) …

Jeff VanderMeer interviews some emerging authors, of whom I am apparently one, at the wonderful Clarkesworld. There’s also the gravy boat of awesome in the many and varied forms of Jesse Bullington, N.K. Jemisin, Tessa Kum, Meghan McCarron, Shweta Narayan, Jeremy C. Shipp and Genevieve Valentine. Huzzah!

“Every once in awhile, it’s good for a fool
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